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In 2019, Chief Operating Officer Jacqui Spicer gave a rare response to critiques of Baker when residents in Ferndale, outside Detroit, pushed back against the college’s plan to move its main campus there.The Nonprofit College That Spends More on Marketing Than Financial Aid|by Anna Clark, ProPublica, and David Jesse, Detroit Free Press|January 12, 2022|ProPublica
Located just north of Detroit, between 8 and 10 Mile roads along the Woodward corridor, Ferndale is easy to reach from major highways.Detroit : What to Know if You’re Moving to the Motor City|LGBTQ-Editor|November 24, 2020|No Straight News
“He had better,” says the Captain of the Ferndale very businesslike, as if the whole thing were settled.
"She's gone to Ferndale this afternoon to buy some more paints and drawing paper," replied Isobel.
She went to Ferndale to-day on purpose to buy a new block; her old one was too small, and not the right shape.
It was only when actually passing the stern within easy hail of the Ferndale, that her headlong speed became apparent to the eye.
In what way the captain of the ship Ferndale gave proofs of lover-like lavishness I could not guess very well.