March 20 was a big day for HFC’s American Sign Language Club. After two months of weekly meetings, the new student club hosted their first “Silent Lunch,” a fundraiser held in HFC’s student-run restaurant, “Fifty One-O-One.”
I began ice skating at 2 and began playing ice hockey as soon as I could skate. I would always beg my mom and dad to let me sub in as goalie for one of my hockey games because I initially started out as a player.
"Looking Glass: Henry Ford College's Undergraduate Magazine of Student Art, Research, and Writing" won five awards in the national Community College Humanities Association literary magazine competition.
“Don’t judge me before you know me.” This HFC student doesn’t wish to be defined by her appearance, her dress, religion or race. “We all have similarities. We are all human beings. Know me as a human first.”