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Featured News: March 23 2020
Message from College for Creative Studies President Don Tuski as of March 20, 2020.
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MCV/DEVELOP Gaming News' "Rising Star" column recently featured Danette Beatty, CCS alumna and artist at UsTwo Games in London, England.
In an effort to promote the good work done by CCS Alumna's non-profit the Empowerment Plan, Detroit Piston players purchased and are wearing the hand-made coats made by the Detroit-based company.
The College’s initiative to standardize sustainable practices is transforming the Ford and Taubman campuses.
The Design in the City program will pair emerging women fashion designers with neighborhood retailers during Detroit Month of Design.
CCS Product Design student Minwoo Lee has developed the product "Aria," a portable medical product created with the sole purpose of detecting malaria utilizing infrared light. Aria eradicates the need for medical specialists, expensive equipment and highly trained staff.
"The Office: A Day at Dunder Mifflin Elementary," written by Robb Pearlman and gorgeously illustrated by CCS alumna Melanie Demmer, follows a young, suit-clad Michael Scott on his journey to become the "World's Best Line Leader."
In an effort to introduce college-bound students to the lucrative entertainment arts industry and beyond, CCS will host two, week-long programs for rising fifth through eighth graders, taught by the College’s elite faculty on Grosse Pointe Academy’s campus.
Good Morning America recently featured CCS alumnus Mario Moore for the work created while a Princeton Hodder Fellow. His work pays homage to the campuses blue collar workers.
The Detroit School of the Arts Pathways Initiative brings together CCS and other metro Detroit arts organizations to provide programming that will enhance and expand the premier high school’s national and global reputation.
Now in its 19th year, the Military Friendly Schools list has come to set the standard for higher education institutions to provide the best opportunities for veterans and their spouses. This prestigious list provides a comprehensive guide for veterans and their families using data sources from federal agencies, veteran students and proprietary survey information from participating organizations
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