Current and former Warriors speak about the benefits and rewards of being involved with nonprofit organizations.
Catherine Kay, newly-named director of financial aid, shares her vision for the future of her department as well as some advice on how to navigate the cost of college.
Wayne State’s GLBTA is now JIGSAW. The newly-renamed organization plans to move forward with new intersectionality, gender, and sexuality focused campus initiatives.
WSU’s Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program is a go-to resource for students looking to delve deeper into their interests and make substantial contributions to their field.
While most college students her age are finishing undergraduate studies, at 21, Ola Hadaya marched across the Fox Theatre’s stage on May 16 as the youngest new physician to receive an M.D. from WSU’s School of Medicine.
Launching in the winter of 2015, Humans of Wayne State University, inspired by Humans of New York, was created as a way to capture students’ thoughts and personalities.
Shortly before the 12th Annual Public Relations Alumni and Student Recognition Luncheon, award recipient and WSU alumna Jocelyn Allen stepped down from her high-profile job at General Motors to pursue other dreams. Knowing what an honor it was to receive the award, Allen was unsure that Wayn…
GO-GIRL commenced its 14th winter program early this year, bringing confidence to girls in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Detroit has not only become a place for new and innovative businesses, but also a place for artistic individuals to come alive. Through many diverse art showcases and performances around the city, Wayne State anthropology student and self-proclaimed “radical ballerina” Maya Stovall, is captu…
The non-profit organization Art Road began its journey 10 years ago to bring art education back to public schools that don’t have enough funding.
EDITOR'S NOTE: This story was edited for corrections on December 24. The South End apologizes for fact errors made in this story. The original version was published in our Business and Technology special edition as well and that story still has factual errors.
Wayne State biomedical engineering doctoral candidate Tonya Whitehead's hard work is being noticed by Tau Beta Pi, a national engineering honor society, this October.