Alternative Spring Break: March 6-10

campus beautificationAlternative Spring Break (ASB) provides Marygrove students with the opportunity to live the College’s mission of competence, compassion, and commitment AND have fun while doing so!

For more information about this year’s ASB, contact Barbara Beesley, (313) 927-1403, bbeesley@marygrove.edu

 

Wednesday, March 08
Experience work in The Mercado Hub, a food pantry in Southwest Detroit; Spanish speakers are a plus.
12:30 – 4 p.m. Transportation available. Meet in front of the Madame Cadillac Building

Thursday, March 09
Help women from Bangladesh sharpen their English language skills; work with an international trainer in conflict transformation; clean up yards in Detroit.
9 – 4 p.m. Transportation available. Meet in front of the Madame Cadillac Building

Friday, March 10
Gather with other Alternative Spring Break participants to discuss your week of service and your role as a future Marygrove Servant Leader. Lunch will be provided.
10 – 3 p.m. Madame Cadillac Building, Denk Chapman Hall

The Marygrove Art Department Presents “Playground Reclamation”

swing-1876334__340Marygrove students present “Playground Reclamation,” a documentary project that honors Nathan P. Lollo’s legacy to the community. This project will be shown until March 31.

For more information, contact Mary Lou Greene, (313) 927-1853, mgreene@marygrove.edu

Exhibit opens Friday, March 03
Liberal Arts Building, Beyond Words Gallery

The Student Show: Reception and Award Ceremony

20160805_204119Marygrove arts students will debut their work and receive awards from local galleries and the president’s office at this show, which runs until March 24.

For more information, contact Mary Lou Greene, (313) 927-1853, mgreene@marygrove.edu

Thursday, March 2
Noon – 2 p.m.
Liberal Arts Building, The Gallery

Marygrove Welcomes Celebrity Chef Max Hardy on February 28

the-right-ingredients-3With the conclusion of Black History Month, Connecting to the Grove and MCAP invite students, faculty and staff to welcome celebrity chef Max Hardy on Tuesday, February 28th at 3:30 p.m. in the Madame Cadillac Building, Main Dining Room.

Max has cooked for athletes and celebrities including former New York Knicks player Amar’e StoudemireP. Diddy and Serena Williams, just to name a few.

In addition to giving a live cooking demonstration, Max will share his story, talk about what drives his success and discuss the importance of giving back to the community.

Attendees will also have a chance to win a signed copy of his co-authored book Cooking with Amar’e & Chef Maxcel Hardy: 100 Easy Recipes for Pros and Rookies in the Kitchen!