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Henry Ford College's New American Sign Language Tutor
Jeanne Coker was hired into the HFC staff as an American Sign Language tutor.
Civil war veteran from 54th all-Black regiment Benjamin D. Baptiste
Detroit’s Buried History
Elmwood Historic Cemetery, located on Detroit’s east side, is the oldest continually operating, non-denominational cemetery in Detroit.
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First Year Hawks Volleyball High Achievers
The Hawks Volleyball Program welcomed six fresh faces to the team this year: sophomores Cierra Hampton and Seaira Updyke, and first year student athletes Micah Clark, Lauryn Hardy, Ellie MacDonald and Briana Ward.
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Struggles of a Working Henry Ford College Student During the COVID-19 Pandemic
The rise in COVID-19 cases in Michigan greatly impacted how I performed my job and the loss of staff required me to step up and add more work days to my already overwhelming school schedule.
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Hawkster recruits a new player for the HFC Graduation Games
Comic showing Hawkster mascot recruiting player, then players trying to dodge mad goose to be able to graduate.
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“Squid Game” Shows Americans Want More Diverse Asian Representation
Americans seem to want more diverse Asian representation in film. And while Hollywood certainly has a long way to go, “Squid Game” provides yet another example of how compelling these stories can be.