How Safe is Your Water?

Diagram showing how lead gets into water

With Gov. Snyder announcing in March that Flint water levels are safe enough for the state to discontinue its program to provide bottled water to Flint residents, many might believe the crisis is over.

HFC’s New Writing Center

Photo of writing pad, pen, and computer keyboard.

This semester, Henry Ford College’s Eshleman Library became the home for The Writing Center. Currently seven English instructors staff the center.

HFC Academic Reorganization Faces Growing Pains

Student looking at maze of walls.

This year marks the first year of Henry Ford College’s academic reorganization.

How Safe is Your Personal Information?

Computer ones and zeroes with Guy Fawkes face appearing in red.

Following news that the political consulting firm, Cambridge Analytica, had access to over 87 million Facebook users’ personal information, Mark Zuckerberg will testify before Congress this week.

HFC Presidential Search

Photo of entrance to Henry Ford College main campus.

Henry Ford College has just completed searching for its next president. The Board of Trustees interviewed each candidate the last week in March. After the final interview on March 28, the Board selected Russell A.

Student Voices Heard in Lansing

Group of students on the stairs of Central United Methodist Church

On March 20, over 150 college students attended the second annual “Voices for Our Future” student lobby day in Lansing to advocate for the issues they care about to state legislators and representatives.

Talking Trash on Campus

Go Green infographic giving tips on saving energy, recycling, and reuse.

It has been nearly a year since Kimberly Chamberlin reported that Henry Ford College does not recycle paper and plastic waste in her Mirror News investigative piece, “Where Does Our Trash Go?” Chamberlin found that all the recycling bins around campus

Protest at Local Church Accused of “Conversion Therapy”

Group of women protesting and holding posters against conversion therapy.

A church in Riverview, Michigan, has faced backlash over its six-week “Unashamed Identity” workshop aimed at adolescent girls.

Snyder Appointment Sparks Controversy

Gay pride flag

Gov. Rick Snyder has generated sizable controversy following his recent appointment of Bishop Ira Combs Jr. to the Michigan Civil Rights Commission.

HFC’s Virtual Cadaver

Two people of the medical crew examining the anatomy of human body using the anatomage table through a touchscreen that allows them to zoom in and move the 3D figure of the human body.

A state of the art virtual cadaver, known as an Anatomage Table provides Henry Ford College anatomy and physiology students a chance to experience the beauty of the human body in 3D.


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