Photo credit: John Rush, the Human iPod, performing requested songs during a live virtual show for HFC’s Welcome Back Days. Photo by Tyronne Simmons.
Photo credit: Students in Organic Chemistry Lab following social distancing measures and other additional safety protocols. Photo taken by Yasmeen Berry.
As the COVID-19 pandemic worsened in the United States, colleges and universities across the nation transitioned to remote learning, employing various educational services to serve as a “base” for online coursework.
On March 23, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed an executive order calling for Michigan businesses and residents to suspend in-person nonessential operations and stay home unless the need was dire and life-sustaining.
In these uncertain times, it’s difficult to keep focused on what’s important when it feels like everything is falling apart.
Last summer, Dearborn began a partnership with AAW Infrastructure Partners, L3C to fund electric vehicles and electric vehicle charging stations.
Psi Beta is a psychology honors society that gives students in the field of psychology the opportunity to conduct research with their peers, and then organize that research into a presentation for a convention in Chicago.
Henry Ford College’s student-run restaurant reopened Feb. 5 with a few changes.
In early March, the Henry Ford College Hawks’ Nest food pantry reduced the number of times per month students could receive food.