Current and former Warriors speak about the benefits and rewards of being involved with nonprofit organizations.
WSU’s student involvement has prompted a new look at the university’s recycling process.
Wayne State’s student Formula One team throws the group into gear for the biennial race.
WSU has invested in veteran’s affairs to create a wholesome and welcoming campus to those who have served.
Combining language degrees with other fields of study are widely supported in many industries, yet WSU has seen a stark decrease in enrollment.
Local nonprofits like Little Free Libraries have been working to increase literacy and promote a positive image in Detroit, especially midtown.
Wayne State engineering students and professors are planning to make their mark in Washington D.C. to preach science, not silence.
Wayne State promotes an accommodating campus for students with disabilities.
Medical students are hosting their annual 5k to raise funds for patients struggling with certain diseases.
Paulina Petkoski and Samantha Schefman used Kickstarter and the Motor City Match program to start a hybrid gallery, event and consulting space for artists.
WSU is promoting academic success and college enjoyment by opening a food pantry for its students this spring.
Once SOR accomplished their goal of funding a water well in Africa, they decided to center their focus on Detroit.
A new student organization, Detroit Biodiversity Network, hopes to put the science hall’s greenhouses to good use.
Strike or sip tea, attend a lunch or check out art. Whatever you do, just wear red to show solidarity.
Wayne State's cricket club is currently crowdfunding until March 10 to pay expenses for national tournaments.
Paul found a home and a family at Detroit’s Freedom House but their federal grant is expiring in March, forcing him and the nonprofit organization to shut its doors on new residents.
Eastern culture meets western rhythm with Wayne State’s first ever South Asian a cappella team.
Wayne State's Adopt-A-Classroom program redirected its services by providing resources to beautify DPS schools and communities.
Wayne State's Love Your Melon crew has grown on campus and is already planning to make a big impact in one little boy’s life.
WSU’s prestige in fairy tale studies reaches far and wide as the university attempts to solidify a degree program.
WSU students have come together to discuss, organize and educate on behalf of environmental topics, because they believe it is more important than ever.
Travel through our solar system at the planetarium with Jupiter Jake.
A recent petition to make WSU a sanctuary campus has mobilized many students and has elicited a response from the president’s office.
WSU’s Alpha Gamma Delta dedicates this year's Gift of Life Challenge in the memory of Sgt. Collin Rose.
A new smartphone application will send a code every time a student/employee accesses Wayne State online systems.
After meeting with both Student Center Operations and Office of Risk Management representatives, NASO members and advocates gained approval to conduct ceremonial smudging rituals indoors in approved spaces.
When stress gets you down, try dancing around. WSU students have the option to shake the stress off by using dance as an outlet to remain focused and calm.
WSU may have adopted a smoke free initiative, but individuals shirking the rules and causing trashcan fires make students question whether or not these rules are actually effective.
Wayne State Professor Dr. Krysta Ryzewski has put together a group of graduate students to partake in the "Unearthing Project," with the hope that they will play a role in rediscovering Detroit.
Data shows an increasing demand for mental health services on college campuses. However, Wayne State’s CAPS has been struggling with a lack of funding and resources.
WSU students participating in the fall African Democracy Project spent two weeks conducting multidisciplinary research projects in Accra, Ghana.
In a five days, over $62,000 raised by 1,065 donors. Reactions to the GoFundMe and the student who started it.
The latest effort to equip Metro Detroit with a regional public transportation system failed, here’s a breakdown of the numbers and a look into the factors that affected this outcome.
Catherine Kay, newly-named director of financial aid, shares her vision for the future of her department as well as some advice on how to navigate the cost of college.
Where’s the party at? Mondays and Thursdays from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Swing Club. It’s popping and people are jiving in the Student Center.
Wayne State’s College of Education brought GO-GIRL to campus in 2002, in 2016 the program is still encouraging young girls to strive and thrive within the STEM fields.
Keep an eye out for Wayne State students making a special appearance during America’s Thanksgiving Parade. It’ll be hard to miss the sea of warriors guiding the massive Kermit the Frog balloon.
Studying abroad gives students the opportunity to experience what life is like outside of the United States. Considering taking a trip? Three students took the time to share their experiences.
A WSU medical program focused on asthma research has been awarded $2.74 million from the National Institutes of Health.
Local coffee roasters took the time to speak on ethically-produced brews, as well as breakdown the ‘fairness’ of fair trade
Presidential nominees were not the only names on the Nov. 8 voting ballot. Here are some other historic results from across the country.
Campus non-profit, Books for a Benefit calls on students to address low literacy rates in Detroit while facilitating a way for WSU Warriors to help take action.
WSU student Michelle Iqbal has lights in her sights, her goal is to raise enough money to make campus glow for the holidays.
In an effort to initiate constructive and educational dialogue about the ongoing domestic and global implications of the Syrian refugee crisis, an open speak out for all students will be held Nov. 14.
Campus sorority members say Greek life often looks much different from the inside looking out and their experiences prove stereotypes false.
In this election cycle, in addition to the presidential election, Michigan residents will also be voting for their congressional representatives, state representatives, Michigan Supreme Court justices, Michigan Board of Education members, board members for various colleges throughout the state and several positions at the county level such as county clerk and county sheriff.
Auntie Na’s Harvesting Unity Club is ready to welcome Wayne State volunteers with open arms as they continue serving their Detroit community.
Wayne State student Saurav Singh’s fantasies took flight when he successfully restarted a Quidditch Club on campus.
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