Dressing Your Age

Dressing age appropriate is as important for men as it is for women, but for women, this is a more complex issue. Girls are expected to look pretty, and as they grow to womanhood, looking good might require extra effort as their weight fluctuates and body shape changes through pregnancies and menopause. 

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Granted Scholarships

June of 2017 marked the 35th year of the Chaldean Federation of America (CFA) Scholarship Program, which was changed to the Michael J. George Chaldean Scholarship Fund in June of 2014. “Due to the success of the scholarship program and the demand for additional funds, we found the need to expand the program, we hope to accomplish this by combining efforts with the Chaldean Foundation program,” said Rula Yono. 

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Legal collaboration

Oakland University students Alanna Jonna and Megan Denha will have a chance to pursue their lifelong dream of attending law school this fall, thanks to a partnership between Oakland University and Wayne State University Law School that allows students to earn both a bachelor’s degree and a law degree in just six years. 

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More than Schoolwork

College usually consists of books, homework, and lectures, but what about having a job while studying for a 4-year degree? A study from Georgetown’s Center on Education and Workforce found that over the past 25 years, 70 percent of students have held some form of job while attending school. As college tuition and enrollment continue to increase, so do jobs held by students. The average student works about 30 hours per week. 

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