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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…

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“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. 

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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.

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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. 

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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…

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#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.

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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,…

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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.

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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.

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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. 

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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. 

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The world-renowned works of the famous impressionist painter, Claude Monet, are being showcased in an exhibit at the Detroit Institute of Arts.

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The annual Meridian Winter Blast returns to Detroit this year. The festival in Campus Martius Park runs from Friday, Jan. 26 - Sunday, Jan. 28. The event features various activities for the whole family to enjoy, including skiing and zip lining, a variety of food trucks and live entertainment featuring Detroit artists and DJs from the Movement Festival.

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Emagine Theater is giving discounted tickets to Wayne State students and staff. At any Metro Detroit Emagine Theater, students and staff can show their Wayne State OneCard to receive one movie ticket and a free small popcorn.

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Actress Beanie Feldstein opens up about her experience on the set of "Lady Bird" where she plays a chubby loyal friend opposite leading lady Saoirse Ronan. 

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The fall choral showcase featured four Wayne State choir ensembles in a performance at the Schaver Music Recital Hall on Oct. 1

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A score of documentary filmmakers including Morgan Spurlock, Barbara Kopple and Steve James spoke at the DIA on Oct. 7 on the importance of the genre.