Tune in every week to read about events happening on campus and in the city that you don’t want to miss.

Detroit Red Wings vs. Chicago Blackhawks - Tuesday, Sept. 17: Have you attended a hockey game before? This week, the Red Wings will be going up against the Blackhawks at a home game at Little Caesars Arena.  

FREE Ice Cream Social - Tuesday, Sept. 17: WSU’s Student Veterans Organization is celebrating Constitution Day. Share some free ice cream with members of the student organization at Gullen Mall. 

Global Festival and Study Abroad Fair - Wednesday, Sept. 18: Interested in studying abroad at some point of your college career? Stop by this fair at Gullen Mall at 10:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. for some information on WSU’s international programs, and experience some cuisine belonging to different cultures.

The Listening Party with Meek Mill - Wednesday, Sept. 18: Join the student organization, TLP, at 7 p.m. in Hillberry B at the Student Center for an event analyzing public health, police brutality and substance abuse aspects of Meek Mill's music. 

WSU Planetarium Show - Friday, Sept. 20: Wayne State’s Planetarium, located in the basement of Old Main, might be one of the only places to get a glimpse of the night sky in the city. Allow the planetarium staff to help look up and you peer through the light pollution at their weekly shows. Free shows start at 7:00 and 8:30 p.m, but reservations are recommended. 

https://planetarium.wayne.edu 

2019 Detroit China Festival - Saturday, Sept. 21: The festival focused on all things  Chinese and Detroit culture related returns to Hart Plaza for their second year. Detroit Chinatown is planning on a larger spectacle than last year, with event goers being given the opportunity to try authentic Chinese food from some of the best Chinese restaurants in Michigan. Tickets can be purchased online and will be sold at the gate for $15. 

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2019-detroit-china-festival-tickets-62047579982


Malak Silmi is the news editor of The South End. She can be reached at newseditortse@gmail.com 

Jack Filbrandt is the A&E editor of The South End. He can be reached at Jackfilbrandt31@gmail.com

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