OU Dance Concerts Spotlight Work of Students, Faculty and Guest Artists

At 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 3, Oakland Dance Theatre and Oakland University Repertory Dance Company will give the first of four performances showcasing the work of OU’s dance students during the fall 2015 semester. The dancers will present works choreographed by OU dance faculty and guest artists Stephanie Martinez and Teresa Muller, as well a piece by Pascal Merighi (sponsored by The Judd Family Endowed Foundation), which was set on OU dancers studying German Contemporary Dance in Berlin … [Read more...]

Michigan’s First Diverging Diamond Interchange Coming to University and I-75

If it’s spring, it must be construction season. The much used I-75 and University Drive junction in Auburn Hills is undergoing construction to create the state’s first Diverging Diamond Interchange (DDI). Anyone who travels this stretch of road knows how badly it has deteriorated—especially the bridge—thanks to years of heavy use. A DDI is “designed to increase capacity, decrease congestion, and minimize new construction costs.” It differs from traditional intersections because it … [Read more...]

The 3rd Annual Rochester Writers’ Conference, Oct 2 at Oakland University

Rochester, Michigan – Local writers, authors, and educators will be presenting a variety of workshops, lectures, and panel discussions at the Third Annual Rochester Writers’ Conference on Saturday, October 2, 2010 at the Oakland University campus. "The Creative Writer" “The ongoing success of the conference proves the need for this kind of professional development in the Greater Rochester Area,” states Michael Dwyer, founder and organizer of the event.  Dwyer, freelance writer and speaker, … [Read more...]