March 25: the CEOs of all three tech giants--Facebook, Google, and Twitter- appeared in front of Congress in a virtual hearing, part of the ongoing debate over Section 230 and Internet communication regulations.
Michigan residents 16 or older with underlying medical conditions are now eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccination. The eligibility was expanded on March 22 to include more vulnerable and high-risk populations including those with disabilities.
Three students: Christie Miller, Makayla Owen, and Basmalah Algahmi share their experiences transferring from Henry Ford College.
Since the outbreak in March 2020, pharmaceutical companies, scientists, and researchers have been working to develop a vaccine to prevent further spread of the coronavirus.
The season of giving is upon us and people will often turn to charities to generously give money and supplies. However, most people give to the charities they know like Red Cross and neglect smaller, local charities.
On Oct. 31 Governor Gretchen Whitmer and U.S. Representative Debbie Dingell visited Henry Ford College to meet with young and first-time voters from both Henry Ford College and Michigan State University.
Henry Ford College’s Career Services Office hosted its annual Career Expo on Oct. 24.