It was early in the morning when Cheryl Smith arrived on the HFC campus. She pulled into the parking lot, hoping to find a space close to her class. There was a loud screech and then Smith was hit by a silver car pulling out of a space.
During the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality meeting on January 28, 2016, Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan promised to sue The Marathon Oil company if it is granted a permit to increase emissions in its southwest Detroit location, making his declar
On February 10 through 12, the Liberal Arts Network for Development, also known as LAND, held its conference in Grand Rapids, where nine HFC students received awards and recognition for their research and art.
Cheating has always been a concern for educators. However, with the steady rise in technology, students have found new, innovative ways to cheat in their classes. With the increase in online courses and education, a new market has developed.
On Wednesday, November 18, 2015 HFC’s History Department hosted a special event. Students were invited to attend; this was also open to the public. This was an informational session; this was hosted in honor of Veterans Day.
Any other time of the year, people pass an old, abandoned hospital or warehouse without a thought about the story behind it or what possibly lurks within it at night. However, around Halloween time, everything suddenly becomes spookier.
On Monday morning of September 14, many high school students were settling into their homerooms, complaining of their early rise, and reminiscing of their weekend adventures. This is true for almost every high school student. Except for Ahmed Mohamed.