Kettering University

In The News T-Pain will perform at 7 p.m. July 20 during Kettering's Centennial Fest. The show is free, but tickets are required.
In The News Ten-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.
Feature Story Brandon Corder, better known as B. Corder, brought his national music promotions company to Flint with Wale at the Capitol Theatre -- but he's just getting started.
In The News Team President Costa Papista explains the history and significance of the name and logo for Flint's new semi-pro soccer team.

Flint City Bucks to kickoff inaugural season in May


In The News Team President Costa Papista explains the history and significance of the name and logo for Flint's new semi-pro soccer team.
In The News Kettering University hosted the first ever collegiate FIRST Robotics competition on Sunday, Jan. 20, 2019.

Kettering hosts first-ever FIRST Robotics collegiate competition


Feature Story The $16.5 million Coolidge Park Apartments project will dramatically change the Ballenger Highway corridor.

Flint starts 2019 with $200 million in ongoing development


Feature Story Kettering University students are helping to use technology to reduce irrigation costs for the Asbury hoophouse.
In The News Faculty and students at Kettering University were awarded two patents in 2018.

Kettering University faculty, student research awarded two patents


In The News Jake Saldana opened Flint's first CrossFit gym in August on University Avenue.
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