The event will include panelists that offer different perspectives on the topic of white supremacy.
Wayne State hosts a panel of Detroit and Michigan health professionals speaking on the current state of healthcare issues and possible solutions.
Wayne State professor tweets racist graffiti found in men's bathroom.
Alaa Al-Sabeh, a student with a goal to pursue a master’s in engineering at Wayne State now awaits the date for his rescheduled interview to obtain a student visa.
WSU associate professor Lisa Alexander showcased parodies of black stereotypes and classic American culture through the film "Blazing Saddles."
School of Social Work faculty discussed ways to keep the momentum from the Women’s March and social activism alive at Wayne State on Feb. 2
Wayne State’s Black Student Union hosted an open forum on politics featuring Detroit mayoral candidate Myya Jones on Feb. 1.
Representatives from the Higher Learning Commission will visit WSU on March 6 and 7 to seek student opinions as part of a comprehensive evaluation.
Wayne State’s preferred name policy, made official in November 2016, will become fully available for students to use in the spring/summer semester.
On Jan. 30, student organizations held a demonstration on campus to protest the immigration ban.
A in-depth look on the university's relationship with food provider, Aramark.
Michael J. Busuito and Mark Gaffney were sworn into their new positions as members of Wayne State’s Board of Governors on Jan. 24.
Professor and Chair member of the physics and astronomy department David Cinabro, among other researchers, has been researching how supernovae can be used to measure the expansion of the universe.
Wayne State’s campus was the site for protesters marching in solidarity with the Women’s March on Washington on Jan. 21.
On Jan. 20, the Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action, Integration and Immigrant Rights and Fight for Equality by Any Means Necessary and Students for a Democratic Society protested on Wayne State's campus against President Donald Trump taking office.
Black Student Union held “Talk that Talk: Town Hall Edition” with Provost Keith Whitfield for students to discuss academic success, financial aid and overall social support measures for underrepresented or struggling students.
Three-Minute Thesis Competition is open to current doctoral or master’s students for a grand prize of $750 and more. Students may contact their Dean’s Office for information regarding the competition.
BAMN announced a plan on Jan. 17 for a protest march against Donald Trump's inauguration.
Wayne State is continuing its partnership with Detroit-based design firm Hamilton Anderson Associates for Anthony Wayne Apartments, coming in fall 2018.
On Jan. 13, Wayne State held the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Tribute that gathered students, faculty and community members together to celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Jocelyn Benson, who served as the dean of Wayne State Law School for four years, was honored by the university.
On May 9 and May 10, 2017, there will be four Wayne State commencement ceremonies held at the Fox Theatre. Check out the full lineup.
Detroiter Keegan-Michael Key spoke to TSE on his role in the romantic comedy coming to theaters on Dec. 23.
On Dec. 12, the WSU community gathered to celebrate former Wayne State President David Adamany, who died at the age of 80 on Nov. 10.
Provost Keith Whitfield hosted a reception in honor of the Wayne State faculty who mentor and support undergraduate students in research and creative studies on Dec. 7.
At a press conference on Dec. 7, Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy announced that all charges will be dropped against DeAngelo Davis.
Charges against DeAngelo Davis will be dropped in the murder case of Wayne State Police Department Sgt. Collin Rose, according to a source involved in the investigation.
Black Student Union, Office of Federal TRIO, African American Studies Department, and the Office of Multicultural Student Engagement hosted the ninth Annual Kwanzaa Celebration. Kwanzaa begins on Dec. 26 and ends on Jan. 1.
The Wayne State Board of Governors approved the sale of the Criminal Justice building to Platform LLC for $2 million to create retail space, residential units and a WSU art gallery.
The Wayne State Board of Governors add on an endowment scholarship to Sgt. Rose's honorary degree at their Dec. 3 meeting.
The 9th Annual Kwanzaa Celebration on Dec. 5 will allow students to enjoy activities, food and to learn the importance of Kwanzaa.
At the memorial and vigil held in his honor, Officer Collin Rose was awarded the Citation of Valor, posthumously promoted to sergeant, will be given a master’s degree in police administration and will have an endowed $25,000 scholarship in his name.
The CEO of Haute Hijab and WSU alumna Melanie Elturk came back to WSU for her college tour, “The Next Generation of American Muslims: Defining our Role & Reclaiming our Faith.”
Updates on funeral arrangements, vigils, donations all in the name off Officer Collin Rose, a Warrior.
Community members gathered for candlelight memorial and march in honor of fallen Wayne State University Police Department officer Collin Rose on Nov. 26 at Scripps Park in Detroit.
Wayne State University police officer Collin Rose is on life support after he was shot in the head Tuesday night while on-duty, WSU Police Chief Anthony Holt said.
An on-duty Wayne State police officer was shot off campus on Nov. 22 at approximately 6:45 p.m. on Lincoln and Brainard Street.
The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences looks to better understand and better treat this hoarding through research and analysis.
The ELI World Fair was a part of International Education Week, a nationwide celebration focused on preparing students for a global environment.
Abortion Debate looks at different views of reproductive rights and the potential overturning of Roe v. Wade.
Assistant Professor Noa Ofen said her research is focused on the memory networks in children’s brains, which has not been studied extensively before.
“Dreams Not to Be Deferred: Supporting the Success of Black Men and Boys” allowed community members to discuss key issues related to how communities, schools and institutions can support the success of black men.
“New President, New Congress – What to Expect” allowed students to explore the outcomes of the election moving forward on Nov. 15.
Students Organize 4 Syria held a crash course on the Syrian crisis to cover the history of the Syrian conflict, the refugee crisis and post presidential election effects on Nov. 14.
In response to the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States, college campuses across the country have seen protests arise – including, Wayne State.
BAMN holds rally and march on campus against President-elect Donald Trump. View photos and videos of the protest.
While voting ballots on Election Day will list presidential candidates, they will also include the candidates for Wayne State’s Board of Governors.
Plans made possible by a grant from the McGregor Fund have put the development of non-academic basic needs services for students struggling with housing. One in particular is a food pantry expected in fall 2017.
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