Students have expressed discontent with the name of the Student Center convenience store since General Anthony Wayne allegedly owned slaves.
After voicing concerns about the current management of the club sports program, President M. Roy Wilson addressed club sports and Student Senate members.
New venues, partners and over 200 performances are scheduled for the event on Dec. 3. Check out this years updates and Culture Center-wide 70 free location admissions.
The Wayne State Board of Governors add on an endowment scholarship to Sgt. Rose's honorary degree at their Dec. 3 meeting.
In a five days, over $62,000 raised by 1,065 donors. Reactions to the GoFundMe and the student who started it.
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.
Freedom of speech is one of the principles the United States of America was built upon. It is a right that everyone who is born here or steps foot on this land is given. However, many argue that freedom of speech can go too far. My only question: How far is too far?
Is there ever such a thing as bad publicity? That old adage would have you believe the answer is no, and typically, I would agree — except, that is, in the case of a certain highly rated reality TV program by the name of “Hardcore Pawn.”
Amari McGee, captain of the Golden Warriors student dance team, discovered her squad was in jeopardy in the middle of a performance. While the all-female, multi-genre team danced at the women’s championship basketball game last March, the crowd began to push them back into the bleachers.
It’s just before Christmas, and housewife Nora Helmer (played by Ashley Shamoon) spends her time making unnecessary purchases using the money her husband Torvald has yet to earn. Torvald (played by Robbie Dwight) has just gotten a job as a bank manager, and Nora thinks that all the troubles are finally behind them. She happily twirls around the room in their apartment to the music, while hanging holiday decorations on the Christmas tree – a female mannequin in a Santa hat.
The Wayne State women's basketball team held off a late charge by Lake Erie to secure a 69-67 win in the GLIAC opener at the Matthaei Center on Dec. 1.
Edward Kingins, the founder and conductor of the Fort Street Chorale, will retire after 38 years. The Dec. 3 performance will be his last lead…
The Press will host its annual Noel Night used book sale again on Dec. 3.
The classic Christmas tale returns to the Bonstelle from Dec. 2 to 18.
The solo project is the latest musical venture for Viv Peyrat, formerly of Viv and the Revival.
Alex Way, WSU’s last talent show winner, released her first EP titled “Phases” this month.
New venues, partners and over 200 performances are scheduled for the event on Dec. 3. Check out this years updates and Culture Center-wide 70 …
Thousands of tar dipped white feathers exhibit traumatic experiences of the massive, growing numbers of displaced populations; their losses an…
The students of the Maggie Allesee Department of Theatre and Dance will showcase all that they have learned in the annual winter dance showcas…
The program was ranked #28 in the country by Best Counseling Degree's site.
Detroit’s Soul Songstress, Eryn Allen Kane, talks about her artistry, collaboration and message of empowerment.
The band will play back-to-back shows on Nov. 17 and 18 in Mexicantown.
Migguel Anggelo, a Venezuela native, will perform “Another Son of Venezuela” on Nov. 18.
The film stars Idris Elba as a rogue CIA agent trying to prevent a bank robbery. "The Take" releases in theaters on Nov. 18.
Moana, the main character, is the first Disney princess to not have a love interest. Amy Smeed, a Royal Oak native, is the co-head of animation.
The annual convention returns for its eighth year celebrating African American artists, writers, publishers and animators.
Looking for a place to sing shamelessly in front of a group of strangers? No worries, Detroit’s got you covered.
The event is expected to draw a crowd of 10,000 on Nov. 6.
Eight members of the WSU community were featured in the event.
Lady Gaga's fifth studio album "Joanne," released on Oct. 21, has a significantly different sound than her previous albums.