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March 2014

Monday, March 31
   Oakland University Film Festival Set for this Weekend (Broadway World)
   Trauma and Triumph (Hour Detroit)
   Take Part In The American Heart Association Heart Chase (WWJ)
   30th annual film festival will explore themes of female empowerment through music (Noodls)

Sunday, March 30
   Ambiguity in dating is confusing long-term relationships (

Saturday, March 29
   Pinball Expo returns to Oakland University April 3-6 (Oakland Press)

Friday, March 28
   Rochester band Blue Mountain Belle releases debut EP (Oakland Press)
   SABEW honors biz news, Michiganers land MAB awards, and more recognition for pubcasters (
   Oakland Youth Orchestras auditions (Oakland Press)
   ‘Wizard' of Oz history to speak at OU for 75th anniversary (Oakland Press)

Wednesday, March 26
   Jewish Ensemble Theatre performs ʻThe Diary of Anne Frankʼ (C&G News)
   OUCARES" Family Fun Day (Oakland Press)
   Itʼs Not a Skills Gap (Automation World)

Tuesday, March 25
   OU awarded $50,000 for robotics program (Daily Tribune)
   Alicia Smith serves as moderator for Anti-Bullying Workshop at Hope United Methodist Church (WXYZ)

Monday, March 24
   Oakland University delights with musical “Sweet Charity” (Oakland Press)
   Schuette defends gay marriage appeal as he begins re-election drive (Detroit News)
   Mom designs interactive chair covers (WXYZ)

Sunday, March 23
   Student and doctor who saved him after crash reconnect to form deep friendship (Detroit News)

Saturday, March 22
   Meadow Brook Theatre's FALLING Raises Money for OUCARES Tonight (Broadway World)

Friday, March 21
   Rescuer, crash survivor reconnect years after life-changing car accident (WDIV)
   Beaumont, Oakwood, Botsford may merge (C&G Newspapers)
   CEO: Affordable Care Act A Factor, Not Overriding Issue For Hospital Merger Consideration (CBS-Detroit)
   Beaumont to merge with Oakwood, Botsford (Oakland Press)
   Oakland County hospitals use heart technology to save lives (Oakland Press)

Thursday, March 20
   Troops ready for war with Russia, local Ukrainian leader says (Macomb Daily)
   OU students use their knowledge to help Panama farmers gain foothold in coffee business (Oakland Press)
   Donation boosts OU's industrial robotics and automation programs (Metro Mode)

Monday, March 17
   Marijuana activists prepare for new campaigns in Michigan cities, including East Lansing (Lansing State Journal)

Friday, March 14
   OU School of Engineering and Computer Science recipient of $50,000 gift (Automation Alley)

Thursday, March 13
   Oakland's Travis Bader an Internet sensation after heady play (Free Press)
   Kevyn Orr Makes Columnist Think Of Nazi War Criminal Adolf Eichmann (Deadline Detroit)
   Joiner offered opportunity to compete for NCAA Division I program (C&G Newspapers)
   Stress Disorder Could Qualify For Medical Pot (Monroe Daily News)
   TEDx Conference comes to OU March 15 (Oakland County 115)
   Empirical Bioscience to Increase Annual Production of MeanGreen Reagents to Meet Customer PCR Demand (PR Web)

Wednesday, March 12
   Broadway hit ‘brings it’ to the Plaza Theatre (What's Up Pub)
   “The Love Doctor” to be among speakers at OU’s TEDx talks (Oakland Press)
   UDM's Adam Bedell signs with Columbus Crew in MLS (Free Press)
   Champions of a new ʻHorizonʼ (C&G Newspapers)

Tuesday, March 11
   OU experts say U.S. can't stop Putin in Crimea (PUB)

Thursday, March 6
   Thursday's golf roundup: Jackson's Brian Stuard takes early lead in Puerto Rico (Detroit News)
   Promising results from minimally invasive back surgery (Medical News Today)
   Making It in the Midnight Hour (MetroMedia)
   Oakland's Travis Bader an Internet sensation after heady play (Free Press)
   Yashinsky: Oakland U's Travis Bader is Worthy of NBA Consideration (Deadline Detroit)

Wednesday, March 5
   Utica Eisenhower basketball player, Frascone, earns roster spot with Oakland University (C&G Newspapers)
   Time Mag Rolls Out Web Redesign as Newsweek Returns to Print in the Same Week (Automation Alley)
   Young musicians to perform at Tuesday Musicale concert in Waterford (Oakland Press)
   Economic Outlook luncheon eyes development (C&G News)
   Video: Oakland University Runs Genius Inbounds Play (Lost Letterman)

Tuesday, March 4
   Meadow Brook presents “Falling” as fundraiser for OUCARES (Oakland Press)
   Two Intrepid Explorers (Wall Street Journal)
   The Cat In The Hat Comes Back! (Rolling Stone)
   Violin Virtuoso Regina Carter Releases New Album (Broadway World)
   Oakland University men's basketball wins opening game of Horizon league tournament in overtime thriller (C&G News)

Sunday, March 2
   Three picks for March: Starry night, some jazz and drama (Albany Times Union)

Saturday, March 1
   2014 Horizon League Championships: Newcomers Make Impactful First Impression, Oakland Sweeps Team Titles (Swim Swam)
   Parenting strategies delivered at CARE conference March 8 (Oakland Press)
   Patients with painful facial nerve disorder benefit from nonsurgical Gamma Knife stereotactic radiosurgery (Medical News Today)
   Cyber Security Summit Set at Oakland University (dBusiness)
   Regina Carter explores new territory, Eli Young Band and more (Oakland Press)