In the News: Alternative Spring Break; preserving local history; celebrating women’s history

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UM-Flint History professor Thomas Henthorn and students at Old Calvary Catholic Cemetery.
UM-Flint History professor Thomas Henthorn and students at Old Calvary Catholic Cemetery.

Alternative Spring Break

Students at U of M-Flint Use Spring Break to Give Back

UM-Flint students tackle alternative spring break projects at Carriage Town Ministries

College course turns to graveyard to piece together Flint’s past

Women’s History Month at UM-Flint

Women across the globe to be celebrated at International Women’s Day Event in Flint

University of Michigan-Flint embraces women’s history

Christoper Douglas, PhD | Economics

Report: 17 Mid-Michigan municipalities facing underfunded retirement liabilities 

UM-Flint hosts College Night

UM-Flint College Democrats host Forum

How former Michigan autoworker Christopher Paul Curtis became a beloved chronicler of Canadian history

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