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Failure to comply with Wayne State’s COVID-19 safety requirements can result in permanent demerits on students’ academic records. 

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Wayne State and the Campus Health Center have worked to ensure students, faculty and staff on campus are vaccinated against COVID-19.

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The Wayne State Transfer Student Club partnered with Go Team Therapy Dogs to have therapy dogs interact with transfer students on campus on Wednesday.

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The Wayne State campus community celebrated its annual homecoming week in person from Oct. 4 to 9.

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Activists with the Yemeni Liberation Movement organized a 23-day hunger strike to raise awareness about the ongoing crisis in Yemen in April.

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As Muslims across the world observe the holy month of Ramadan during the COVID-19 pandemic for the second year in a row, Wayne State Muslim students are having to wrap up the semester while fasting as well.

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When Amandeep Singh Jhajj, a 2017 Wayne State graduate, heard of the protests happening in India, he refused to simply stand by. Farmers across the country have spoken up —sparking one of the largest protests in history. 

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The days of sitting in a crowded restaurant are on hiatus, but many businesses are in need of support. Businesses at Wayne State and in much of the Midtown area have seen a decrease in traffic and people shopping at their stores. 

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The Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services hosted a COVID-19 vaccine clinic at its headquarters in Dearborn on Thursday, March 11 through its partnership with Meijer.

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Wayne State started the fall semester with the Warrior Safe is Warrior Strong Ambassadors program, which helps students understand COVID-19 guidelines on campus and provides resources to keep the community safe. 

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Coming into the fall semester, many Wayne State students were concerned about taking online classes and staying connected. Students have found creative ways to meet new people despite COVID-19 restrictions. 

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Since the transition to online learning in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many Wayne State University commuter students have not stepped foot on campus.

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Wayne State University saw an 18% increase in Hispanic student enrollment during the fall semester, but the community is still largely underrepresented in science, technology, engineering and math fields. 

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After Santiago’s Panel of Public Transportation Experts announced a 4% increase in peak hour metro and bus fares in October 2019, Chilean students began to organize a coordinated campaign to protest the price hikes. The students hopped turnstiles and took over major transportation hubs in Sa…

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African-American and black enrollment rates at Wayne State have decreased by 22% from 2013. Despite this decrease, graduation rates of African-American and black students have increased by 156% between 2006 and 2013.