News

Student looking at maze of walls.
“If we would have given this six more months of thought, we could have anticipated three quarters of the hiccups that came up.” -Jeff Morford, Senate Chair

Arts

Chocolate pie displayed in Sister pie bakery.
In West Village, on Detroit’s east side, a little bakery has been causing quite a big stir. Sister Pie celebrates three years this month at its corner storefront on Kercheval Avenue.

Sports

Seven cyclers racing at the Lexus Velodrome cycling track.
Opened on Jan. 26, the 64,000 sq. ft. multi-sport complex brings competitive Olympic style track cycling to the forefront of local sports.

Opinion

Multiple of images of clothes titled "What Really Happens to the Clothes You Donate?"
If we are given more awareness on where our donated clothing goes, we may be more inclined to reconsider our next shopping spree.

Health and Science

Diagram showing how lead gets into water
With Gov. Snyder announcing in March that Flint water levels are safe enough for the state to discontinue its program to provide bottled water to Flint residents, many might believe the crisis is over.

Reviews

Gingerbread waffles at The Fly Trap
Despite the name, once you have had a taste of their B-L-A-T+C, you won’t be able to resist The Fly Trap.

Student Life

Mirror News staff pictured at 2018 MCCPA conference at Central Michigan University.
Henry Ford College student newspaper The Mirror News received 16 awards at the 2018 Michigan Community College Press Association conference held at Central Michigan University.

Editorials

Students wearing the graduation caps in the graduating ceremony facing the stage.
On May 5, Henry Ford College students will march in the commencement procession at the Ford Community and Performing Arts Center and emerge as freshly minted college graduates.