University of Michigan - Flint

In The News South African delegates and UM-Flint professor Otrude Moyo  visit Convoy of Hope Saturday as part of their study of Ubuntu in Flint.

South African academics visit Flint to see Ubuntu at work here


In The News LaTashia M. Perry is a Flint native and author of a series of children's books.
In The News Ubuntu Village extends out in a 3-block radius from the Urban Renaissance Center offices at Joy Tabernacle Church
In The News Semaj Brown is the author of “Bleeding Fire! Tap the Eternal Spring of Regenerative Light: Conversations in Poetry and Prose.”

Poet Semaj Brown to perform at new MW Gallery exhibit opening


In The News Bothered by the portrayal of her generation, Ashley Sanders launched "The Millennial Showcase" two months ago as a way to highlight young people's talent, achievement, and dedication and buck the millennial stereotypes. 
In The News The Flint Theatre Guild kicks off its Summer Theatre Festival with "The Real Inspector Hound" July 11-14.
Feature Story Grand Blanc High School graduates at their 2019 commencement.

Genesee County grads nab more than $30 million in scholarships


In The News The 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 News Isla 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 News Flint 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 News The logo for the Civic Park centennial celebration is unveiled during a launch party March 9, 2019 at Joy Tabernacle Church.

Civic Park launches centennial celebration


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