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Future of the Library at Henry Ford College

Eshleman Library stairway with pool c. 1968 courtesy John Gibson

Henry Ford College’s Eshleman Library has undergone several changes over the years.

Henry Ford College Student's Medical Mystery

Photo courtesy iStockPhoto.com

“I can kind of hear them talking with my mom and they say, ‘Is there any chance he could be faking it?’” Disbelief sets in as Henry Ford College student, Andrew Bedard, presumably pushes another dislocated rib back into place with a wince of pain.

Hidden and Visible Disabilities and College Services: What Students Should Know

Stock image courtesy PRWeek.com

Chronic pain, depression, dyslexia: these are just some of the many hidden disabilities that many students must deal with on a daily basis.

Connecting Science with Human History

Linda Brandt, professor of biological sciences, Henry Ford College

When walking the halls of the science building on Henry Ford College’s main campus, one might notice a timeline of the Earth lining some of the walls.

Detroit Zoo’s First Female Director Shares Summer Plans

Grizzly bear cub Jebbie and polar bear cub Laerke play at the Detroit Zoo photo courtesy The Detroit News

Dr. Hayley Murphy, CEO and Executive Director Detroit Zoo photo courtesy Detroit Zoological Society.

Deer Culling in Dearborn

AP Photo www.bornbucks.com Drew Born

University of Michigan Dearborn nature preserve extends behind the campus where deer populations can impact the ecology and also create hazards for motorists according to UM Dearborn.

Henry Ford College’s Counseling and Meeting the Mental Health Needs of Students

Ibrahim Atallah, Dean, Counseling photo courtesy HFC Marketing

Students at Henry Ford College have experienced significant changes in their daily lives during the COVID-19 pandemic. As busy college students, doing well in classes and completing all college-related tasks is thought to be enough to be successful.

Dearborn-area Public Libraries Go Fine Free

Lobby of the Dearborn Public Library photo by Nick Hagen for MetroMode

As of January 2022, all branches of Dearborn and Dearborn Heights public libraries have gone fine free. Several libraries across the United States have already gone fine free or are in the process of eliminating fines.

Children’s Garden II Opens on Henry Ford Campus

Photos courtesy Children’s Garden II

College life can be difficult, especially when you are a parent. The challenge of taking care of your children, working, attending classes, doing homework, and studying can take its toll.

Temporary Relocation of the Quiet Reflection Room

Quiet Reflection Room temporary location first floor Eshleman Library Henry Ford College photo by Ali Seblini

Quiet Reflection Room temporary location first floor Eshleman Library Henry Ford College photo by Ali Seblini

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