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  • In this guest blog, Collaborative Design senior Maggie Henderson shares her experience helping launch two new initiatives focused on giving the embattled city of Flint, Michigan a new life through design and entrepreneurship. Those initiatives— the Flint Ferris Wheel co-working space and the nonprofit startup incubator 100K Ideas—recently earned Henderson and her partners on the project a National Development Council (NDC) Academy Award in the category of Innovative Project Financing. Read More…
  • 2018 Valedictorian Andrew Zesiger dishes on how motion—in both art and life—has brought him to where he is today. Read More…
  • The idea of ‘love’ transcends the bounds of history and culture. It’s a concept that is continuously evolving, all while imploring us to take risks in its name. Read More…
  • Wellness is a special blog series that aims to promote an honest, open, and supportive culture of physical and mental health on campus. In this installment, Director of Counseling, Read More…
  • In this guest blog, Kendall College of Art and Design of Ferris State University (KCAD) Collaborative Design student Elizabeth Bush recounts her experience working alongside Read More…
  • Wellness is a special blog series that aims to promote an honest, open, and supportive culture of physical and mental health on campus. In this installment, Director of Counseling, Read More…
  • Each step forward in Angela Two Stars’ budding career is also a step back, into a rich cultural heritage that she’s using her creativity to help preserve and Read More…
  • 2017 valedictorian Ashley Bryant shares her thoughts on the fruits of creative community, staying versatile, and the importance of making the most out of every Read More…
  • Heather Seto (’16, BFA Furniture Design) thrives on being uncomfortable; it’s how she knows she’s on the right track. The recent KCAD graduate is preparing to Read More…
  • Angela Two Stars is making up for lost time. Though the KCAD Drawing student was born into the Sisseton-Wahpeton Sioux tribe of Native Americans, she had long operated with only a Read More…

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