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.
Refugee aid organization Syrian American Rescue Network spoke to students about how to help displaced Syrians in Detroit
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.
Update: On March 3, the Boil Water Advisory was lifted.
The event will include panelists that offer different perspectives on the topic of white supremacy.
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 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.
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.
Wayne State is continuing its partnership with Detroit-based design firm Hamilton Anderson Associates for Anthony Wayne Apartments, coming in fall 2018.
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.
The Wayne State Board of Governors add on an endowment scholarship to Sgt. Rose's honorary degree at their Dec. 3 meeting.
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.
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.
The socialist anti-war conference will feature the presidential and vice presidential candidates of the Socialist Equality Party.
Wayne State Housing and Residential Life, as well as Dining Services, have been aware of multiple sightings of cockroaches in campus spaces since September. Now, students are calling on administration to take greater action.
WSU College Democrats’ “Issues and Candidate Forum” provided an open discussion for down-ballot candidates to campaign and relay their messages.
Innovation Warriors, an expansion of Blackstone LaunchPad, are embracing their six programs aimed at a number of services: launch, hack, learn, fund, grow and connect.
Linda Brundage, executive director of the Michigan Coalition to Prevent Gun Violence and Corporate Counsel to the Michigan Gun Owners’ Association James Makowski debated the enforcement of gun laws in Michigan at the CSC open dialogue.
Wayne State Insiders were at the School of Social Work with Dean Cheryl Waites and Provost Keith Whitfield to tour the school’s new building on Woodward
JIGSAW allowed students to hear real-life experiences for people who identify with LGBT identities in their identity panel
BAMN Protest for civil rights activist Justin Cheong stops traffic on Warren and Cass Avenue on Oct. 13.
As a part of Wayne State's Coming Out Week, dedicated to the LGBTQ community, JIGSAW will host an identity panel.
Michigan Sens. Debbie Stabenow and Gary Peters, along with New Jersey Sen. Cory booker, stopped by WSU again for one final voter registration campaign.
On Sept. 23 the Wayne State Board of Governors approved a partnership with Corvias Campus Living and a raise to President M. Roy Wilson, increasing his salary to half a million dollars.
Dean Jocelyn Benson resigned to become the CEO of the Ross Initiative for Sports and Equality. Lance Gable has been appointed interim dean until a new dean is found, who will officially take office in 2017.
At the Global Festival and Study Abroad Fair, student organizations recruit new members and students are encouraged to consider participating in international study.
The WSU chapter of the American Association of University Women, the Warrior Women Coalition, created two $250 scholarships for both women and non-binary students who demonstrate financial need and identify with a marginalized identity, including, but not limited to, race, religion, sexual orientation and ability.
In his fall 2016 University Address, President M. Roy Wilson reviewed Wayne State’s progress, addressed shortcomings and discussed his goals for the future through the WSU community embodying the university’s mission on Sept. 12.
“Sustainability in Flint and Beyond: A Conversation with Curt Guyette” was the second annual showcase by the Sustainability Scholars Forum, highlighting the importance of environmental sustainability.
The WSU bookstore will offer the price match program during the first week of classes. If students find a lower price on the same edition of a book offered by other booksellers, the bookstore will refund the difference.
An internal memo by the EPA’s Miguel Del Toral, published by the American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan, said, “The practice of pre-flushing before collecting compliance samples has been shown to result in the minimization of lead capture and significant underestimation of lead levels in drinking water.”
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