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  • Shannon McNamara
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Wayne State University kicked off the official yearlong celebration of its sesquicentennial on Jan. 26. The Campus Activity Team planned two fun-filled events to engage students and encourage the celebrations of the university’s milestone.

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  • Inas Ismail
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Before Apple released iOS 10.2.1 in 2016, older iPhones frequently experienced spontaneous shutdowns while the phone was idle, as well as a decrease in performance.

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  • Melanie Barnett
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Online classes have existed nearly as long as the Internet itself. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, in the fall of 2014, there were over five million college students enrolled in online courses in the U.S.

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  • Asha Patel
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The new semester has begun which means it’s time for Early Academic Assessment (EAA). At the start of the third week of the fall and winter semesters, Wayne State University professors administer Early Academic Assessments, a tool the university put into practice in Winter 2016 to assist undergraduate students taking courses below the 4000 level.  

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  • Jessica He
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Some people assume that since WSU is so close to Downtown Detroit that it must be unsafe and that crime rates are extremely high. However, compared to other university campuses, crimes rates are exceptionally low.

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  • Samantha Most
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Some experts believe coding could be the next middle-class manufacturing job, but it's at the very least a necessary skill moving forward.

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  • Aleanna Siacon
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Wayne State offers numerous places on campus for students to worship, working to uphold its mission statement of preparing a diverse student body to thrive.

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  • Miriam Marini
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Paul found a home and a family at Detroit’s Freedom House but their federal grant is expiring in March, forcing him and the nonprofit organization to shut its doors on new residents.

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  • Aleanna Siacon
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WSU students have come together to discuss, organize and educate on behalf of environmental topics, because they believe it is more important than ever.

 

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  • Aya Elsherif
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A recent petition to make WSU a sanctuary campus has mobilized many students and has elicited a response from the president’s office.

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  • Aleanna Siacon
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After meeting with both Student Center Operations and Office of Risk Management representatives, NASO members and advocates gained approval to conduct ceremonial smudging rituals indoors in approved spaces.