University comes together to clean up McNichols Campus

November 18, 2022
Titan staff and faculty rake leaves and pull weeds outdoors on the McNichols Campus during a clean-up event.

More than 100 staff members, administrators and faculty participated in the first Fall Clean-Up Day on Nov. 9.

Volunteers were divided into work crews and raked leaves, trimmed plants for the winter and picked up trash on the McNichols Campus. They were rewarded with a lunch of hamburgers and hot dogs grilled by staff volunteers.

The event was designed by University President Donald Taylor to build community on the campus among departments. Another will be planned in the spring, just before Commencement ceremonies.

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A man trims a tree outside of a building on the McNichols Campus.
Three women in Detroit Mercy gear stand outside with rakes and pose for a photo.
Three women help clean-up the McNichols Campus.
Two men rake leaves outdoors on the McNichols Campus with buildings in the background.
Two women wearing Detroit Mercy attire rakes leaves with Lansing-Reilly Hall in the background on the McNichols Campus.