The reinvention of Marygrove College is just beginning.
Undergrads no longer walk the Gothic campus, since last month devoted only to 434 graduate students. The iconic Madame Cadillac building, its Pewabic tile floors worn by decades of soles, stands mostly empty, a reminder of much better days on 53 acres nestled between the city's Bagley and Fitzgerald neighborhoods.
The college opened in 1927 by the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary isn't yet dead. Its leaders and those who ...