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Dearborn Activist Helps Syrian Refugees

His name is Adam Abusalah and he is currently completing his first year at Henry Ford College.

WiFi and HFC’s Technology Needs

How many times have you connected and reconnected to the WiFi at Henry Ford College today? How satisfied are you with your technology experience during your stay at the college?

Human to Human: A Personal Connection

Students and staff at tables representing different backgrounds.

“Don’t judge me before you know me.” This HFC student doesn’t wish to be defined by her appearance, her dress, religion or race. “We all have similarities. We are all human beings. Know me as a human first.”

Board of Trustees Meeting: Update on Presidential Search

The Henry Ford College Board of Trustees meeting on Sept. 18, 2017 , was short and productive – the Board voted unanimously on all action items one through ten, without much discussion or disagreement.

Kid Rock’s “R-rated” Concert of Politics

Picture of Kid-Rock concert in Detroit 2017

Sept. 12, 2017, the grand opening of the newly-constructed Little Caesars Arena was met with mixed feelings and controversy. Scheduled to perform six shows, Kid Rock was the arena’s first artist.

Why are Students Paying So Much for Textbooks?

If you are a Henry Ford College student wondering why you had to drop $300-$800 on textbooks for your classes this semester, you are not alone in your outrage and confusion.

DREAMers at HFC Wait for Congress to Act

Map by Nicolas Rapp for Fortune

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North Korea Going Nuclear

The Korean peninsula has been divided into North and South Korea since the end of World War Two. The United States and UN support South Korea whereas North Korea is supported by its bordering neighbor China and Russia.

Reclaiming Detroit One Agrihood at a Time

Urban developments centered around agriculture have existed in various forms long before the term “agrihood” was coined.

44th Annual Women's Recognition Luncheon

This March, Henry Ford College hosted its 44th Women’s Recognition Luncheon. All donations benefit the Student Outreach and Support Program, or SOS, and the Student Emergency Fund.

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