Expecting a new place to grab a bite near campus this fall? Sweet Lorraine’s Fabulous Mac n’ Brews plans to open by the end of summer in the former Marwil Bookstore building on Cass and Warren Avenue.
Located in Detroit’s Central Business District just off Woodward Avenue, D:hive hopes to connect people with information, tools and resources that are provided in the city.
Students juggling time between school and internships could possibly reduce stress with a phone app developed by Wayne State’s psychology and computer science departments.
Wayne State students are angry over poor Wi-Fi service across campus, which they say is substandard for a university environment.
Wayne State students Erica and Jamarr Hill are currently developing an app called Transwer that would make it possible to avoid overcrowded buses and know the exact location of any bus on campus.
Wayne State School of Medicine hosted its fourth annual Golden Gala at the MGM Grand Detroit Hotel on Oct. 18.
Wayne State’s School of Business Administration and General Motors sponsored a supply chain competition for students across the country and Canada at the Detroit Marriott Renaissance Center from October 2 – 5.
Blackstone LaunchPad hosted a mixer last Friday, where students listened to Kyle Bartell, Wayne State student and co-founder of Sit On It Detroit.
Wayne State hosted Twitter founder Jack Dorsey, Detroit CIO Beth Niblock, Indiegogo founder Danae Ringelmann and other technology experts for Techonomy Detroit, a conference held on campus Sept. 16.
Wayne State was slapped with a $2.5 million bill – and they’re not paying
The Walter P. Reuther Library of Labor and Urban Affairs received a grant of $109,152 from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.
Wayne State is gearing up to compete in the EcoCAR 2 competition in Washington D.C. sponsored by General Motors and the U.S Department of Energy.
At a private business luncheon May 21, JPMorgan Chase & Co. chairman and chief executive Jamie Dimon announced a $100 million investment in Detroit non-profit groups and business organizations. Also in attendance were Mayor Mike Duggan, Quicken Loans CEO Dan Gilbert and Governor Rick Snyder, each of whom praised the commitment JPMorgan Chase said they will be making in the city’s future.
A new campus-wide competition is offering a combined $5,000 in cash prizes to Wayne State students, faculty and alumni for creating a mobile app that is relevant to the university community.
To celebrate the grand opening of their first Michigan location, Piada Italian Street Food will give away a free year’s worth of Piada to the first 100 people in line. Camping for the free Piada could begin as early as 6 p.m., Thursday Nov. 21. In order to stay warm, participants are encouraged to bring their own camping gear, as they must be present to win. Doors open 10:45 a.m. Friday, Nov. 22 at Piada Troy located at 2038 W. Big Beaver, Troy, Mich., 48084.