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Dearborn's Deadly Roads

Memorial in ruins after collision at intersection of Greenfield and Paul

When people are asked “what’s the scariest thing you’ve ever experienced,” a lot of us would respond with horror stories of ghosts, being lost, or memories of a really frightening movie, but those of us in the Dearborn-Detroit area will detail our daily commutes to school and work. Residents often joke about just how bad driving in our cities are, but though it’s an easy topic to poke fun at, it’s really no laughing matter.

Unity in the City

Journalists from around the country gathered on September 12 at Wayne State University to tackle the question of media diversity. The regional summit was hosted by UNITY: Journalists for Diversity, in order to help bring the stories of communities who are often ignored to the forefront.

Fast Times at Henry Ford High

Katelyn Crumb and Sydney Owens at the HFC Early College

In 1981 a freelance writer for Rolling Stone by the name of Cameron Crowe went undercover at a high school in California. The articles were published as a book and eventually a film both titled Fast Times at Ridgemont High.

Trustee Board President Steps Down – New Member Elected

Henry Ford College and Dearborn Public Schools are governed by the same entity: The board of trustees. The trustee board is responsible for appointing officials to the college as well as expenditures.

All Trumped Up

Presidential Candidate Donald Trump stands in front of an American flag.

I must admit, initially I was excited.

I had reached out to the Republican Party of Genesee and Saginaw County to see if I could attend Donald Trump’s event in Birch Run at their Expo Center. I did not expect the answer to be yes. However, for an unpredictable candidate, riding on a wave of unexpected popularity, coming to a small town an hour and a half north of Detroit, the answer was yes. On the afternoon of August 11, I found myself driving north on I-75 to see Donald Trump: billionaire and front-runner for the Republican party’s presidential primary.

Who Keeps Campus Safe?

Members of the Dearborn Police Department were on hand August 25 and 26, touring the HFC campus with Campus Safety specialists. The tour was part of an initiative aimed at improving the partnership between the Dearborn Police and HFC officials.

Child Development Center Closes

Four-year-old Nixen outside Henry Ford College’s Child Development Center

After two decades of service to Henry Ford students, the Child Development Center will be closing. June 30th will mark the end of an institution that has enabled many parents to return to school.

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