Monday, October 17, 2011
Royal Oak happenings include a City Commission meeting, community awards, College Night and more.
There's always a lot going on in Royal Oak. Here are some highlights this week: 1. City Commission meets Monday: The commission meeting at City Hall starts at 7:30 p.m. Click here for agenda. 2. Royal Oak Community Awards on Tuesday: Cheer the Citizens of the Year, the Community Spirit winner, Business Person of the Year, Business Beautification winners and the Residential Beautification winner at the Royal Oak Community Awards at the Emagine Theatre. Tickets for the event cost $45 per person. Dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m., awards ceremony starts at 7 p.m. Make reservations at 248-547-4000 or email email@example.com 3. College Night 2011 on Thursday: Oakland Community College Royal Oak Campus is hosting a College Night. …
Wednesday, June 15, 2011
About half of the more than 2,500 graduates earn "career degrees".
Wednesday, June 15, 2011
More than 2,500 students graduated from Oakland Community College Friday, June 10. An audience estimated at 5,000, including the 900 graduates who attended the event, family members, guests, trustees of the college, faculty and staff members took part in OCC’s 45th commencement ceremonies at the Palace of Auburn Hills. One thousand and fifteen graduates, approximately half of the class of 2011, earned university transfer degrees in business, liberal arts and science. Another 1,010 earned Associate of Applied Science degrees. Known as “career degrees,” these diplomas provide graduates with entry-level credentials in a range of 160 professions including accounting, the culinary arts, robotics and nursing. The balance of the graduating class …
Thursday, April 7, 2011
Check out our Patch picks for this weekend.
It's been a bit rainy and gloomy recently, just keep in mind that April showers bring May flowers. Here's a few things going on to help brighten up your weekend. 1. STUDENT PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW Where/when: Oakland Community College, 739 S. Washington; Thursday, Open during normal business hours. Why go: The photography department at Oakland Community College in Royal Oak is showcasing an exhibit of student work now through April 22. There will be 113 color, black and white and digital prints in the campus lower level between B and D buildings, and on the second floor of D building next to the theater. Pricing: Free 2. PAPER DOLL EXHIBIT Where/when: Douglas J. Aveda Institute, 409 S. Center St; Thursday 7 p.m. Why go: Designer Matthew …