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- Transforming Student Work-Study into Micro-Internshipsby Kenn Dixon On any given day at Oakwood University, you will find students on mobile devices, laptops, and desktop computers not for the latest social media video meme, but in search of campus internship and jobs (micro-internships). Yes, job searching without their parents nagging, assisting, or demanding. Oakwood University’s ... read more
- Oakwood Farms updateProgress is being made along Adventist Boulevard (across from the main entrance to the campus) in the construction of the Oakwood Farms Market facility, where people will be able to buy fresh fruits and veggies.Officials want the venue to be not only be a great place to purchase local ... read more
- Oakwood Faculty Member to Collaborate on Humanities Unbounded Initiativeby Kathryn Kennedy, Trinity College of Arts & Sciences, Duke University Dr. Eva Michelle Wheeler, ’05 , Associate Professor of English & Foreign Languages, is one of six visiting scholars representing liberal arts institutions, historically black colleges and universities (HBCU), and Durham Technical Community College, who will collaborate with faculty at ... read more
- Oakwoodites Help Celebrate JuneteenthJuneteenth is an annual recognition of June 19, 1865, when slaves in Texas discovered they had been freed by the Emancipation Proclamation two years earlier. The proclamation said: “The people of Texas are informed that, in accordance with a proclamation from the Executive of the United States, all slaves ... read more
- The Humble Beginnings of Garland MiletThe Southern Pacific Railroad operated the Del Monte passenger train between San Francisco and Monterey, California , between 1889 and 1971. A sleeping car operated briefly over the 125-mile route beginning in 1926. After World War II , the Del Monte pulled a mail car , three or four coaches , a news-agent coach serving light snacks, and a parlor car .Oliver Millet worked as a parlor car ... read more