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Morrison achieves instant success as paralympic athlete

It didn’t take long for Rachael Morrison of Farmington Hills to become an international star in para-athletic competition.

Since becoming involved in the sport a year ago, she has set and re-set world records for the F51 discus and club throw and is considered a favorite to win a world championship in October. 768 more words


Glads spikers show improvement at Okemos quad

OKEMOS – After a struggle in a home quad on Monday, Fowlerville coach Michelle Hardenbrook put her team to work on Tuesday.

“We didn’t work on our hitting,” she said. 408 more words


Eccentric-area prep roundup

Girls golf

BLOOMFIELD HILLS 157, TROY ATHENS 183: Bloomfield Hills opened OAA White Division play against Troy Athens Tuesday at The Heathers in Bloomfield Hills. Junior captain Abbey Pierce led the Black Hawks with a round of 35. 922 more words


ISE graduate begins career at the Disney World

By Stephanie Sokol for OUSECS

Kimmy Romstad is using her Industrial and Systems Engineering background to help things run smoothly at the “happiest place on earth.” 586 more words

Oakland University

Four Years Later

With school starting up again and not having to actually go back, I’ve been reflecting on my back-to-school feelings over the past years.

I think the weirdest thing is where I was four years ago. 500 more words


Kettering, Michigan Tech Top Graduates' Salary List

HOUGHTON — Michigan Technological University ranks first among public universities in Michigan for the mid-career salaries earned by its graduates.

In Payscale.com’s latest College Salary Report, Michigan Tech also ranked 13th nationwide for mid-career salaries of graduates of public universities and 20th in the nation for mid-career engineering salaries. 401 more words


Ghosts: Appearances of the Dead & Cultural Transformation

How have apparitions of the dead appeared in Western culture over the centuries? How has that appearance changed? Why has that appearance changed? These are the questions Ronald C. 606 more words