By Sarah Hill A large, majestic house on a 10-acre plot of land in Rochester Hills, Michigan, is where Laura
By Adam Conigliaro In Southeast Michigan, a biracial American man faces discrimination from his extended family for his skin pigmentation.
By Page Gardner Vanessa Rodriguez showed me around her home, pointing at different decor and specifying, “this is Mexican,” “this
By Allan Bush My immigration story isn’t so much my own, but my mother’s. She and her family fled Iraq
By Hadeel Al-Daoud Natalie Safadi, a former Oakland University student who graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Occupational Safety and
By Layla Saad I was born in Michigan. My parents were born in Lebanon. Being born and raised in Rochester
Page Gardner interviewed alumnus Noah Hubbard, who grew up in a low-income household, with his mother supporting three children after
Three Oakland University students describe their families. Interviewed by fellow classmates in a journalism class in the Fall 2018 semester,