COSW hosted its annual Take Back the Night event, which aims to spread awareness of sexual violence against women, on April 19.
Midtown Detroit Inc. and Wayne State have teamed up to clean midtown neighborhoods.
On Earth Day, WSU’s chapter of P.E.A.C.E. Journals is traveling to the Belle Isle to take part in spring cleaning.
Governor Rick Snyder, Mayor Mike Duggan and U.S. Representative Debbie Dingell, along with women business leaders, spoke at the first Committee of 200’s Reachout for Women’s Business conference in Michigan on April 7 in the Student Center.
The Journalism Institute for Media Diversity and the Department of Communications honors Executive Editor of the New York Times Dean Baquet on April 7.
Student activist organization Students for Justice in Palestine highlighted historic Palestinian artifacts on the second day of their Palestine Awareness Week.
Wayne State’s Center for Peace and Conflict Studies held its Peacemaker Awards on April 2, honoring Nobel Peace Laureate Jody Williams along with community leaders.
Wayne State has made changes to the May 2017 Commencement schedule due to the record-breaking amount of students who plan to participate in the commencement ceremonies.
The Board of Governors approved a 5 percent increase to dorm and apartment prices, as well as a 3.18 percent increase in meal plans.
The awards ceremony, held on March 23, celebrated members of the university community who are dedicated to community engagement.
Refugee aid organization Syrian American Rescue Network spoke to students about how to help displaced Syrians in Detroit
After participating in the Ford College Community Challenge Competition, Wayne State’s Full Circle Community Garden Pavilion Program is deciding to further its goals.
WSU PEACE Journals chapter hosted a talk on March 20 with cultural anthropologist Eric Montgomery and Outreach Director of Alternative for Girls Deena Policicchio educate students on the business of sex trafficking.
A DNA match has been found between the shooting of two DPD cops on March 15 and the fatal shooting of Sgt. Collin Rose on Nov. 22, 2016.
On March 20, anthropologist Eric Montgomery, and others with personal experience, will host a talk to spread awareness about the dangers of human trafficking and discuss just how common it is locally.
On March 24, the Wayne Law Review with host “The Changing Face of the War on Drugs: Mass Incarceration, Overcriminalization and Evolving Drug Policy.”
Female MBA students have the opportunity to participate in discussions and networking opportunities, with a chance to win $10,000. Applications due March 13.
Strike or sip tea, attend a lunch or check out art. Whatever you do, just wear red to show solidarity.
Wayne State alumnus Nick Rivera plans to run for District 1 in the Michigan State Senate in order to contribute to the community.
On March 2, Students for a Democratic Society - Detroit held a rally demanding gender neutral restrooms in every campus building.
The 2017 Michigan Progressive Action Assembly will discuss action plans to alter the political and social environment and begin change at a local scale.
Update: On March 3, the Boil Water Advisory was lifted.
Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, author of the award-winning book, "From #BlackLivesMatter to Black Liberation," came to Wayne Law to discuss the book on Feb. 28.
Wayne State’s Center for the Study of Citizenship hosted a discussion about immigration and refugee resettlement in the United States on Feb. 21.
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.
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