Sarah Boyle, a local cross country coach, will compete at the Bupa Great Edinburgh Cross Country Challenge Saturday.
Cleary University Women’s Cross Country Coach Sarah Boyle is used to wearing red, white and blue. After all, they are the school’s colors. The next time she dons those colors, there will be one big difference – the letters USA will be on her uniform. Boyle, a Brighton resident, has been selected as one of nine women to represent the United States at the Bupa Great Edinburgh Cross County Challenge in Scotland, on Saturday. Teams from across Europe compete at three different distances. The opportunity arose after Boyle competed in the U.S. Club Cross Country Championships in Lexington, Kentucky in early December. “I had never run the U.S. Club Cross Country race before and wanted to give it a shot because it was a more competitive race,” …
The Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Michigan’s (AICUM) Distinguished Service Award for Outstanding Leadership recognizes dedication to independent colleges.
Sunday, June 3, 2012
On Saturday, State Rep. Bill Rogers (R-Brighton) was recognized with the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Michigan’s (AICUM) Distinguished Service Award for Outstanding Leadership during Cleary University's summer commencement ceremony. The Distinguished Service Award recognizes commitment and dedication to independent colleges. “Rep. Bill Rogers is a true champion of education,” said Edward Blews, AICUM president. “During the last four years, he stood in the breach and courageously led the charge to save the need-based Michigan Tuition Grants financial aid funding, which enables Michigan citizens to attend independent colleges—like Cleary University—at a tremendous savings to the state and its taxpayers.” Rogers …