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Township Board appoints John Giannangeli to vacant Trustee seat. Will the real John Giannangeli please stand up?

At the April 22nd Township Board meeting, the Board unanimously appointed John Gianngelli to the vacant seat created by the resignation of Trustee McKay.  There were 15 potential candidates.   801 more words

Oakland Township

GRCC In the News, 4-24-14

Actors’ Theatre, criticized by two GRCC trustees for controversial plays, stops receiving college funding

April 24, 2014; MLive

GRAND RAPIDS, MI – Actors’ Theatre, a community theater group housed at Grand Rapids Community College, announced Wednesday it will no longer receive funding from the college. 243 more words

Community

The Penn Stater Daily --- April 23, 2014

ICYMI, Brian Cuban: Here’s the best piece from Penn State student media I’ve read this week: a profile of Brian Cuban ’83, a “recovered anorexic, alcoholic, drug addict, and bulimic” who is working to raise awareness by telling his story. 257 more words

Alumni

Election shakes up Board of Trustees

By Tim Kaiser, Editor-in-Chief

The SCC Board of Trustees has one new member thanks to the election on April 8. Pamela Cilek ousted incumbent Robert Proost, while racking up the most votes of any candidate. 293 more words

SCC

GRCC In the News, 4-22-14

GRCC turns down economic development initiatives that would cost $1.1 million in property tax revenue

April 21, 2014; MLive

GRAND RAPIDS, MI – Citing budgetary concerns, Grand Rapids Community College on Monday opted out of two economic development initiatives in Gaines and Byron townships that would capture property taxes that otherwise would go to the college. 105 more words

GRCC In The News

Project Linus Supporters Step Up Over the Weekend

The AJSA Board of Trustees received a special Easter present this weekend from two generous donors contributing to the efforts with Project Linus to be held at the 2014 National Classic. 53 more words

AJSA

Safety Before Leadership

The following is a guest blog submitted by a Chatham alumna who, for understandable reasons given what you are about to read, has chosen to remain anonymous. 842 more words

Alumnae