Support Study Abroad by enjoying a play at the Detroit Repertory Theatre!

You are invited to attend an afternoon at the Detroit Repertory Theater featuring “Burying the Bones” by M.E.H. Lewis on March 18, at 2:00 p.m. This is Marygrove’s Study Abroad Program’s 1st Annual  fundraising event which will provide future scholarships for Marygrove students who wish to participate in study abroad programs. Continue reading

IHMs Elect New Leadership Council

From L to R: Mary Jane Herb, President; Mary Ann Bredice, Mission Councilor; Margaret Alandt, Mission Councilor; Patricia McCluskey, Mission Councilor; Helen Ingles, Chief Financial Officer; Sharon Holland, Vice President

The IHM Sisters elected six members to the IHM Leadership Council. They will serve the congregation from July 2012-2018. Continue reading

Marygrove Announces Keynote Speakers for 2012 Education Conference

Marygrove’s Education Department is pleased to announce two insightful and thought-provoking speakers to headline the Friday and Saturday 2012 Education Conference, Culture, Diversity and Learning. The conference will convene on March 16 and 17, 2012 at Marygrove College in Detroit. Continue reading

Save the Date: Upcoming Film Documentary

Marygrove’s English and Religious Studies Departments are sponsoring a film documentary entitled “An Encounter with Simone Weil.” The film will be shown on March 15, 2012, from 7-9 p.m in the Marygrove Theatre and is the only screening to take place in Michigan. Continue reading

Talking Back to Madame Cadillac – A Discussion

The following statement about Madame Cadillac’s trip in 1701 from  Montreal to Fort Pontchartrain in Detroit, is found between the Main Dining Hall and the Cafeteria in Marygrove’s Madame Cadillac Building:

“In 1701, this young wife and mother cast personal safety aside to cross 750 miles of uncharted and hostile Iroquois Territory to join her husband at Fort Pontchartrain…” Continue reading