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Peer Assisted Learning at the Undergraduate Library

Peer Assisted Learning at the Undergraduate Library

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Students learn from other students at Wayne State’s new program.

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play Wayne State students share thoughts on voting

Wayne State students share thoughts on voting

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In lieu of the 2016 presidential election, Jared Hoehing reached out to students of campus to get their thoughts on voting.

Coding: a skill for the masses

Coding: a skill for the masses

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Some experts believe coding could be the next middle-class manufacturing job, but it's at the very least a necessary skill moving forward.

Haunted Chats back for another year

Haunted Chats back for another year

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The annual Halloween event at the residence hall has been growing steadily since its inception.

Placing WSU statues in historical context

Placing WSU statues in historical context

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Some Wayne State students question the various statues around campus because of a lack of historical context

Talk like a pirate day celebrated at WSU

Talk like a pirate day celebrated at WSU

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Wayne State libraries celebrated pirate lore and stories throughout the month of September.

MoGo or NoGo? Bike rental service arrives in Detroit

MoGo or NoGo? Bike rental service arrives in Detroit

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Bike sharing has arrived in Detroit, to mixed reviews from users.

Undecided students find their paths through university resources

Undecided students find their paths through university resources

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While uncertainty can be a common trait among college students, the advising staff at Wayne State understands the struggle and offers help to …

Getting involved: New student organization spotlight

Getting involved: New student organization spotlight

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Looking forward 50 years, we highlight the newest of student organizations that hope to make their mark on campus.

Where we worship

Where we worship

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Wayne State offers numerous places on campus for students to worship, working to uphold its mission statement of preparing a diverse student b…

Wayne State strives to enhance experience of international students

Wayne State strives to enhance experience of international students

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With approximately 3,000 international students on campus, Wayne State is focusing on not only their education, but their experience at the un…

SDS provides students with disability accommodations

SDS provides students with disability accommodations

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Wayne State’s Student Disability Services can help students with disabilities, from test-taking anxiety to physical restrictions.

Students balance life as parents

Students balance life as parents

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Full-time students balance responsibilities in college, especially those who are also full-time parents.

Bamboo Detroit is helping creatives grow

Bamboo Detroit is helping creatives grow

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Co-founder of Bamboo Detroit, Amanda Lewan, was just named one of Crain's Detroit business's 20 under 20.

Wayne State students and alumni explore nonprofit sector

Wayne State students and alumni explore nonprofit sector

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Current and former Warriors speak about the benefits and rewards of being involved with nonprofit organizations.

Wayne State encourages going green in residential areas

Wayne State encourages going green in residential areas

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WSU’s student involvement has prompted a new look at the university’s recycling process.

Warriors race to the finish line

Warriors race to the finish line

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Wayne State’s student Formula One team throws the group into gear for the biennial race.

Student military veterans find support at OMVAE

Student military veterans find support at OMVAE

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WSU has invested in veteran’s affairs to create a wholesome and welcoming campus to those who have served.

Enrollment decline limiting language programs’ impact

Enrollment decline limiting language programs’ impact

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Combining language degrees with other fields of study are widely supported in many industries, yet WSU has seen a stark decrease in enrollment.

Little libraries popping up in midtown increase donation and literacy

Little libraries popping up in midtown increase donation and literacy

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Local nonprofits like Little Free Libraries have been working to increase literacy and promote a positive image in Detroit, especially midtown.

Warriors travel to March for Science in Washington

Warriors travel to March for Science in Washington

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Wayne State engineering students and professors are planning to make their mark in Washington D.C. to preach science, not silence.