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.”
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?
WSU is promoting academic success and college enjoyment by opening a food pantry for its students this spring.
The awards ceremony, held on March 23, celebrated members of the university community who are dedicated to community engagement.
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.
Annual festival will again celebrate the defeat of the Nain Rouge along the Cass Corridor and beyond on March 26.
Once SOR accomplished their goal of funding a water well in Africa, they decided to center their focus on Detroit.
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 ROOTS culture show will be a celebration of African and Caribbean heritage through the effort of two universities taking place on March 25.
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.
String Avenue, a musical trio from Wayne State, earns campus-wide recognition for their weekly performances for the patrons of the campus fitness center.
Arts and culture programs in Wayne State’s community are set to face consequential losses due to proposed federal budget cuts.
Wayne State has made changes to the May 2017 Commencement schedule due to the record-breaking amount of students who plan to participate in the commencement ceremonies.
After participating in the Ford College Community Challenge Competition, Wayne State’s Full Circle Community Garden Pavilion Program is deciding to further its goals.
Refugee aid organization Syrian American Rescue Network spoke to students about how to help displaced Syrians in Detroit
Film critic A.O. Scott will hold the talk “Better Living Through Criticism” on March 24 on the purpose and value of criticism.
Paulina Petkoski and Samantha Schefman used Kickstarter and the Motor City Match program to start a hybrid gallery, event and consulting space for artists.
Wayne State is continuing its partnership with Detroit-based design firm Hamilton Anderson Associates for Anthony Wayne Apartments, coming in fall 2018.
The Oloman Cafe, run by Zlatan Sadikovic, his wife and two sons, who are both WSU alumni, opened on Dec. 5.
“I just don’t understand, you’re gay or you’re straight,” the girl told my professor in my human sexuality class. “[Bisexuality] is not real, it’s just a phase.”