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Hawks Softball Finishes Challenging Season with Two Wins

Photo by Dominic Stankiewicz

The 2023-2024 season proved challenging for the Henry Ford College Hawks softball team, but they fought to win their last two games, 28-2 and 5-2, against Oakland County Community College.

From Struggle to Recovery Through Holistic Health

Justine Altman with her husband and two children. Photo courtesy Justine Altman

At Ann Arbor Holistic Health, Justine Altman leads the team as an expert fertility coach and functional diagnostic nutrition practitioner (FDN-P).

The Mystery Behind the Wall

Mural on the historic Birwood Wall aka "8-Mile Wall." Photo courtesy Steve Neavling, Motor City Muckrakers

Eighty-three years after the construction of one of the most significant pieces of evidence of Detroit’s racist background, director of Henry Ford College’s theatre program, Dr.

First Family STEM Day at Henry Ford College By Katherine Warden

The Henry Ford College School of Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) hosted their very first Family STEM Day. Photo by Katherine Warden

Henry Ford College held its first ever Family STEM Day on Saturday, April 13. The event was open for all ages to experience the wonders of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.

“Sound of Freedom” Raises the Alarm Against Human Trafficking

Cristal Aparicio as Rocio Aguilar in "Sound of Freedom" courtesy Angel Studios

With “Sound of Freedom,” acclaimed Mexican director, Alejandro Monteverde (“Bella”), presents a compelling story that aims to raise awareness about the trafficking of minors.

Bringing the Magic of PuppetART to New Audiences

Scene from "Banana for Turtle" courtesy PuppetART

PuppetART was established in 1998, as a repertoire resident puppet theater to serve families in the Detroit community.

Small Businesses Support Palestine

Olive Root Apparel's "Gaza" Collection. Photo courtesy @oliverootapparel on Instagram

Olive Root Apparel is a clothing brand that was founded this January by University of Detroit Mercy sophomore, Lina Mahmoud, who is Palestinian and has advocated for her country her whole life.

Navigating HFC’s Eshleman Library

Student looking for book at Henry Ford College Eshleman Library courtesy HFC Marketing

Henry Ford College’s Eshleman Library consistently welcomes over 1,200 visitors daily.

As modern libraries evolve with improved technology and resources, library etiquette remains a priority.

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