Democracy Matters Event Happens Monday, November 2 from 3:00-5:00 p.m. in the Main Dining Room
Democracy Matters, Marygrove College chapter is hosting a teach-in on money and politics, and how money in politics affect virtually every issue in the United States. We will have four main speakers, speaking on four topics we feel affect the Marygrove College community and the community, state, and nation as a whole.
Student Introduction of the chapter: Leo Kopack and Denzel Washington
American Political System: Dr. Diane McMillan (Marygrove College)
Economics in Poverty: Julia Cuneo (People’s Water Board)
Women’s Rights: Dr. Mary Byrnes (Marygrove College)
Civil Rights: Elliot Hall (Former Black Panther Lawyer, former NAACP Pres. current Vice-Pres. Ford Motor Company)
Closing: Dr. Frank Rashid (Marygrove College)
Photo credit: Loving Earth / Foter / CC BY-NC-SA
The San Juan Neighborhood Association and the Marygrove College Mission Integration/Campus Ministry Department need your help in providing candy and a special Halloween celebration for the children of the community. We are asking for donations of candy and for folks on campus to join the neighborhood leaders in hosting our second annual “Truck or Treat” event! We are gathering near McNichols and San Juan from 5 PM until 7 PM on Friday October 30th.
If you can’t attend bring candy to the Mission Integration/Campus Ministry Office SC 229 or call and someone will pick it up!
If you can attend and want to caravan to the site I will transport students at 4:45 PM from the Madame Cadillac Building on Friday October 30th.
Director of Mission Integration
Check out this goal from yesterday’s Mustang Soccer game!
Not only has this clip been shared by Fox Sports/Fox Soccer, it will also air on Fox Sports 1 tonight!
We’d also like to give a shout-out to Marygrove junior Jeremy Otto, the play-by-play voice on the goal call, and Marygrove freshman Brendan Johnson, who was the color commentator.