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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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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. 

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On Aug. 5. 2019, the Indian government scrapped Article 370, a constitutional provision that granted the Muslim-majority Indian territories of Jammu and Kashmir the right to make their own laws.

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This story originally appeared in The South End's fall 2019 Back to School print edition.Americans are very notorious for not knowing anything about the world outside of their own bubble. According to the Department of State, only 21 million passports were issued in 2018.A lot of people’s ex…

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Have you ever made an observation, had a strange thought or confession about Wayne State that you wanted to get off your chest and share with as many people as possible?

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Whether your family bakes cookies while wearing matching pajamas or watches “It’s A Wonderful Life” on repeat, every family has its holiday traditions. As Wayne State students prepare to head home to enjoy quality time with their families and friends, some Warriors share their unique traditi…

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LGBTQ organizations and the Office of Housing and Residential Life are in the early stages of planning a space reserved for LGBTQ students in one of Wayne State’s residence halls. 

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This story originally appeared in The South End's fall 2019 Back to School print edition.

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Since the strike of roughly 48,000 UAW-represented General Motors workers began on Sept. 16, groups of Wayne State students have been organizing in their free time between classes to donate supplies, join picket lines and offer support in whatever ways they can. 

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U.S. Customs and Border Protection apprehended about 400,000 people at the Southwest border of U.S. and Mexico in 2018. Many people who have to cross the border face hardships and traumatic events as they attempt to make it to the U.S. safely.

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Wayne State’s Board of Governors held their meeting in the McGregor Memorial Conference Center June 21, approving a tuition increase of 3.2 percent and the Campus Master Plan framework.

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New Michigan Media hosted the Minority Media Summit at Wayne State on July 24. The event focused on how Detroit-based minority media outlets can help increase participation for the 2020 census.

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To close out Women’s History Month 2019, TSE will be publishing an article every day this week that highlights the accomplishments and goals of a featured Wayne State Warrior.

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To close out Women’s History Month 2019, TSE will be publishing an article every day this week that highlights the accomplishments and goals of a featured Wayne State Warrior.

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To close out Women’s History Month 2019, TSE will be publishing an article every day this week that highlights the accomplishments and goals of a featured Wayne State Warrior.

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We’ve all logged onto Academica — whether for its intended purpose of accessing university resources, or to scroll through posts during class out of sheer boredom. Academica is an online community that Wayne State students and faculty use to sell textbooks, advertise research opportunities a…

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Whether your family bakes cookies while wearing matching pajamas or watches “It’s A Wonderful Life” on repeat, every family has its holiday traditions. As Wayne State students prepare to head home to enjoy quality time with their families and friends, some Warriors share their unique traditi…

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Finding time for creativity during college — in between cramming for exams and writing last-minute papers — can be difficult, but a handful of Wayne State students maintain personal blogs where they explore topics like fashion, self-improvement and physical health. 

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College students are no strangers to balancing bustling class schedules with internships, jobs and whatever else life decides to throw their way. With the fall semester in full swing and finals season on the horizon, Wayne State juniors and seniors pass along some advice for maintaining sani…

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Wayne State alumni and One Hamtramck will reveal the first large outdoor mural to depict Bengali culture in the United States on Oct. 21. The mural will be located at 3105 Carpenter St. on the border of Detroit and Hamtramck, according to One Hamtramck’s website.

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It has been over two months since California-based Bird scooters were dropped off in Detroit. Just one month after its launch, Bird’s main competitor, Lime, joined the market here in the Motor City.