By Jessica Orlando You might know Dr. Angineh Djavadghazaryans from taking German at Oakland University or being involved in the
By Sheryl Ruszkiewicz* I was first diagnosed with Alopecia areata at the beginning of fifth grade, right before picture day.
By Adina Schneeweis When did you realize your race? It is not terribly difficult to think about moments when we
Jada Martin interviewed visiting professor of journalism Katherine Roff. Coincidentally, both Jada’s story and Kate’s story have both been previously
By Jordan Jewell Born and raised in Taiwan, Chiaoning Su moved to the United States to purse her master’s and
At a recent conversation between faculty from different disciplines, the group took just a few words to answer two questions:
By Adina Schneeweis Over coffee with my new friend Kate Roff one Tuesday morning, I learned about Peace News, “the
Taylor McDaniel interviewed Dr. Linda Bzhetaj, Special Instructor of Sociology at Oakland, about gender, immigration, and graduate school. What was