To honor Detroit’s history, Preservation Detroit and Wayne State University are presenting an architectural tour for residents, students and visitors of the city.
Dally in the Alley, the annual alt-street fair, took place Sept. 7 in Midtown. The annual party celebrated its 42nd birthday and showcased local artists, performers and businesses. Here are some highlights from Detroit's biggest block party.
Wayne State department of music welcomed new and returning students back to campus at their annual convocation Aug. 30 at the Schaver Music Recital Hall.
On July 28, CNN hosted an event at Saint Andrew's Hall. A panel was held with Jake Tapper, Nia-Malika Henderson, W. Kamau Bell and Jennifer Granholm where the group discussed the Democratic presidential debates, the current administration in the White House and race relations. The panel was …
The 2019 Mo Pop music festival took place on July 27 and 28 at West Riverfront Park. Headlining this year’s festival was Vampire Weekend on Saturday and Tame Impala on Sunday.
Friends, family, faculty and former students gathered on Sunday to celebrate the life and work of Joel Silvers, a recently deceased lecturer from the College of Fine, Performing and Communication Arts.
The Detroit Free Press will be hosting its sixth annual film festival, beginning April 10 through April 14. The documentary-centered festival partnered with Wayne State this year to bring movies and panels to campus.
The Visual Culture Student Group at Wayne State will hold their eighth annual symposium on April 12, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., in the Student Center and Community Arts Building.
The spirit of “I AM,” a new play by the Freedom Players, an ensemble of Wayne State’s Black Theater and Dance Program, is one of liberation. It embodies struggles with race, identity, culture, societal constructs and sexuality. Through its diverse perspectives, “I AM” unpacks categorization …
Pusha-T performed with 10 up-and-coming artists at an exclusive concert the Garden Theater last night.
According to legend, Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac cursed Detroit because he didn’t listen to a fortuneteller’s warning: “You will found a great city,” she prophesized, “but you will die in ruin unless you regard the Nain Rouge.” When the Nain Rouge, or “red dwarf,” appeared, Cadillac smacked…
During his first semester of college, Satyam Joseph, a finance and global supply chain management major, was looking for a group to join on campus, he said. He met members of Wayne Ki Awaaz during Festifall and decided to join. Since then, he has never looked back.
Wayne State first lady Jacqueline Wilson is passing on career, life and beauty advice on her new weekly podcast “First Thought,” which premieres this Monday.
The Detroit Institute of Arts and Midtown Detroit, Inc. unveiled the final three designs for the DIA Plaza and Midtown Cultural Connections international competition on Wednesday.
With a synthesizer, MIDI keyboard and electronic drum set scattered about, the Electronic Music Performance Lab, located in Old Main, does not resemble other music classrooms at Wayne State.
With winter in full swing, many students are dreading the long walk to class in the cold, snowy weather. Luckily, there’s a variety of inexpensive cafes on and around campus, which makes finding a warm cup of hot chocolate between classes is easy.
From Mabel Normand to Lois Weber and other female filmmakers buried by time, Cinema Detroit is showcasing the works of female pioneers in the film industry.
Students may have developed stronger bonds with each other after attending the third annual poetry slam on Oct. 31, organized by Phi Beta Sigma.
Jeffrey Eugenides, author of “The Virgin Suicides” and Detroit native, spoke at Wayne State on Oct. 24 as part of the Department of English’s Open Field Reading Series. This event was put on in cooperation with Pages Bookshop.
With over 27 creative programs at Wayne State, there's no shortage of diverse artists to discover on campus. Many artists are unique in age, style and choice of medium. This group of 10 artists includes photographers, musicians, producers and many more. Here, in no particular order, are your…
“Xtigone,” directed by Wayne State associate theater professor Cheryl Turski, is a modern take on Sophocles’ “Antigone.” The play portrays the Greek tale from the point of view of a young woman living in present-day Chicago.
One of the most exciting aspects about learning and living in Detroit is the eclectic music experiences students can be a part of. The city’s lively music scene leaves fans with a plethora of events to choose from, so it is important to be on the lookout for the latest and most affordable events.
With the advent of television streaming services like Netflix and Hulu, binge-watching has become a cultural staple — especially for college students. Binge-watching can be a perfect escape from the everyday grind of work, school and other stressors for many students.
"White Boy Rick," which hit theaters Friday, tells the story of Richard Wershe Jr., a Detroit teenager who was the youngest FBI informant in history.
In Detroit’s dynamic Belt alley, there’s a door with a red neon sign with four, bright X’s over it. Through the door is a venue that is solely illuminated by black lights and bright neon artwork plastered over every inch of the walls and floor. It’s the ultimate psychedelic, acid-saturated d…
On the stage of the Schaver Music Recital Hall in Old Main are a drum set, a guitar amp and an upright bass. The hall is filled with Wayne State students and faculty awaiting the start of the music convocation.
To add to the long list of events taking place the first month of the semester, another exciting midtown staple is set to kick off early September.
#MeToo is more than a hashtag — it is a catalyst ripping open discussion about sexual assault in the U.S. and across the globe. The hashtag has given the opportunity for victims to share and connect with others through their stories.
Earlier this year, Wayne State’s Board of Governors approved a plan to expand the Hilberry Theatre and permanently close the Bonstelle Theatre.
Three Wayne State students felt frustrated with the lack of creative media platforms in Detroit. After spending countless hours reading blogs based out of cities such as New York or Los Angeles, the students were inspired to start their very own blog. This led to the birth of La Vie Détroit,…
Wayne State’s Underground Theatre, a group of students putting on experimental plays in the basement of the Hillberry Theatre, began their fifth season on June 21.
Club Virago, a multidisciplinary art collective founded by a Wayne State student in March, will be hosting its first event, The Dog Bite, at the Korner Bar in Hamtramck on June 28.
In honor of Women’s History Month, here is a list compiled of some of the most inspirational and impactful artists that had their start right here in metro Detroit.
The Marvel blockbuster Black Panther came into theaters last weekend with record-breaking numbers. However, this film defies the standard superhero movie that comes with hyper-masculine white male leads. The latest installment provides the most diverse superhero movie and succeeds on every level.
Sarah Kayed has been writing poetry from an early age and has recently decided to compile her poems and publish her first poetry book titled “The Way the Sun Sets” in December 2017.