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Improving Air Quality in Detroit: Marathon Oil, U.S. Steel, and the MDEQ

Steel smoke stack with smoke coming out of it.

The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) held an unpublicized meeting on April 12 at the U.A.W Local 387 in Flat Rock for DTE Trenton Channel’s SO2 emissions permit.

Spotlight on Priest Abuse in Michigan

Photo of front of building of Archdiocese of Detroit.

Since the Boston Globe published its series of stories exposing the sexual abuse of minors by priests and the cover up by the Boston Archdiocese, the Catholic Church has been under much scrutiny by both the public and the law.

Marathon Oil’s Contributions to the Community

The Marathon Oil Company has been under public scrutiny since the community has taken notice of the health problems and the pollution at its oil refinery in southwest Detroit.

High Speed Chase Ends in Car for HFC Student

Men and women pose with the student given the car.

HFC nursing student, Margaret Heit, had her red Jeep Cherokee stolen on February 29. It remained missing until March 7, when it was involved in a home invasion and then totaled in a high-speed chase on I-96.

Plus/Minus Grades To Take Effect: Impact on Students

Illustration of school grades letters A+, B, C, D-, and F.

In 2013, a new policy was brought to Henry Ford’s Scholastics Policies Committee to add GPA point values to plus and minus grades. This policy was accepted, and will be effective starting fall 2016.

HFC’s Student Council: Facts vs Rumors

Silhouette of a donkey.

Do Henry Ford College’s parking lots annoy you? Does some ludicrous registration policy you’ve encountered bother you? Is there an idea you have to improve something on campus?

A Growing Business

Marijuana Plant

There has been much debate over the legalization of medical marijuana.

Fire Claims Reclaim Detroit’s Inventory

Reclaim Detroit suffered a major setback on the morning of February 4, when a fire claimed nearly all of its inventory and equipment.

11th Annual Student Success Symposium

Despite inclement weather, Henry Ford College’s Student Activities Office, the African-American Association, and Diversity Club pulled off another successful student success symposium on February 24, 2016, in the L Building Rosenau Rooms.

By Any Means Necessary and Detroit Public Schools

On January 27, 2016, during a school demonstration, a confrontation between police and protesters led to an arrest of two students and a teacher.

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