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.”
Wayne State's Oakland Center will permanently close after fall 2018.
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?
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.
Wayne State and Corvias begin a 40-year partnership with the groundbreaking of Anthony Wayne Drive Apartments on April 21.
Raymond Durham, 61, has been charged for the murder of Wayne State Police Sgt. Collin Rose, Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy said during a press conference on Aug. 3.
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.
Wayne State offers numerous places on campus for students to worship, working to uphold its mission statement of preparing a diverse student body to thrive.
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.
As an indirect consequence of the diversity citations given to Wayne State’s School of Medicine by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education in 2015, MedStart, a B.S./M.D. program offered to 15 prospective high school candidates annually, has been terminated.
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.
Three Wayne State football players are trying to find a spot in the NFL draft.
The WSU bookstore will offer the price match program during the first week of classes. If students find a lower price on the same edition of a book offered by other booksellers, the bookstore will refund the difference.
The 33rd annual Detroit Jazz Festival hit town Labor Day weekend for another year of good old-fashioned family fun. Located in the heart of Downtown Detroit, the festival has spread to cover three full blocks of Woodward Avenue and the River Walk. Rivaling Arts, Beats, and Eats on the same weekend, the Jazz Festival did not suffer a loss. The four-day event presented more than 20 performers who brought the crowds running to Downtown for great eats and great music.
Head Coach Paul Winters said that most of the new players will redshirt to learn from team veterans.
Delta Epsilon Mu, a pre-health fraternity, founded their WSU chapter in 2015. In their first year at WSU, they have already worked to make an impact on campus and in the community.
“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.”
Editor's note: this story will be updated regularly as the university releases more information on the topic.
Even with all of the renovation work being done around Detroit, it’s hard to miss the electric-blue painted building at Forest Avenue and Woodward Avenue. On the inside, however, the exposed brick walls, abstract artwork and brightly lit dining room allow the newly opened vegetarian restaurant, Seva, to fit seamlessly in Midtown.
The three-year grant will be used to combat campus suicide and aid students who are military veterans and from marginalized communities.