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Henry Ford College Chorus, Blue Fusion and Renaissance Voices to Perform at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Dearborn Dec. 4

Winter Choral Concert Dec. 4

HFC Chorus, Blue Fusion and Renaissance Voices will combine their talents and perform the Winter Choral Concert on Sunday, Dec. 4.
Henry Ford College’s Renaissance Voices will perform at Christ Episcopal Church in Dearborn on Sunday, Dec. 18, for its “Festival of Lessons & Carols” Holiday Concert.

Festival of Lessons & Carols Holiday Concert Dec. 18

HFC's Renaissance Voices will perform “A Festival of Lessons & Carols” Holiday Concert on Sunday, Dec. 18.
Henry Ford College wrestler Diallo Matsimela placed first at the Ben McMullen Open in Muskegon on Nov. 5

Wrestlers Win Big at Ben McMullen Open

HFC was one of five teams from the National Collegiate Wrestling Association’s (NCWA) Great Lakes Conference (GLC) to participate in the Ben McMullen Open in Muskegon on Nov. 5, grappling its way to the top.
A student works on an ice carving during a competition in 2015.

Sixth Annual Collegiate Ice Carving Invitational Nov. 12

The Sixth Annual Henry Ford College Collegiate Ice Carving Invitational will take place on Saturday, Nov. 12 on the main campus.

Theatre Arts Presents Charlotte's Web in November

HFC's Theatre Arts will present the stage adaptation of E.B. White’s “Charlotte’s Web” for eight public performances throughout November.
Henry Ford College Vice President of Human Resources/Special Assistant to the President Dr. Cynthia Glass will be honored as one of the American Society of Employers (ASE) Michigan Human Resource Executives of the Year on Thursday, Nov. 3, at the Detroit

VP Receives American Society of Employers Honor

Dr. Cynthia Glass, vice president of Human Resources/special assistant to the President, will be honored as one of four American Society of Employers (ASE) Michigan Human Resource Executives of the Year on Thursday, Nov. 3.
Henry Ford College student Hector Ochoa completed an internship in the Aerospace Division at Caltech, which he received through HFC’s new partnership with Base 11.

Student Completes Internship at Caltech Through Base 11 Partnership

HFC student Hector Ochoa completed the Caltech Aerospace Mentorship Program this past summer at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in Pasadena, Calf.
Henry Ford College’s WHFR 89.3 Station Hosts 9th Annual Record Show on Oct. 8

WHFR Hosts Annual Record Show

WHFR-FM (89.3), HFC's student-run radio station, will host its 9th Annual WHFR Record Show on Saturday, Oct.8.
Henry Ford College WINGS Committee Wins 2016 MACRAO Equity in Education Award

WINGS Committee Wins 2016 MACRAO Equity in Education Award

The HFC Women’s Institute for National and Global Success (WINGS) Committee recently received news that it will receive the 2016 MACRAO Equity in Education Award.
Henry Ford College and Eastern Michigan University host “Resonance,” dual ceramics exhibitions on both campuses from now until Friday, Sept. 30.

HFC & EMU Host "Resonance" Exhibitions

HFC and Eastern Michigan University (EMU) host “Resonance: Eastern Michigan University Ceramics Alumni Under the Tutelage of Susanne Stephenson & John Loree.”
Henry Ford College Welcomes Dr. Michael A. Nealon as Vice President of Academic Affairs

HFC Welcomes New Vice President of Academic Affairs

HFC has appointed Dr. Michael A. Nealon as the College’s new vice president of Academic Affairs. He officially began on Monday, Aug. 15.
The American Culinary Federation Education Foundation (ACFEF) Accrediting Commission recently renewed a seven-year grant for Henry Ford College’s (HFC) Associate of Applied Science in Culinary Arts Degree program.

Culinary Arts Earns Accreditation from American Culinary Federation

The American Culinary Federation Education Foundation (ACFEF) Accrediting Commission recently renewed a seven-year grant for HFC's Associate of Applied Science in Culinary Arts Degree program.
HFC Theatre Arts will present "Bug" in June.

HFC to Present "Bug" Throughout June

The HFC Theatre Arts program’s presentation of “Bug” will finish its run the weekend of June 23-26. The two leads, Zach Ross and Samantha Kenbeek, have been nominated for the prestigious Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship Auditions.