Higher Education

In The NewsThe Flint Pride Festival will continue for its 9th year in Riverbank Park 2-8 p.m. Saturday, June 22.

Flint Pride Festival returns to downtown Flint for 9th year


In The NewsIsla Hayes with UM-Flint ECDC teachers Jen Cozart (left) and Jessica Matusz during Double Dare Live at the Fox Theatre in Detroit.

A world class education, right here in Flint


In The NewsT-Pain will perform at 8 p.m. July 20 during Kettering's Centennial Fest. The show is free, but tickets are required.
In The NewsMott Community College students Elexis Burton of Davison, Julian York of Flushing, and Jovan Brown of Mount Morris won top honors for their film, "The Sybil Atwood Awards."

Mott Community College students take top honors for 2 films


In The NewsCharles Boike
In The NewsMott Community College's 2019 Culinary Knowledge Bowl team (left to right): Chef Mark Handy, Martina LaNoue, Jennifer Stock, Kinleigh Jaehnig, Jessalyn Taylor, Dawn Neusbaum, and Lata VonBrockdorff.

Mott culinary students take honors in Knowledge Bowl


In The NewsMembers of the UM-Flint Entrepreneurs Society post during the Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization meeting
In The NewsFlint City Councilman Maurice Davis cuts the ribbon at the official rededication ceremony for the Civic Park Neighborhoods historic marker.

A sign of Civic Park's past and future


In The NewsThe Mott Community College physical therapy program is one area students will explore during Alternate Spring Break.
In The NewsTen-year-old innovator Jenna Swales of Dieck Elementary took inspiration from seeing a need to filter water at home and at school, creating an adjustable, adaptable filter for the Young Innovators Fair at Kettering University.
In The NewsWhile it maybe the most adorable reading program you’ll ever see, Tell-A-Tail also is effective. Flint Public Library will host additional Tell-A-Tail events July 8, 15, and 22.
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