Student Post: Learning the culture in Europe

Nov 21, 2014

"Some things I learned tonight: In Europe, windows open inward not outward; their blinds are able to make a room pitch black, soundproof, and insulated; the lawn is forbidden to be mowed on Sunday."

"Some things I learned tonight: In Europe, windows open inward not outward; their blinds are able to make a room pitch black, soundproof, and insulated; the lawn is forbidden to be mowed on Sunday."

Kettering University Relay for Life raises more than $10,000 for cancer research

Sep 22, 2014

“It truly reminds people that everyone battles cancer in some way and we’re all there to fight back for those who have to hear the words, ‘You have cancer.’"

“It truly reminds people that everyone battles cancer in some way and we’re all there to fight back for those who have to hear the words, ‘You have cancer.’"

Kettering University students, Girl Scouts partner to spread STEM concepts

Sep 15, 2014

"This year, we were able to serve a lot more young girls and help encourage them to explore STEM-related fields.”

"This year, we were able to serve a lot more young girls and help encourage them to explore STEM-related fields.”

Kettering University hosting event for alumni, students, staff and faculty during Crim Festival of Races

Aug 12, 2014

“The University and Chevrolet intersection is one of the most prominent locations on the Crim course, and we hope to have a major Kettering presence there cheering on runners.”

“The University and Chevrolet intersection is one of the most prominent locations on the Crim course, and we hope to have a major Kettering presence there cheering on runners.”

Student Post: Wrapping up the adventure of a lifetime

Jul 28, 2014

"As sad as I am to leave this beautiful country of Germany, I am so incredibly thankful for the experiences I have had, for the places I have seen, and for the memories that have been made."

"As sad as I am to leave this beautiful country of Germany, I am so incredibly thankful for the experiences I have had, for the places I have seen, and for the memories that have been made."

48 Hours of Volleyball fundraiser returns, benefiting Carriage Town

Jul 25, 2014

“Carriage Town Ministries will be kicking off the tournament, advertising what they do and who they benefit."

“Carriage Town Ministries will be kicking off the tournament, advertising what they do and who they benefit."

Student Post: Exploring Italy

Jul 11, 2014

"The Pope speaks on Wednesdays so we really wanted to see him if it was possible. He was just a little speck and you had to really zoom your camera if you wanted a picture of him but we saw him and heard him so that was very cool!"

"The Pope speaks on Wednesdays so we really wanted to see him if it was possible. He was just a little speck and you had to really zoom your camera if you wanted a picture of him but we saw him and heard him so that was very cool!"

Service Saturdays continue to grow

Jun 5, 2014

“The fun thing to watch has been how these service projects have given students more exposure to Flint and its history."

“The fun thing to watch has been how these service projects have given students more exposure to Flint and its history."

Student Post: MIS is a learning experience for formula team

Jun 4, 2014

Reflections on the SAE team's performance at MIS.

Reflections on the SAE team's performance at MIS.

Help Renew the Avenue on May 10

May 9, 2014

More than 100 volunteers are needed to assist with painting and cleanup efforts along University Avenue beginning at 8:30 a.m. May 10

More than 100 volunteers are needed to assist with painting and cleanup efforts along University Avenue beginning at 8:30 a.m. May 10

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