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?
Alaa Al-Sabeh, a student with a goal to pursue a master’s in engineering at Wayne State now awaits the date for his rescheduled interview to obtain a student visa.
Wayne State's Love Your Melon crew has grown on campus and is already planning to make a big impact in one little boy’s life.
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.”
The top two record-setting throwers on the Wayne State track team, Gabrielle and Elizabeth Herriman, are also identical twins.
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 event will include panelists that offer different perspectives on the topic of white supremacy.
WSU’s prestige in fairy tale studies reaches far and wide as the university attempts to solidify a degree program.
Wayne State professor tweets racist graffiti found in men's bathroom.
WSU students have come together to discuss, organize and educate on behalf of environmental topics, because they believe it is more important than ever.
After two years of lobbying for a campus area to practice Brazilian Jiu Jitsu safely, the WSU grappling club has been gifted with the space it needs.
Stereotypically, most college athletes are no strangers to sex, as being the most popular people on campus does have its perks. Coaches both on a collegiate and professional level stress to players that sex before competition, however, isn’t wise. Some believe that it drains energy and testosterone, not allowing the athlete to perform at the highest possible ability.
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The 74-year-old reflects on her art, activism and influence.
The Campus Health Center talks about sexual health and the importance of getting tested for STIs.
Richard Haley will deliver an artist talk at the Bernath Auditorium located within the UGL on Feb. 22.
Detroit’s newest public transportation system, the QLINE, is expected to be open to the public in April, said QLINE representative Dan Lijan.
Where’s the party at? Mondays and Thursdays from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Swing Club. It’s popping and people are jiving in the Student Center.
In an era of outspoken political commentary, heavy campaign advertising in the news media and passionate Internet blogging, individuals are subject to multiple channels of political influence such as region, family values and media.
Netflix brings “A Series of Unfortunate Events” to the small screen with dedicated accuracy.