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Grant-writing class benefits community

Writing and rhetoric students are reaching out to the local community using their newfound skills in grant writing.

In Dr. Driscoll’s WRT370 class, students are partnering up with local nonprofits to construct an application for a grant approval. 320 more words

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A career in Hynd's sight

President Hynd. PHOTO/ERIKA BARKER

Oakland University President Dr. George Hynd spoke to the Psi Chi Honor Society about his research, background research and experiences in the psychology field. 393 more words

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Stealing the Show

Next time you attend an Oakland University basketball game, keep an eye out for senior Marissa Wintermantle.

She won’t be easy to miss, defying gravity, flying through the air. 993 more words

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More Than a Fantasy

The economy is falling apart, my rent is overdue and I have a test that I need to study for. Yet as I pace back and fourth in my room the only thing on my mind is if I should start Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers or Seattle quarterback Matt Hasselbeck. 720 more words

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Making a Special Difference

 Smoking, drinking and gambling is what you will find any given weekday night at Main Street

Billiards in downtown Rochester. As players go through the ups and… 694 more words

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Gov't Mule: Last of a Dying Breed?

You may not be able to tell by listening to pop radio, but rock and roll is alive and well thanks to Gov’t Mule.

Unless you are tuned in to the local classic rock station, it is rare to hear the kind of soulful guitar sound made popular long ago by the likes of Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix and Led Zeppelin. 1,031 more words

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Larry Wright Waiting to Break Out

By TOM MURPHY JR.

Senior Reporter

 

Last season as a sophomore, Saginaw native Larry Wright was a rising basketball star in the Big East Conference. Playing for the St. 685 more words

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