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Swimmer sets her sights on 2004 Paralympics
National swim champion Cheryl Angelelli, CAS ’93, is hoping to make a splash at the 2004 Athens Summer Olympics and Paralympic Games. After sustaining a spine injury while diving into a pool at age 14, Angelelli’s dreams of becoming a champion swimmer didn’t end. She is focusing on the Paralympics, the highest athletic achievement for elite athletes with physical disabilities.
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OUAA and President’s Club golfers hit the links
Eighty-six OUAA and President’s Club members and their guests gathered Sept. 15 for the 2003 Golf Classic held at OU’s R&S Sharf Golf Course. The event consisted of a delicious New York strip steak lunch at Danny’s cabin, 18 holes of golf, some friendly competition for “longest drives” and “closest to the pins,” and door prizes.
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Emerald Isle shimmered for OUAA adventurers
Thirty-one OUAA members and their friends toured Ireland this past September with the Grizzly Getaways program. The group spent seven days exploring Ireland’s history-soaked West Country. The ancient city of Galway surrounded by rolling hills was the first stop on the tour followed by three days in County Waterford. Fabulous food, a knowledgeable guide and the opportunity to make lasting friendships with fellow travelers made the trip unforgettable.
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Join the OUAA for a Roman holiday
Overflowing with historic architecture, fantastic restaurants offering fine food and wine, and some of the most breathtaking works of art ever created, Rome awaits you with a sampling of La Dolce Vida. Join OUAA friends and family on the Grizzly Getaway to Rome scheduled for Feb. 20-28, which coincides with Oakland’s spring break.
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Alumni opportunity to tee it up in 2004
Join other Oakland University alumni and their guests at OU’s Katke-Cousins Golf Course for an enjoyable season of golf. This exclusive opportunity, available only to Alumni Association members, allows you to play at Katke-Cousins for $500 for one-year access. Greens fees and cart rental fees are not included.
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Help cheer the Grizzlies to victory
Join the OUAA and The President’s Club for another basketball Family Fun Day on Sunday, Feb. 29, when OU’s hard-charging men’s and women’s teams go head to head with the Leathernecks of Western Illinois. The fun begins at 3:30 p.m. when the women take the floor. At 4:30 p.m., a dinner buffet will be served in OU’s Recreation Center Activity Room. There also will be giveaways, a visit from the Grizz and more. The men’s game follows at 6 p.m.
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An evening with Regina Carter at the Max
Discover OU’s very own violin virtuoso when alumna Regina Carter, CAS ’85, joins the Detroit Symphony Orchestra for a performance of Antonio Vivaldi’s “The Four Seasons.” Carter’s virtuosity will highlight this concert set against the backdrop of the newest gem in Detroit’s cultural heart, the Max M. Fisher Music Center.
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Banquet recognizes outstanding accomplishments
The Oakland University Alumni Association celebrated the leadership, achievement and service of several individuals who have made significant contributions to the university at its annual banquet. More than 250 guests attended the October event to support the award winners.
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