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Local Animal Shelters Face Serious Crisis

Volunteer Sophia courtesy Friends of Animals Metro Detroit

Elizabeth reading to Doug at Read to Rover program. Photo courtesy Friends of Animals Metro Detroit

Henry Ford Early College wins National Blue Ribbon Award

From Left: Murtatha Hassan, Yousef Alqamoussi, Hamza Alkahleh photo by Ali Seblini

On the Henry Ford College main campus in Dearborn is a National Blue Ribbon Award winning program for high school students, the Henry Ford Early College. HFEC was the only Michigan high school to win the National Blue Ribbon Award last November.

Student Shares How She Overcame Significant Odds to Find Success at HFC

Photo of Ashley Trent

Ashley Trent is the new communications manager for the Henry Ford II Honors Program at Henry Ford College in Dearborn, Michigan. She designed the new logo and will be developing new merchandise.

Henry Ford College's New American Sign Language Tutor

Stock image of hands teaching American Sign Language

This year, Jeanne Coker was hired into the HFC staff as an American Sign Language tutor.

Local Duck Sanctuary Rescues Abandoned Waterfowl

Photo of baby ducks rescued from Dearborn park.

Domestic animals are abandoned in the wild every day. The abandonment of domestic cats and dogs is familiar to the general public. But perhaps a more unfamiliar domestic animal that is abandoned quite often is the duck.

HFC Alum Running for Mayor of Dearborn

Welcome to Dearborn photo courtesy WDET

Gary Woronchak is a candidate for mayor of Dearborn. He is an alumnus of Henry Ford Community College, where he had been editor of the student paper. The paper then was called The Ford Estate.

Section 230 and Big Tech

Section 230 infographic courtesy inform.org

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.

Update on COVID-19 Vaccines in Michigan

COVID-19 vaccine bottles image courtesy WDET.org

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.

Transferring from Henry Ford College

Graphic of student before a maze

Three students: Christie Miller, Makayla Owen, and Basmalah Algahmi share their experiences transferring from Henry Ford College.

Covid-19 Vaccines Are Safe: Myth or Fact?

Infographic showing facts versus myths about the COVID-19 vaccine

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.

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