Time for another class exercise with six-word stories to reflect on diversity and identity. Understanding. Curious. Passionate. Believer. Loving. Brazilian.
By Robert Kilgore Run, run, run… Run. This is the life of Mackenzie Hill. She is a super senior who
By Natalie Pusta Naomi Forgaciu is a project manager at WABCO. She spends most of her time leading various projects
A Fall 2019 cohort of students in Elementary Education, with an Early Childhood Concentration, completed their last course, EC 3330.
By Eileen LeValley Jada Martin is a full-time student at Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan. Jada has been living on
Hannah Lewis spoke to Dr. Alison Powell about gender and academia. HL: A person’s identity is something that defines who
Katie Valley created a poster to capture her interview with Kaitlyn Radoicic in a media design class in the Journalism
Taylor McDaniel interviewed Dr. Linda Bzhetaj, Special Instructor of Sociology at Oakland, about gender, immigration, and graduate school. What was
Daniel Moen was born in Muntinlupa, Manila, Philippines in 1988 and grew up in Washington Township, a small town outside
Undergraduate nursing students reflect on diversity in six words. Brown skin boy. White family. Loved. Girls compete. Women uplift one