News Archive

HFC nurses cohost “Voices for Nurses” podcast

“Voices for Nurses” podcast discusses current trends in nursing and healthcare. One episode will be released every 6 weeks.
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Sign up for active shooter preparedness training

Learn what to do in the unlikely event of an active shooter. The May 22 training is informational and open to the community.
Portrait of Vanessa Newton, HFC nursing student.

Vanessa Newton’s childbirth experience led her to choose nursing

Vanessa Newton’s experiences at HFC helped her develop skills across the spectrum of what it means to be a nurse.
All the way to the right in blue is Christina Bailey, with high school students.

A Day in the Life of a Hawk is a fun introduction to HFC academics

HFC welcomed students from several high schools for a fun, immersive academic experience showing what it’s like to be an HFC Hawk.
Portrait of Lauren Miller.

Lauren Miller’s dad is “my reason for nursing”

Miller was motivated to become a nurse as a teenager by helping care for her dying father, and by watching the nurses who helped ease his passing while bringing comfort to the family.
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Earth Day and Arbor Day: President’s video

President Kavalhuna and Linda Brandt talk about the history and meaning of Earth Day and Arbor Day, and what we can do to support sustainability and create a better environment for all.
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Passover: President’s video

In this video, President Kavalhuna and Corinne Asher talk about the history and meaning of the Jewish holiday of Passover. Asher's parents were Holocaust survivors, which makes the holiday even more special to her.
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Join us for “New Beginnings and Final Frontiers” concert April 29

“New Beginnings and Final Frontiers” on April 29 promises an eclectic variety of music. It is free and open to the public.
Portrait of Zynab Al-Timimi.

HFEC student and Mirror News writer Zynab Al-Timimi aspires to medical career

Zynab Al-Timimi uses skills in writing, media, and art to augment her passion for medicine. This spring, she will complete her high school diploma and her associate degree.
On the left Sue Jabara and on the right Liz Hoffman.

Join us April 22 to celebrate the retirement of Sue Jabara and Liz Hoffman

Come celebrate with Sue Jabara and Liz Hoffman on April 22 as they retire from HFC at the end of the Winter 2024 semester.
Trumpeters performing at a concert.

Join us for the Spring Jazz Concert

The HFC Music Department concludes its 2023-24 season on a high note with the Spring Jazz Concert.
Brandon Harris, Rochelle Taylor, Kirk Bradley in the Hawks’ Nest.

HawkPride: “Hunger Games” nets 428 lbs. of food and $517 for Hawks’ Nest

For the second straight year, HFC places second in the amount of food and monetary donations collected during the “Hunger Games.”
Sara Gonzalez Herrera at her desk.

Get to Know HFC: Sara Gonzalez Herrera knows firsthand the challenges international students face

Gonzalez Herrera’s varied life experiences allow her to support and empower international students at HFC.
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Get to Know HFC: Dr. Joel Geffen helps students navigate differences

Dr. Joel Geffen helps students think and learn at the college level by building rapport through respectful listening, interaction, and questions about some of life's core challenges and values.
Students walking away from the entrance to the College Store.

College Store extra hours May 6-9; summer information

The College Store will be open an extra hour May 6-9 as the Summer 2024 semester opens. On May 10, the store will resume regular business hours of 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.
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Biology, Science, and Environmental Studies information session

The Biology, Science, and Environmental Studies information session will be April 17. Academic Advisors will on hand to assist with course scheduling.
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Retired HFC instructor’s memoir accepted into Museum of Peace Corps Experience and Library of Michigan

Ed Demerly is elated to see his second memoir about his time in the Peace Corps accepted into spaces where they can inspire future generations.
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Board of Trustees meeting, April 15: NOTE LOCATION CHANGE

The Board of Trustees will hold its regular meeting in the Sisson Gallery of the MacKenzie Fine Arts Center.

Support our Honors students as they present their research during Honors Day

The public is invited to Honors Day on April 26, where Henry Ford II Honors Program students will present their research projects.
Middle Eastern food with pita, olives, colorful hummus, falafel, stuffed dolma, baba ganoush, pickles, vegetables, pomegranate, eggplants.

Muslim Student Association hosts public “Unity and Community” dinner

The Muslim Student Association hosts its annual dinner on April 18 with Imam Imran Salha as the keynote speaker. Please RVSP by April 15.
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RSVP for Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society’s public Winter 2024 induction ceremony

On April 24, Phi Theta Kappa will welcome new members at its induction ceremony. Please RSVP by April 14.
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Hate Crimes Symposium, open to all, plus FBI opportunities and support for underserved communities

The HFC office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging teams up with the FBI to engage students, faculty, staff, and those from minoritized communities in this critical discussion.
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April is Campus Pride Month at HFC

Celebrate Campus Pride Month at HFC by participating in several activities to recognize and support the LGBTQ+ community.
Volunteers working Good Luck on Finals event.

Volunteers needed for “Good Luck on Finals”

We need volunteers for the “Good Luck on Finals” event to support our students during exams April 30-May 2.