News

Protestors inside Detroit Metro Airport, Jan. 29, 2017
In December of last year, the organization was informed that over half of its funding, provided through a grant for twenty years by the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development, would not be renewed for the next year.

Arts

A scene from Arsenic and Old Lace
He earned this title because Bruce has been bringing his middle school students to see his theatrical shows for more than two decades- 28 years to be exact.

Sports

Hawks Basketball captain, Diangelo Carlton, in midair driving to dunk a basketball with one hand.
Henry Ford College is home to a lot of great athletes, and Diangelo Carlton is one of the top athletes on the Hawks roster this year.

Opinion

Images of three branches of the U.S. government: legislative, executive, and judicial.
The actions of President Trump are not only an assault on the values upon which the United States was founded; they threaten institutions that are a vital part of American democracy.

Health and Science

Dancers bending backward in circle around female dancer twirling on one leg in rehearsal studio.
Diane Mancinelli, the founder and coordinator of the Full Circle Dance Company here at Henry Ford College spoke recently regarding her work and passion for dance, and the many benefits that dance provides.

Reviews

Movie poster of "Hidden Figures"
The Academy finally made a move in the right direction by nominating several people of color this year and by recognizing "Hidden Figures" for Best Movie. Let’s hope the Academy voters see the historic significance of this and don’t get lost in La-La Land

Student Life

Steve Mccormick and Robert Speeks in dueling chainsaws competition at Plymouth Ice Festival
HFC ice carvers won three of six competitions. Mark Tampakes and Steve McCormick won the team competition carving an abstract figure entitled, “Invisible Touch.” Jayme Slais and Robert Speeks took third place...

Alumni News

Hawks baseball player Kyle Roberts pitching
In the fifth round in the 2016 MLB draft the Texas Rangers took 6’5 left handed pitcher and Henry Ford College student Kyle Roberts.