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Trestle Trek event a success despite conditions

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To the naked eye, it probably appeared to be cold and miserable outside.

But despite battling through the elements to finish, it appeared that the 330-plus participants were pleased during the inaugural Trestle Trek Half Marathon, 10K, 5K at the Wadhams to Avoca Trail. 445 more words

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The inside scoop on becoming an ice cream entrepreneur

“Essentially we were failing at everything we tried to do,” says Jerry Greenfield.

The year was 1978 and with failed aspirations of attending med school after graduating from Oberlin College and childhood best friend Ben Cohen in tow, the two set out to “do something fun and make ice cream.” 422 more words

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The problem

Despite the crazy fans and historical rivalries that make the college basketball setting unique and different than the NBA, the sport has received much criticism lately for its low-scoring and slow-paced games. 875 more words

Cranbrook tankers make it back-to-back state titles

Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Kingswood had never won a boys swimming state championship until last year. Now the Cranes have two.

Cranbrook easily vaulted to its second straight Division 3 crown March 14 at Oakland University by scoring 430 points – a whopping 133 more points than it scored last year. 393 more words

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Marist offers Walnut Hills 2015 combo guard MaCio Teague

Marist is the latest offer for Walnut Hills senior combo guard MaCio Teague, according to Walnut Hills coach Ricardo Hill.

Teague, named Associated Press Division I first-team all-district last week, averaged 25.7 points, 7.4 rebounds, 1.8 assists and 1.8 steals this past season for the Eagles (19-6). 22 more words

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The Detroit Fortress comes to Oakland University's Art Gallery

Have you heard of the Fortress Studio in Detroit?

Fortress Studios is an art center located in Detroit, MI. Along with the studio showcasing art work, the studio is also a place where people can live for a low cost.   216 more words

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Featured: Grace Waller

Oakland University senior Grace Waller just finished her final season as a member of the swim team.

She is a four-time Horizon League champion and spent the last year working as a sideline reporter for ESPN3. 23 more words