On Thursday, for the first time, the Oakland University Board of Trustees held their second meeting of the academic school year at OU’s Anton/Frankel Center in downtown Mount Clemens.
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On Sept. 12, students were given the opportunity to tour one of six campaign busses, used by Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney.
Looking to create an event celebrating student’s completing the necessary credits to become a sophomore after one academic year, the got 28 campaign hosted the celebrate 28 event Sept. 7, in the Oakland Center.
The agreement will provide across-the-board pay increases, merit pay adjustments and benefit restructuring and will be effective until Aug. 2015
With the beginning of the school year looming Sept. 4, The American Association of University Professors and Oakland University have extended the 2009 faculty contracts for a sixth time, after both sides failed to reach an agreement by the Aug. 28 deadline. The two sides have agreed to extend the current contract until Thursday at midnight.
With 11 days remaining before the start of the fall semester, the American Association of University Professors and Oakland University have extended the 2009 faculty contracts for the fifth time, after both sides failed to reach an agreement by a 5 p.m. Friday deadline. The two sides agreed to extend the contract until Tuesday, Aug. 28 at midnight.
With only 12 days remaining before the start of the fall semester, the American Association of University Professors and Oakland University have extended the 2009 faculty contracts for the fourth time after both sides failed to reach an agreement by a midnight Thursday deadline.
The American Association of University Professors and Oakland University were shut out of the bargaining room today after the state-appointed mediator was unable to meet with both sides because of a scheduling conflict.
The 2009 agreement, which was set to expire on Aug. 15, was extended by 48 hours as both sides continue their bargaining efforts.
On Aug. 2, Oakland University submitted their initial economic package to the AAUP. The package included, but was not limited to, cutting teacher’s summer pay by 25 percent, eliminating all across-the-board pay raises and a “drastic” cut in health insurance coverage.
Going green has become a core goal for the General Motors Orion Assembly plant recently. The plant announced on June 18 they had partnered with DTE Energy to turn an empty 2.1 acres of land on the plant’s property into a solar panel array. It will send all the energy it produces back to DTE [...]
In November 2009, the General Motors Orion Assembly Plant, which set an industry record for most continuous operation without a lost workday, was forced to shut down. For 18 months, the plant sat idle while 2,600 workers including body shop team leader Brad Glende, were forced to look elsewhere for work.
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The Supreme Court upheld the prevision requiring state and local officers to check a persons immigration status while enforcing other laws if “reasonable suspicion” exists that the person in question is an illegal alien.
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With the current teachers’ union, American Association of University Professors (AAUP) and the Oakland University teacher contract expiring Aug. 15, discussions have begun over a new three-year teacher contract.
Simply for taking a breath of air as you read this article, the U.S. government would like to force you to buy a service.
Board of Trustees approves $74M building with an emphasis on laboratory facilities, modern classrooms
TOMS has become famous for their “One for One” business model, in which TOMS gives one pair of shoes to a child in need for every pair of shoes sold.
Starting on July 1, Michigan drivers can expect to pay an additional $30 per vehicle for auto insurance. The current Michigan Catastrophic Claim Association charge is $145 but will be raised to $175 until June 30, 2013, when a new premium has to be set.