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In theory, the state & community college system is one of the most egalitarian and progressive-minded institutions in America. Its goal is to make sure that kids who cannot afford to enroll in expensive private universities and colleges are nevertheless able to get a great education and improve their chances of climbing the economic ladder and making real the implicit American promise of social mobility.

25th September, 2014 | 0 Comments

An Innovative Tool for Visualizing, Understanding & Addressing the Carbon Crisis

For several decades Bay City environmentalist Pat Race has focused his passionate commitment towards conservation and preservation of the natural splendor and inherent value of our national resources through a profound two-prong commitment of education and activism.

11th September, 2014 | 0 Comments

For nine years now Bay City’s annual Hells Half Mile Film & Music Festival has successfully delivered a divergent array of cutting edge independent films & music throughout Bay City for a four-day artistic excursion that stands out from the predictable fodder of mainstream Hollywood by showcasing the work of innovative directors making movies carrying substance, weight, merit, and meaning.

11th September, 2014 | 0 Comments

Alfred and Jakobine Documentary • 4:30 PM • Delta College Planetarium • Sunday, Sept. 28th The only other screening of this film is slated for Washington, D.C., so catch it here in Bay City!  Hearts of all ages will fall in love with Alfred & Jakobine, the story of Alfred Hobbs, 84, who drives across America in an ancient London taxi to find the once love of his life, whom he left 40 years earlier.

11th September, 2014 | 0 Comments

Go Wild Event on September 13th at Saginaw Children's Zoo Brings Together Environmental Education & Fun-Filled Family Activities

On Saturday, September 13th several pivotal community organizations and businesses will be partnering up with the Mid Michigan Waste Authority to present their annual ‘Go Wild – Get in Recycle Motion’ gathering at the Saginaw Children’s Zoo at Celebration Square.

21st August, 2014 | 0 Comments

Editor, the Review;   I moved to Saginaw last summer. Stacey Gannon, Executive Director of the Saginaw Art Museum found me along with my work in Traverse City. Our mutual artistic spirit and creative intentions were an instant bond.

21st August, 2014 | 0 Comments

New Policy at Delta Broadcasting Necessitates Resignation & Raises Serious Questions About the Future of Public Broadcasting

Note from the Editor: It is with deep regret that I received the following submission from Delta Public Radio’s Trish Lewis about new contractual requests presented to her by Delta College that precipitated her resignation at the station, and hence the demise of her weekly radio show, The Eclectic Chair, which for nearly 10 years has filled an important broadcasting void by connecting local & regional musical artists with an outlet to have their music heard.

21st August, 2014 | 1 Comments

The Junior League of Saginaw Valley recently celebrated 80 years of philanthropy and involvement in the Great Lakes Bay region, engaging women from all walks of life to focus upon the power of networking and harnessing their talents to create a better community.

29th May, 2014 | 0 Comments

Editor’s Note: The investigative research team Project Censored, which sprang out of a journalism workshop at Sonoma State University, defines censorship as “…anything that interferes with the free flow of information in a society that purports to uphold free press principles.

13th March, 2014 | 0 Comments

Editor’s Note • Project Censored and The Free Press Years ago when I broke my first major investigative piece about how Saginaw County FEMA officials were downplaying the potentially devastating impact of the Freeland Train derailment, a colleague whom I respected that worked at The Saginaw News said to me: “It’s easy to find a whistle-blower, but remarkably rare to find one that will go ‘on the record’.

27th February, 2014 | 0 Comments

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