World War II Author Lectures at Henry Ford Community College
On Wednesday, November 6, Henry Ford Community College opened its doors to the Rosenau Room for World War II author and historian John Wokuvits for his presentation on his book “Nobody Gives a Damn: War Veterans and their Stories.”
Tis the Season of Basketball
Tis the season of Basketball, and the gifts of buckets.
This season has began rocky for our Women’s Basketball team. Having only six ladies eligible to play makes it challenging for the team to score high in the entire game. Even though they haven’t been able to achieve their team goals, the team are constantly improving.
25th Anniversary pf SMLC
This year marks the 25th Anniversary of the Southeast Michigan Land Conservancy! The SMLC conserves natural lands and open space including forests, wetlands, meadows, agricultural lands and places of scenic beauty to provide habitat for wildlife and to enrich the lives of people. Their purpose is to conserve and manage wildlife habitat in order to foster healthy ecosystems, protect air and water quality, and provide scenic enjoyment.
How to Save Money This Black Friday!
With Thanksgiving right around the corner, there are many things to look forward to, one of which is a big Thanksgiving meal of turkey, stuffing, and mashed potatoes. Then there’s spending time with loved ones, and for the sports fanatics, sitting in front of the TV all day watching football. And oh yeah, then there’s shopping.
HFCC Freshman Wins First 2013 Wrestling Tournament
On Sunday, November 3, the Henry Ford Community College (HFCC) Wrestling Club went against multiple teams from the University of Michigan-Dearborn, Saginaw Valley State University, and Grand Valley State University in The Fall Brawl Tournament at Mott Community College in Flint, Michigan.
Egyptian Movie Screening
On Friday, November 15, the Arab Cultural Studies Program headed by Dr. Michael Daher screened an Egyptian movie titled Scheherazade, Tell Me a Story by Egyptian director Yousry Nasrallah. After the film, Mary Assel, Ibrahim Atallah, Batool Saad, and Imad Nouri lead a great discussion about what happened in the movie. The film is about a successful hostess named Hebba for the TV program called ‘From Dusk Till Dawn’ where she mainly talks about politics.
Building Bridges Lecture Series Takes a Look at International Students
On November 19, 2013, teacher Nahla Haidar alongside six international students at HFCC took to the stage to explain their lives as students that live abroad in America. The lecture was free to the public and is one of many more lectures at HFCC that are designed to open a new world for students to experience other cultures, religions and forms opportunities.
HFCC Raises the Curtain on Snow White
HFCC’s Theater Department’s production of Snow White had its opening night on Friday, November 15. Student actors and technicians, with the guidance of faculty members, worked and rehearsed for the majority of the fall semester to bring the classic fairy tale to life.