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May 2013

Monday, May 27
Oakland University: Student's 'Hot for Teacher' essay was harassment (Free Press)
Oakland University defends student's suspension, asks for suit to be dismissed (Free Press)
"Hot for Teacher" Essay Puts Student and University in Legal Battle (CBS Detroit)
Oakland University: 'Hot for Teacher' essay was harassment (Oakland Press)
Teens face long odds in the competitive job market (Oakland Press)


Thursday, May 16
Bellingham Bells Add 3rd Player from Oakland (Our Sports Central)
Bells add two more players to 2013 roster (The Bellingham Herald)
No Sex Talk Allowed: What's wrong with the Obama administration's definition of sexual harassment (Democratic Underground)
Moody's assigns A1 rating to Oakland University (Finanzen.net)

Wednesday, May 15
PROLIM Corporation President Receives "Leaders & Innovator Award" (Business News Articles)
New provost named at Oakland University (Free Press)
OU appoints former Wayne State music chair to senior VP, provost position (Crain's)
FEV, Inc. Announces Winners of 2013 FEV Powertrain Development Award (Spi World News)

Tuesday, May 14
2013 Annual OEM-Supplier Study Shows Automaker's Lack of Focus has Stalled Improvements in Supplier Relations (The Telegraph)
Laneway Festival Detroit Lineup Announced, Clues for Laneway 2014? (Tone Deaf)

Monday, May 13
Proud to represent his rich Indian heritage abroad (The New Indian Express)
Sears Holdings names Jeff Balagna executive vice president and chief information officer (International Supermarket News)
Will U-M's next president make $1 million? New survey shows compensation rose 4.7% nationwide (Free Press)
U-M, MSU presidents rank among nation's highest paid (Detroit News)
Ferris State to raise tuition 2.2% (Free Press)
O'Connor: College graduates getting a B.A. in IOUs (Detroit News)
The college bubble finally bursts (Detroit News)
Tips for job-seeking college grads (Detroit News)

Sunday, May 12
Cutting Down Student Debt (Wall Street Journal)
Sorry, College Grads, I Probably Won't Hire You (Wall Street Journal)

Thursday, May 9
Greg Kampe sees better schedule, competition on Horizon for Oakland (Free Press)
Wednesday's college basketball roundup: Oakland coach Greg Kampe says it's time to 'step up' (Detroit News)
Oakland University's future the subject of Horizon League conferences (Oakland Press)
Business briefing May 8: Home health care provider receives loan from Mercantile Capital Corporation; OU presents issues for healthcare providers (Oakland Press)

Wednesday, May 8
Gap year lets grads taste life (USA Today)
Graduates, Your Ambition Is the Problem (Wall Street Journal)

Tuesday, May 7
Oakland jumping to Horizon today? (Oakland Press)
OU's Snyder, VP of student affairs, retires after 19 years (Crain's)
Auburn Hills Chamber of Commerce hosting 'Skeet & Meet' skeet-shooting, networking event (Oakland Press)
Progressive colleges work to resolve the student debt problem (Detroit News)
Oakland University to join Horizon League in fall of 2013 (Sports Illustrated)
Oakland joining Horizon League (ESPN)
Oakland U. leaving Summit League, will join Horizon League this year (Washington Post)
Horizon League adds Oakland (USA Today)
Oakland officially joins the Horizon (Detroit News)
Trustees approve move to Horizon (Free Press)
Board approves Oakland University's move to Horizon League (Oakland Press)

Monday, May 6
Lawrence Tech signs agreement with Chinese University (Oakland Press)
Grand Valley State opens outreach center in downtown Detroit (Detroit News)
Colleges Cut Prices by Providing More Financial Aid (Wall Street Journal)

Friday, May 3
Sexual abuse survivor shares story to inspire (Keloland TV)
Oakland U. golfer gets holes-in-one on two straight par-threes (Free Press)
Avondale/OU Lab will open up seats to students from other districts (Oakland Press)

Tuesday, May 2
As Professors Become Brands, B-Schools Lose a Lock on Them  (Wall Street Journal)
Business Schools Know How You Think, but How Do You Feel? (Wall Street Journal)
No answer to the call button: Nursing shortage looms in Michigan  (Bridge)

Wednesday, May 1
Miss Michigan visits Trenton, celebrates gas station grand opening (Trenton-Gross Ile Patch)
Saving the planet: Attorney helps balance environmental concerns with needs of society (Legal News)
University offers tuition discount to U.S. students (Oakland Press)
MSU's deferred enrollment policy frustrates some students (Detroit News)
Students take aim at assaults on campuses (USA Today)