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The 2020 Census and Henry Ford College

Image shows people holding a variety of signs with messages advocating for an accurate Census count

Last June, the U.S. Supreme Court blocked the Trump Administration’s attempt to put a citizenship question on the census. The timing of the Court’s decision means that the question will not be on the 2020 census.

The Branding of Dearborn

Image shows Dearborn marketing images superimposed onto a billboard to indicate potential future projects

On Nov. 1, 2018, the City of Dearborn announced its new branding initiative and encouraged residents, business owners, employees, students, and more to fill out a survey sharing their special insights on the city.

The Not So Magic Planet

Image of a working Magic Planet device showing a mountain landscape photograph

If you have ever had a class in the science building you may have noticed an array of interactive fun throughout the building with the likes of interactive touch screens, an extensive and informative mural depicting the timeline of the universe and of

Engelhardt Social Justice Fellowship: Changing Lives and Making a Difference

Image shows the logo for the University of Michigan's Center for Engaged Academic Learning, which features a bird sitting on a tree

Have you ever wanted to work at a job that was deeply and personally meaningful to you and get paid? Do you want to make a difference in your community and are unsure how to do so?

HFC Online Malfunction to Begin the Semester

Image of Henry Ford College logo with the "Future Driven" slogan

The start of a semester is always challenging. New classes, new buildings, new parking spaces, and that’s just location.

Instructor Accused of Islamophobia

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Henry Ford College has drawn the attention of the local media with a student complaint about Islamophobia.

Henry Ford College’s “Doom”ocracy

Photo shows students being wrapped up in toilet paper as mummies

On the night before Halloween, Henry Ford College held the first “Doom”ocracy party in the Skylight Café. This all-ages event featured a comedy show by Amer Zahr and the band Brand New History.

Elyas Perry's One on One interviews with President Kavalhuna

Mirror News Now October 2019

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