While uncertainty can be a common trait among college students, the advising staff at Wayne State understands the struggle and offers help to undecided students or students seeking to change their major.
In lieu of the 2016 presidential election, Jared Hoehing reached out to students of campus to get their thoughts on voting.
The Mike Ilitch School of Business unveiled its new sign on the Prentis building. Reporter Alisha Dixon was at the scene. Filmed by Charlie Kadado.
Adams Field saw its second highest number of attendance on Saturday with 5,347 people to watch the homecoming game. Final score 17 Warriors - 38 Grand Valley Sate University.
A supermoon is when the Moon is in its closest orbit to Earth and the eclipse made the Moon appear red. It last occurred in 1982 and will not be back before 2033.
Rallies erupted across the nation over the future of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival, including people in our own backyard. Elijah Baker reports on the Wayne State students and metro Detroiters standing in support of the DACA program that serves nearly 800,000 Dreamers who live and work in the country.
Looking forward 50 years, we highlight the newest of student organizations that hope to make their mark on campus.
Wayne State offers numerous places on campus for students to worship, working to uphold its mission statement of preparing a diverse student b…
With approximately 3,000 international students on campus, Wayne State is focusing on not only their education, but their experience at the un…
Wayne State’s Student Disability Services can help students with disabilities, from test-taking anxiety to physical restrictions.
Full-time students balance responsibilities in college, especially those who are also full-time parents.
Co-founder of Bamboo Detroit, Amanda Lewan, was just named one of Crain's Detroit business's 20 under 20.
Current and former Warriors speak about the benefits and rewards of being involved with nonprofit organizations.
WSU’s student involvement has prompted a new look at the university’s recycling process.
Wayne State’s student Formula One team throws the group into gear for the biennial race.
WSU has invested in veteran’s affairs to create a wholesome and welcoming campus to those who have served.
Combining language degrees with other fields of study are widely supported in many industries, yet WSU has seen a stark decrease in enrollment.
Local nonprofits like Little Free Libraries have been working to increase literacy and promote a positive image in Detroit, especially midtown.
Wayne State engineering students and professors are planning to make their mark in Washington D.C. to preach science, not silence.
Wayne State promotes an accommodating campus for students with disabilities.
Medical students are hosting their annual 5k to raise funds for patients struggling with certain diseases.
Paulina Petkoski and Samantha Schefman used Kickstarter and the Motor City Match program to start a hybrid gallery, event and consulting space…
WSU is promoting academic success and college enjoyment by opening a food pantry for its students this spring.
Once SOR accomplished their goal of funding a water well in Africa, they decided to center their focus on Detroit.
A new student organization, Detroit Biodiversity Network, hopes to put the science hall’s greenhouses to good use.