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By Paige Webb Allison Webb is a fourth-grade elementary school teacher. She has been teaching for a total of 18
By Kenzie Joachimi Freshman Keanne Savage is a young mother majoring in speech pathology at Oakland. She hopes to work
By Michael Gifford Gillian Gifford is currently finishing her senior year of undergraduate studies at Oakland University. She will be
Overcoming Mental Illness By Lexi Bays Mackenzie Joachimi is a Sophomore at Oakland University majoring in Communication. She is originally
A Fall 2019 cohort of students in Elementary Education, with an Early Childhood Concentration, completed their last course, EC 3330.
By Jeremy Curtis The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion specializes in promoting diversity, as well as the creation of
By Layla Saad I was born in Michigan. My parents were born in Lebanon. Being born and raised in Rochester
Katie Valley created a poster to capture her interview with Kaitlyn Radoicic in a media design class in the Journalism
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