By Sheryl Ruszkiewicz* I was first diagnosed with Alopecia areata at the beginning of fifth grade, right before picture day.
Overcoming Mental Illness By Lexi Bays Mackenzie Joachimi is a Sophomore at Oakland University majoring in Communication. She is originally
By Trevor Tyle This story was previously published in the Oakland Post on Sept. 18, 2019. OU alum hopes for
DJ Terry interviewed Oakland University then-senior, Simon Albaugh, about his experience living with bipolar disorder and how it shows up
Living with Crohn’s: Not all health issues are visible By Nicole Morsfield Prom and graduation parties are on the agenda of
Journalism major Marcella Banner on ADD and ADHD – they “are disabling mental health conditions that can ultimately make one
Katerina Mihailidis tells the incredible story* of Jesse Jones, a veteran combat medic currently attending Oakland University. KM: Jesse Jones
Emily Lackey and Andrew Dimmer interviewed Dory Jolin for a writing assignment. Dory’s story speaks of resilience and healing in