On Feb. 15, former US Congressman John D. Dingell Jr., the longest-serving member of Congress in US history, was laid to rest at Arlington Cemetery in Washington, D.C. Dingell passed away peacefully on Feb. 7, at his home in Dearborn.
When 25-year-old Northern Michigan University student Guiancarlo B. Estupigan went out to take photos near Yellow Dog River on Jan. 24, and didn’t return, his roommate drove to the location the next day and found his car covered in snow. On Jan.
In 2014, as the college was developing a Bachelor Degree in Hospitality and Culinary Arts, the Board of Trustees voted to drop the “community” in its name and become Henry Ford College.
After over 20 years of service, Henry Ford College’s Child Care Center closed in June of 2015. Plans to reopen the facility under new management began last year. There were many reasons to choose Children’s Garden over other local day care providers.
A Twitter video showing Nathan Philips, a Native American military veteran of Ypsilanti, Michigan, and a group of Covington Catholic High School students in Washington D.C., Jan. 18, 2019, has created quite a stir. The video began circulating on Jan.
At the intersection of I-75 and I-94 in Detroit stands the nation’s largest municipal incinerator causing a multitude of concerns to those that reside near it.
“You don’t have to choose between books and food. Have both.” This phrase, the slogan for the Hawk’s Nest Student Food Pantry, represents the financial choices of many students at HFC.
At Henry Ford College, many students have voiced concerns over the financial aid system. Currently at HFC, over half of all students receive some form of financial aid.
The 2018 midterm elections attest to the accomplishments of women across the political spectrum. Joining the ranks of women that made history are Rashida Tlaib (D) and Ilhan Omar (D), the first ever Muslim women to be elected to Congress.