Attending a Marygrove Open House is a great way to learn about what the college can offer you in a no-pressure setting. Our Open House is a morning packed with key information, so come and see if we are a good fit for you!
13th ANNUAL Academic symposium
8:30 a.m. • Continental Breakfast
11:45 a.m. - 12:45 p.m. • Lunch on your own
3:30 - 5:00 p.m. • Reception
Everyone is invited to attend.
Madame Cadillac Building Denk Chapman Hall
(313) 927-1452 or (313) 927-1435 or (313) 927-1291
An Evening Coffee House
Presented by Sigma Tau Delta English Honor Society
Friday, March 30, 2012
7:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Madame Cadillac Building
Featuring urban poets, musicians, singers, dancers, and storytellers
Admission: $5.00 general $3.00 students/seniors with I.D.
Proceeds will go to the Sigma Tau Delta Scholarship Fund.
Monday, February 20, 2012 8:30 - 10:00 pm
Florent Gillet Residence Hall Community Room
For more information contact;
Thursday • March 15, 2012 • Noon Sacred Heart Chapel &
Denk Chapman Hall
Music Department Student recital
For more information, contact
Tara Sievers-Hunt at (313) 927-1312 or
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“Creating Your Own Financial Recovery Plan While Getting Your Education....
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Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Noon - 1:30 p.m.
Women’s Center, LA 030
Please bring your lunch.
Dessert will be provided.
For more information, contact:
Rita Smith (313) 927-1402
Women’s Center (313) 927-1274
The IHM Sisters elected six members to the IHM Leadership Council. They will serve the congregation from July 2012-2018.
The six sisters elected are Mary Jane Herb, IHM, president; Sharon Holland, IHM, vice president; Helen Ingles, IHM, chief financial officer; Margaret Alandt, IHM, mission councilor; Mary Ann Bredice, IHM, mission councilor; and Patricia McCluskey, IHM, mission councilor. The new IHM Leadership Council members will assume their positions on July 1.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Tim Halbur
DETROIT, Jan. 24, 2012— Marygrove College has been named a finalist for support from ArtPlace, an unprecedented private-public collaboration of nine of the nation’s top foundations, eight federal agencies including the National Endowment for the Arts, and six of the nation’s largest banks. Marygrove College is pursuing the grant in partnership with the Detroit Economic Growth Corporation, University of Detroit Mercy Collaborative Design Center, University Commons and Mosaic Urban Partners. ArtPlace supports creative placemaking with grants and loans, research and advocacy. Marygrove joins 128 other organizations in 68 cities working to transform their communities by driving vibrancy through investments in the arts.
Sponsored by the Marygrove College Women's Center, Women's Film Wednesday is a series of documentary films by and about women. Screenings are free to Marygrove students, staff, and faculty. The Women's Center is an inclusive environment. All are welcome to attend.
Location : Women's Center, LA 030
For more information, contact: Rita Smith (313) 927-1402
Women’s Center (313) 927-1274
…a riveting documentary by Academy Award-winning producer Pamela Tanner Boll, Who Does She Think She Is? features five bold women who navigate some of the most problematic intersections of our time: parenting and creativity, partnering and independence, economics and art. Through their lives Tanner Boll explores what it means to nurture children and family, and keep the creative fire burning within....In interviews with the artists, and in some cases, their families, Boll raises important questions about how art is valued in our culture.”
“In this award-winning documentary, a difficult journey that begins in hopelessness and shame for thousands of women in Ethiopia ends in a productive new life. The film tells the personal stories of rural women who make their way to Ethiopia's capital, Addis Ababa, seeking treatment for obstetric fistula, a life-shattering complication of childbirth. Filmed in a starkly beautiful landscape, the documentary juxtaposes the isolated lives of village women who are outcasts because of their medical condition, with the faraway hospital that offers a miracle after a long and arduous trek—a ‘walk to beautiful.’”