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Omar Sofradzija

Omar Sofradzija was a journalist in Nevada and Illinois who covered everything from car crashes to Hurricane Katrina before moving to Michigan in 2007, where at Michigan State University he has advised the student-run newspaper and taught journalism classes.

Articles by Omar Sofradzija


Bradly’s HG Looks to be a Modern Trading Post in Old Town

Bradly Rakowski has come full circle. What started out in 2011 as a pop-up shop in Old Town Lansing’s Absolute Gallery has grown into Bradly’s HG, an …

A Time of Transitions: Rehmann Advisers Help Guide Succession Planning

Luck is preparation meeting opportunity, or so the saying goes. When it comes to running a small or midsize business in mid-Michigan, a little bit of foresig…

Powering Up The City: NECA Leading the Charge on Net-Zero Electric Production

More than a century ago, mid-Michigan’s electrical professionals got to work bringing electric light to Greater Lansing for the first time ever. Now, their s…

Consumers Dedicates to a Greener Future

Quite a few New Year’s resolutions may be centered around being cleaner and greener. To that end, mid-Michigan businesses will have plenty of opportunities t…

COVID Dictates Region’s Future Business Landscape

What Greater Lansing’s new business landscape looks like in 2022 greatly depends on how occupied downtown Lansing offices are in the new year in the wake of …

Small Businesses Pay Big Dividends in any Community

Think one person, doing one small thing, can’t make a big difference? Think again, Michiganders. “Even if a person made a conscious effort, a pledge to…

New Stressors Highlight Importance of Mental Health in the Workplace

Kevin Keeler hears it. Whether facilitating support groups, answering crisis phone calls or just talking to people one on one, the president of Lansing’s …