The Detroit Artists Market exhibition "We the Vehicles: A Tribute to Detroit Bicycle Culture" literally breaks down the art of cycling, showcasing Detroit's growing bicycle culture.
Some community advocates who oppose the Riverside Park swap, like former state representative Rashida Tlaib, speculate that there are covert monetary ties between Mayor Duggan and Moroun, but the only on-the-books financial connection between the two parties is $3,400 that son Matthew Moroun…
Months before the Detroit City Council approved the Riverside Park land swap with the Moroun family on July 28, Wayne State's investigative reporting class was in session.
Sharon Dolente, a resident of Hubbard Farms for nearly 15 years, says her neighbors, who couldn't be reached for comment, were recently ticketed by the city for blight violations.
Wayne State’s newest pizza place is a far cry from your traditional college ‘za. After months of anticipation, Tony V’s Tavern has opened up on 756 Cass Ave, replacing the long-standing Alvin’s, also on Cass, and is already finding a home in Midtown.
The Red Bull House of Art, located on W. Winder Street at the edge of Eastern Market, houses and nurtures artists from around the globe, bringing their art and inspiration to Detroit.
The Heidelberg Project, a well-known Detroit open-air art installation, has faced a slew of problems since May 2013. Nine arsons have destroyed a large portion of the project, leaving room for speculation and rumor about the organization. In order to rebuild and succeed, the Heidelberg Proje…
LANSING – Students from the 15 public universities in Michigan and union workers from throughout the state marched down Michigan Avenue and gathered on the steps of the Capitol building March 24 to protest the proposed budget cuts to higher education.
Wayne State's Forum on Contemporary Issues in Society initiative is aimed at addressing a broad range of issues concerning the campus and beyond. Shena Penn reports.
Faring the cold weather and snow-covered sidewalks, members of the Arab American Student Union and others demonstrated in front of the Faculty/Administration Building and throughout main campus Dec. 10, taking a stance against Wayne State’s decision to pull the Helen Thomas Spirit of Diversi…
Jacqueline Vazquez had to close the doors to Room 150 in General Lectures, but even then the Latino festivities could be heard through the halls of the building on the evening of Dec. 2.
Wayne State's Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Allies ended its Transgender Week of Remembrance events with its first vigil and rose-laying ceremony at the Student Center on the evening of Nov. 18.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is a particularly challenging illness, not only for kids who have it, but also for their parents. Wayne State is working to make like easier for both types of people.