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WMU-Cooley Law School Holds Open House For Prospective Students

WMU-COOLEY LAW SCHOOL HOLDS OPEN HOUSE FOR PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS
Grand Rapids campus invites public to learn more about law school on Nov. 11
 
Grand Rapids, Mich.  (Oct. 31, 2014) – WMU-Cooley Law School’s Grand Rapids campus will host an open house for prospective students and their guests on Nov. 11, beginning at 6 p.m. The open house will include a question and answer panel with students and alumni, a discussion with the dean and faculty, information about academic programs and scholarships, and campus tours.
 
“We are excited to show prospective students how a legal education can help them reach their career goals,” said Nelson Miller, associate dean of WMU-Cooley’s Grand Rapids campus.

Grand Rapids home for sale has hidden 2,300-piece pipe organ


GRAND RAPIDS (WZZM) -- On a quiet street on the city's West Side is an unassuming home for sale with an unusual secret: a 2,300 piece pipe organ.

Driving down the road, you would have no idea the house contains more pipes than your average church organ. It is something that needs to be seen to believed -- or rather heard.

By the kitchen table is the pipe organ with three sets of keyboards, stacked on top of each other with foot pedals. When you turn it on, a giant blower it can be heard in the basement. The organ, however, is only the half of it.

A door in the back of the house reveals a room with hundreds of pipes of all sizes. Through another door there are even more pipes, some two-stories tall. In all, there are around 2,300 with each pipe providing a different musical note. The whole organ takes up more than one third of the house.

My Recipe for Big People Mac & Cheese

My Recipe for Big People Mac & Cheese

BIG PEOPLE MAC & CHEESE

2 c. Heavy Cream

1 c. Mascarpone Cheese

1 c. fresh Goat Cheese

½ c. crumbled Blue Cheese

1 teaspoon Black Pepper

1 Tablespoon chopped Fresh Rosemary

1# Penne Pasta

1 Tablespoon + 1 teaspoon Kosher Salt

1 # shredded cooked Chicken

8 oz. frozen  Peas - thawed

½ c. Parmesan Cheese

1 c. fresh Bread Crumbs

In a saucepan combine cream, cheese, goat & blue cheese, pepper and rosemary. Heat until cheeses are melted and the sauce is creamy. Keep warm until ready to mix with pasta.

Cook pasta with 1 Tablespoon of salt until al dente. Drain & let dry for about 2 minutes.

Toss pasta with sauce, chicken, peas, 1 teaspoons of salt and mix well. Pour into a baking dish, top with Parmesan Cheese and bread crumbs and bake @ 350 uncovered for 20 minutes until crumbs begin to brown.

U.S. Census Bureau looking for Field Representatives

U.S. Census Bureau looking for Field Representatives

 

U.S. Census Bureau has

Field Representative Positions

Available

Salary:

$13.55- $14.84 per hour starting salary (varies by location) 10% night differential for hours worked after 6PM 56 cents per reimbursable mile driven

Hours:

Winter Jam Tour Spectacular Returns to VanAndel Arena January 4th

Winter Jam Tour Spectacular Returns to VanAndel Arena January 4th

 

Skillet Heads All-Star Lineup as the Annual Tour Celebrates 20 Years 

New winter parking rules for 19 G.R. streets


GRAND RAPIDS - Winter is coming, and the City of Grand Rapids is making changes to parking on 19 streets.

The hope is to allow emergency vehicles, fire trucks especially, to get through streets the city says "are the most challenging for snow removal and public safety accessibility."

Property owners on the streets received notices this week letting them know that on those streets, parking will be on one side of the street only, all winter long.

The city says people with questions should call 311.

On the streets in question, the odd-even rules will no longer be in effect, since residents will only be allowed to park on one side of the street throughout the winter season.

The affected streets are:

Nexus Academy of Grand Rapids Student Spotlight

Nexus Academy of Grand Rapids Student Spotlight

Nexus Academy of Grand Rapids is recognizing student, Ross Lindhout, in their October Student Spotlight.