Detroit City Councilman Andre Spivey spoke to
Liggett ninth-graders about the challenges facing
Detroit. Photos courtesy of Ron Bernas
May 09, 2013The following article by Ron Bernas, Director of Communications at University Liggett School, was reprinted from Liggett Life, Liggett’s (almost) daily blog about life at the school. For more Liggett Life, visit blogs.uls.org/liggettlife.
Our oldest predecessor school, The Liggett School, started in a home in Detroit in 1878. Today, more than 130 years later, University Liggett School keeps up its strong connection with Detroit.
T.J. Rogers tells Liggett’s third-graders about the
work of Freedom House.
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