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    Beloved Michigan brand offers exclusive promotions, celebrating menu items where the Olga’s story began

    WHO: Families and individuals are invited to celebrate Olga’s Kitchen’s 50th Anniversary this September.

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  2. Headshots at Busted Bra Shop

    Join us January 21 at Busted Bra Shop for an evening of networking, refreshments and the opportunity to update your professional headshot.

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  3. Sterling Insurance Group wins $10,000 for Veterans

    Serving Those Who Served Our Country – Vets Returning Home Awarded $10,000

    Thanks to the communities’ support, Vets Returning Home, a nonprofit and non-government funded organization dedicated to helping veterans transition into stable lives, was officially awarded a $10,000 donation from Sterling Heights-based Sterling Insurance Group through the 2019 Safeco Insurance® Make More Happen Awards.

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  4. MSHDA extends another six million for Step Forward program

    The Michigan State Housing Development Authority, (MSHDA), has released an additional $6mil for down payment assistance. $15,000 per transaction, with no repayment required. 

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  5. NEW Location: HealthMarkets – Troy – Eric Zawicki Agency

    HealthMarkets Makes It Easy to SHOP for Health Insurance and Medicare Plans!

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  6. OU Named a Top LGBTQ-Friendly University

    Affordable Colleges Online has just recognized Oakland University as one of its Most LGBTQ-Friendly Colleges of 2018 in a newly released ranking. On the list of this year’s schools, OU is ranked No. 14 in the country. Read the rest of this entry »

  7. Oakland University to share LGBTQ pride at Ferndale, Motor City festivals

    Representatives from Oakland University will be participating in two of Michigan’s largest LGBTQIA festivals – Ferndale Pride and Motor City Pride – during the month of June as part of the Out on Campus Initiative.

    “The Gender and Sexuality Center (GSC) is incredibly pleased to continue our partnership with Undergraduate Admissions on the Out on Campus Initiative by taking part in Pride Festivals around the Metro Detroit area for the second consecutive year,” said Grace Wojcik, coordinator of the GSC at OU. Read the rest of this entry »

  8. Oakland University expands LGBTQIA awareness, education efforts with ‘Pride Month’

    Oakland University’s Pride Week, which celebrates OU’s diversity in sexual orientation and gender identity, is expanding this year to include a full month of events and activities developed to raise awareness, promote education and foster a sense of community on campus.

    “The Gender and Sexuality Center is excited to expand Pride Week into Pride Month to offer students, staff and faculty more opportunities for learning about and celebrating the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer, questioning and asexual (LGBTQIA) community at Oakland University,” said Grace Wojcik, coordinator of the GSC.

    OU’s Pride Month activities will kick off on Monday, March 12 and continue through Thursday, April 12. Read the rest of this entry »

  9. Chemical Bank Excited to be Co-Title Sponsor of Detroit Marathon

    Please see attached press release. Thank you!

  10. Oakland University ranked as most LGBTQ-friendly campus in Michigan

    Oakland University has been ranked as the most LGBTQ-friendly campus in the state of Michigan by the Campus Pride Index, which rates both colleges and universities using a five-star system.

    “I am honored an inspired to be part of an organization that is so deeply committed to ensuring a diverse, welcoming and collaborative environment,” said Oakland University President Ora Pescovitz. “I am also enthusiastic about working with everyone on campus to maintain and grow OU’s status as a place where everyone can feel safe and comfortable.” Read the rest of this entry »