Get to know: John Rectenwald ’68, supporting efforts to improve vision in West Africa

John Rectenwald ’68 knows process. After earning a bachelor’s degree in Architecture, he spent five years in the Navy, became a decorated Vietnam War vet and was a member of the White House military staff where he ran the operations at Camp David.  He returned to Michigan and worked for …

Alumna named Michigan’s Tutor of the Year

Detroit Mercy Psychology graduate student Christina Nguyen has received the Michigan Tutorial Association’s (MTA) Tutor-of-the-Year Award. She was honored at the MTA Connections Conference on Friday, Nov. 2, at Wayne State University. Susan Trudeau, director of Detroit Mercy’s Student Success Center, nominated Nguyen based on her dedicated service and commitment …

Some fun for Halloween

Safety Street 2018 was skele-tons of fun The annual event welcomes young children from the neighborhoods to campus to trick-or-treat in a safe environment. More than 1,765 pounds of candy was donated by Detroit Mercy student organizations, faculty, staff and administrators and was distributed by fraternities, sororities and student organizations …

Let’s talk Detroit Mercy basketball!

Basketball season is right around the corner and that means the return of the the University of Detroit Mercy Basketball Coaches Show starting tonight. Tonight’s show will be broadcast live from 7-8 p.m. on 910 AM Superstation from Dino’s Lounge in Ferndale. The new Voice of Men’s Basketball, Dan Hasty, …