Lost in Moodleland

Image shows the "Moodle" app on a cell phone

As the COVID-19 pandemic worsened in the United States, colleges and universities across the nation transitioned to remote learning, employing various educational services to serve as a “base” for online coursework.

Henry Ford College Responds to COVID-19

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On March 23, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed an executive order calling for Michigan businesses and residents to suspend in-person nonessential operations and stay home unless the need was dire and life-sustaining.

Engaging Students During the Pandemic

Image shows Student Activities Officer Cassandra Fluker sitting at a HFC booth

In these uncertain times, it’s difficult to keep focused on what’s important when it feels like everything is falling apart.

Mirror News Now April 2020

evPons Partners with City of Dearborn and helps local businesses

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Last summer, Dearborn began a partnership with AAW Infrastructure Partners, L3C to fund electric vehicles and electric vehicle charging stations.

Psi Beta Loneliness Survey

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Psi Beta is a psychology honors society that gives students in the field of psychology the opportunity to conduct research with their peers, and then organize that research into a presentation for a convention in Chicago.

Fifty-One O One Restaurant Updates

Image of Fifty-One O One's website menu

Henry Ford College’s student-run restaurant reopened Feb. 5 with a few changes.

Addressing Food Challenges at HFC

Photo shows the interior of the Hawks' Nest food pantry with shelves of food

According to the Hope Center for College, Community and Justice, approximately 42 percent of respondents attending a two-year institution faced “food insecurity” at some point, with 17 percent facing “low” security and 25 percent facing “very low” secu

Unknown Fate for the Child Care Center

Photo of the Henry Ford College Children's Garden location

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed an executive order last week to increase the availability of child care for essential workers during the COVID-19 crisis.


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