2021 Detroit Mercy News Releases

Four Detroit Mercy basketball student-athletes earned Horizon League recognition as the conference recently released its postseason awards.

Detroit Mercy Theatre Company students and faculty and staff participated in the Kennedy Center College Theater Festival held virtually this year.

The word “civility” is frequently used in discussions on how to heal the deep political and personal divisions in this country. But a new book by Detroit Mercy Assistant Professor of Political Science Alex Zamalin argues that the word has been used historically to silence people working toward a more just society.

Detroit Mercy is recognized as a designated university committed to helping veterans and military personnel achieve success.

Detroit Mercy alumnus Joseph Alvaro understands that it’s how a person responds to life’s challenges that defines him.

Detroit Mercy has received a $25,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) for a series of events that will celebrate Detroit-based African American arts, culture and design.

John Freeman's new poem is a love letter of sorts to the University and the people and events who shaped him. It weaves together names of Titans men’s basketball greats and professors who influenced him and his writing into a brief and moving memoir.

From early at-home productions, to high school marching band and choir, music has been a constant in David Tumpkin 92’s life. Over the past year, the University of Detroit Mercy alumnus has used this passion to spread the message of God to children.

After a decade serving the Detroit community, Detroit Mercy's student organization dedicated to food justice is rebranding.

Detroit Mercy’s College of Health Professions & McAuley School of Nursing offers three 100% online graduate nursing specialties: Adult Gerontology Clinical Nurse Specialist (AGCNS), Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) and Health Systems Management (HSM).

The University is celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy and Black History Month with a series of virtual events and programs throughout January and February.

EDRA52 DETROIT will bring together professionals from a variety of disciplines and backgrounds to examine topics surrounding the conference’s theme of just environments.

Sweet Taste of Liberty: A True Story of Slavery and Restitution in America tells the story of Henrietta Wood, who twice survived slavery and successfully sued her captor, receiving the largest-known amount of restitution for slavery awarded by a federal court.

Detroit Mercy President Antoine M. Garibaldi and host Stephen Henderson discussed the University’s response to the pandemic, the McNichols Campus renovation currently underway and other University issues.

Detroit Mercy president and AJCU leaders speak out on Capitol Hill violence.

It took three years of work, but what has happened since Joyce Choi published a research paper on a disease she originally knew little about, could be life changing — for her and people half a world away.