Author: Kateri Sollars

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Detroit Mercy Shakespeare production brings the laughs

The Detroit Mercy Theatre Company recently wrapped up its main-stage season with a production of “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) [revised] (again).” The play took place at the Marlene Boll Theatre inside the YMCA on Broadway and Grand River in downtown Detroit and ran from April 12-21.  Directed […]


Health humanities minor in development at UDM

The College of Liberal Arts and Education is developing a new Health Humanities minor program at the University of Detroit Mercy.   CLAE is collaborating with the College of Engineering and Science and the College of Health Professions while in support of a Titan Innovation Fund Grant.   Though the […]


OPINION: Detroit Tigers show promise in 2024

It is officially baseball season in Detroit and the Tigers are heating up in the first month of their season. The Tigers started off their season strong and began with a noticeably good record.   The Tigers were the last team undefeated in Major League Baseball before facing the New […]


Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority brings sisterhood to Detroit Mercy

The Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority (AKA) chapter at the University of Detroit Mercy is more than just a Greek organization. It’s a sisterhood dedicated to service, community and lifelong connections. Lauren Winters andNatasha Mickles are proud members of AKA at UDM, sharing their insights into why they joined the sorority […]


OPINION: Gun control a complex issue in United States

A couple days ago, I was reading an article on the rate and the impact of the violence that comes with robbery, car stealing and even killing in rich and wealthy neighborhoods in the United States. One of the main things that was being talked about was the resolutions and […]