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Ferris State University's Center for Leadership, Activities and Career Services to Host 'Leadership Week' Activities
Ferris State University News
- Ferris State University plans to help students identify key leadership skills during a weeklong event that kicks off on Saturday, Feb. 22. Leadership Week is hosted by the Center for Leadership, Activities and Career Services and runs through Saturday, March 1.
Social theorist and scholar to visit Grand Valley State University
- Patricia Hill Collins, social theorist, author and educator, will give a presentation February 26 as part of the Intersections program.
154-Year-Old Kalamazoo Public Library Still Changing
- From a library in 1860 with 120 inherited books, open one hour a day for a school district, the Kalamazoo Public Library downtown and its four branches have evolved into community centers with concerts and performances, movies and speakers.
Rachel Held Evans to Speak at Siena Heights University
Siena Heights University News
- New York Times best-selling author Rachel Held Evans is the featured speaker for Siena Heights University's 13th annual Chiodini/Fontana Lecture Series on Ethics at 7:30 p.m. March 11 in Francoeur Theater on the Adrian campus.
Gwinn High School promotes community health through wellness fair
- This weekend, Gwinn High School is helping the community get healthier through a first-ever wellness fair that it's calling "Love Your Heart".
Wayne Public Library program remembers 'Detroit's Own' Polar Bears
- The Wayne Public Library will host a presentation by Michael Grobbel, titled "Stranglers of the Revolution -- Detroit's Own Polar Bears". It's the story of the 5,000 U.S. Army soldiers, the majority of whom were from Michigan and especially Detroit, who fought the Bolshevik Red Army on Russian soil during the Russian Civil War in 1918-1919.
Iconic Newport Jazz Festival Anniversary Tour Comes to the LMC Mendel Center Mainstage
Lake Michigan College News
- The Newport Jazz Festival, "the grandfather of jazz festivals," will bring clarinetist/saxophonist Anat Cohen, vocalist/pianist Karrin Allyson, bassists Larry Grenadier and Ben Allison, pianist Peter Martin, guitarist Mark Whitfield, trumpeter Randy Brecker, and drummer Clarence Penn to the Lake Michigan College Mendel Center Mainstage.
Plymouth-Canton Public Schools' student station hosts record show
- The student radio station for the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools, 88.1 The Park, presents its sixth annual Record Show.