In appreciation to Marygrove College for its support of Gesu School over the years, they are offering all Marygrove employees a 10 percent discount on their child’s tuition for the 2012-13 school year. Families who register by August 15 will have the opportunity to participate in various drawings. Continue reading
In partnership with the Marygrove College’s Master in Social Justice Program, the Michigan Peace Team invites you to a One-Day Nonviolence Skills Training for Social Justice students and community activities on Saturday, Aug. 18, 2012 from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. in the Marygrove College Student Center Green and Gold Room.* Continue reading
Marygrove College’s Institute for Arts Infused Education is pleased to offer its 6th Annual Summer Intensive. The Intensive provides professional training for artists, principals, in-service and pre-service teachers. The Institute has designed these training sessions to focus on methodology and pedagogy of integrating arts across the K-12 curriculum and to provide professional development for those interested in and/or working in the field. Continue reading
Marygrove President Dr. David J. Fike was part of a press tour that took place on Friday, Aug. 3 with Detroit Mayor Bing. The purpose of the event was to highlight the good work being done near the Livernois Avenue of Fashion, one of three “demonstration areas” for the Detroit Works Project. Continue reading
The Marygrove College library has a very interesting intern. Ms. Zsa Zsa Booker, a recent Marygrove graduate, has a fascinating, inspiring story to tell and we’d like to share it with you. We’re proud to call you a Marygrove graduate Zsa Zsa!
At IMD they not only learn skills in the arts but to share their talent with the community thereby becoming urban leaders!
MORE ABOUT JAZZ ON THE AVENUE
Detroit, Michigan – University Commons is hosting a Jazz on the Ave, August 4, 2012. On Livernois Between 8 Mile and Fenkel. From 8:30am to 10pm. Continue reading
In this era of domination, illegitimate authority, social violence, and spiritual disempowerment, faith traditions can provide a resource for resistance and reweaving human community.
Locally, Detroiters are ruled by various forms of “Emergency Management.“ What are people of faith called to do in this moment? Continue reading