Detroit

Fortune 200 automotive supply company Adient announced Wednesday that it would be moving its corporate headquarters to the Marquette Building in downtown Detroit’s historic financial district.

Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan announced Monday that the Detroit College Promise scholarship program, a part of the Detroit Public Schools Foundation, will be expanded provide full free tuition in four-year college programs to students who graduate from Detroit Public Schools.

On Burnside Street in Detroit, just northwest of Hamtramck, a greenhouse collaborative project utilizing old abandoned houses is only a few short steps away from completion.

Danyelle J Reynolds, lead of student leadership for change at the Ginsberg Center, speaks at the university's Detroit Student Service Fusion Workshop in Hatcher Graduate Library on Tuesday.

The University of Michigan’s first Detroit Student Service Fusion Workshop began Tuesday and featured lectures, icebreakers and pizza as part of a three-part series to teach students how to interact most efficiently and consciously with the city.

Detroit gave its own meaning to the word dally — which means to move or act slowly — during its largest annual street fair and music festival in support of the Cass Corridor community, the Dally in the Alley, on Saturday night.

An installation at the Heidelberg project in Detroit, MI.

Last year, the Museum Studies Program at the University of Michigan hosted Lonnie Bunch, the founding director of the soon-to-be-opened Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture., for a week of working on campus with students.

A sickout planned by the Detroit Federation of Teachers in the Detroit Public Schools system closed 94 of 97 DPS schools on Monday.

This Wednesday, MUSIC Matters will team up with Consider Magazine to incorporate the Detroit Village in their fifth annual SpringFest.

Kim Travis-Ewing, a Detroit Public Schools social worker,  speaks  during a panel on the condition of Detroit public schools at the School of Education on Tuesday.

During the event, panelists discussed what they considered misconceptions about Detroit Public Schools, such as deteriorating infrastructure, and emphasized how the controversy surrounding DPS impacts students and the school environment.

UM alum Jordan Zielke discusses the creation of Golden Design Co.'s "Born in Detroit 1889" mural, which he and his partner hand-painted on the side of Detroit's Carhartt building. At 200-by-55 ft, the mural stands three stories tall and overlooks I-94.

Two University of Michigan Art & Design graduates are working to bring a unique touch to sign-making in the Motor City.