“SAGA”: HFC’s New Student Club

LGBTQ in rainbow colors with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgrender, and Questioning spelled out underneath

On Oct. 4, 2017, the first meeting for the Sexuality And Gender Acceptance club was held at Henry Ford College.

Addressing the Latest Terrorist Threat

Map with red ink stamps of the word "ban" over the countries affected by President's Trumps travel ban.

On Oct. 31, in what officials are calling the deadliest terrorist attack in New York since Sept. 11, 2001, a motorist drove a pickup truck down a crowded path along the Hudson River in Lower Manhattan, killing eight people and injuring at least 11.

Accidents Happen

Everyday, students and faculty alike drive their vehicles to work, school and home. Sometimes they don’t always arrive to their destination as planned.

Remembering Detroit 1967

In April of 1966, Charles Codding, a 12th grader at Detroit Northern High School, wrote an editorial highlighting the school district’s biased social promotion policies and the low quality of education black students received not only at Detroit Northe

Longterm HFC Administrator Resigning

Dr. Lisa Copprue, one of Henry Ford College’s finest is resigning. With an educational background in Management Development, a Master’s in Arts, a Bachelor of Science and an Associate of Arts, there is little to nothing she cannot do. Dr.

Is Going to College Really Your Best Option?

Any college student will tell you; the financial baggage that comes with getting a degree is almost too much to handle.

President Stan Jensen’s Last Year at HFC

After a four-year tenure as president of Henry Ford College, Dr. Stan Jensen has announced his plan to retire next year.

Dearborn Activist Helps Syrian Refugees

His name is Adam Abusalah and he is currently completing his first year at Henry Ford College.

WiFi and HFC’s Technology Needs

How many times have you connected and reconnected to the WiFi at Henry Ford College today? How satisfied are you with your technology experience during your stay at the college?

Human to Human: A Personal Connection

Students and staff at tables representing different backgrounds.

“Don’t judge me before you know me.” This HFC student doesn’t wish to be defined by her appearance, her dress, religion or race. “We all have similarities. We are all human beings. Know me as a human first.”


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