The College of Creative Studies has announced a new partnership with the Plymouth Arts and Recreation Complex that will bring CCS classes to Plymouth. The first continuing education classes will begin this fall, and college credits will be offered beginning in January. Kaylie Seifert spoke with the Executive Director of PARC, Gail Grieger, about the collaboration.
The Detroit area is filled with many must see places to visit. Travel writer, Amy S. Eckert, chronicles many of them in the book “100 Things to do in Detroit Before You Die.” Bill Keith spoke with Eckert about writing the book, the best food in Detroit, and the challenges of telling Detroit’s story in 100 places.
The Humans of P-CEP Instagram page has been documenting life on the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park campus. Dunni Adegbite spoke with two students that manage the page, Caleigh Lin, Canton Senior, and Atharva Kharkar, Salem Senior. They talked about the challenges and pleasures of capturing life on the campus, and the opportunity to pass on the page to new students.
Luc Nyhus graduated from Canton High School in 2007 with dreams of making it big in music. Those dreams led him to Nashville, and eventually to gigs playing guitar for Big and Rich and Aaron Lewis. Rebekah McBride spoke with the songwriter and guitarist about his memories of Canton and Plymouth, his success, and the song Folded Flag.
Plymouth-Canton Educational Park’s Lightning Robotics team reached a new pinnacle this year when they claimed their first World Championship in St. Louis. 88.1 the Park’s Max Jenkins spoke with their Faculty Advisor, Jay Obsniuk, about this monumental accomplishment.