President M. Roy Wilson received a pay raise in a contract approved by the Board of Governors with a 5–3 vote Dec. 7.
President M. Roy Wilson received an extension to his contract with a 5-3 vote at Wayne State’s Board of Governors meeting on Dec. 7. The contract extends Wilson’s term until 2023, including a pay raise.
Wayne State electrical engineering student Chad Gabon, like many other engineering students, says he stands at the crossroads between the auto industry of the past and the industry of the future.
Student Senate passed two resolutions during its general body meeting last night, effectively changing its election procedure.
As attendees entered Manoogian Hall’s African American room for Wayne State's Black Student Union's annual Kwanzaa celebration on Monday, they were warmly greeted and offered a zawadi — Swahili for gift.
It’s been more than a year since the W Food Pantry located at 703 W. Kirby officially opened its door. What was once an empty retail space has since grown into a fully-stocked food hub serving students in need.
Milky clouds of smoke can be seen exiting the mouths of countless students across campus. The smoke isn’t from cigarettes but from a flash drive-looking device called a Juul.
Wayne State’s professors union is filing a grievance on behalf of an academic employee whose attendance record is being probed by the university due to the lack of use of her parking permit, said Charles Parrish — president of WSU’s professors union, AAUP-AFT Local 6075.
Avalon International Breads vacated its spot in the Mike Ilitch School of Business the week of Oct. 26 — leaving the business school vacant of any retail tenants.
This year’s annual Edith Harris Endowed Memorial Lecture, delivered by Dr. Elizabeth Kita, explored the topic of mass incarceration through a psychoanalytical lens. This was the School of Social Work’s 31styear hosting this event.
Wayne State Police Department arrested a 54-year-old man outside the Wayne State Law School on Nov. 13, WSUPD Lt. David Scott said.
Three men have been arrested in connection with the abduction and robbery of two Wayne State students on campus in October, Wayne State Police Department Lt. David Scott said.
University Pharmacy, located on the ground floor of Towers Residential Suites, will close its door permanently Thanksgiving after ten years of business. The lease for the pharmacy will expire, and Wayne State will not renew the lease, said the drug store’s owner.
Since construction began on the roof of Chatsworth Tower Apartments in May, residents have reported water leakage and damage. Wayne State moved some students out of the building to temporarily reside in Helen L. DeRoy Apartments and relocated other residents to different wings of Chatsworth …
Along with Wayne State alumna Rashida Tlaib’s historic election win, former WSU Law School Dean Jocelyn Benson is set to become the first Democratic secretary of state since 1995.
This Election Day, Michiganders will vote to fill the two vacant seats on Wayne State’s Board of Governors. The BOG consists of eight publicly elected members and is responsible for choosing the university’s president, controls university expenditures and sets tuition and policy for fees and…
Towers Cafe will receive a 350-seat expansion and the patio seating area will be relocated to the south side of the cafeteria near the service lot.
A crowd of students and faculty came together today on Gullen Mall to mourn and celebrate the lives of the 11 people killed at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh last Saturday. The memorial was hosted by Wayne State Hillel and Hillel of Metro Detroit, an organization for Jewish college…
A woman who once walked Gullen Mall and wrote for the very paper you’re reading may become the nation’s first female Muslim U.S. representative.
A gay couple walks into a bakery owned by a straight, cis-gender male. The couple wants to buy a wedding cake, but the baker refuses service. The baker doesn’t believe in gay marriage, so he tells the couple he will not bake the cake. Is that legal? Is that moral?
The third, and final, statewide proposal Michiganders will vote on this Election Day seeks to amend the voting policies in the Michigan Constitution.
This Election Day, Michiganders will vote on Proposal 2, deciding whether to amend the state constitution by establishing an independent body of citizens to draw legislative borders.
The Detroit Police Department discovered 63 improperly stored fetus remains in the Perry Funeral Home, a partner of the Wayne State Mortuary Science Program, on Trumbull and Warren Avenue on Oct. 19, according to a report from the Detroit Free Press. Thirty-six of the fetuses were stored in …
Michigan is one of two states voting on the legalization of recreational marijuana in November. Currently, recreational marijuana is legal in nine states.
The Damon J. Keith Center for Civil Rights sponsored a special screening of the documentary “Walk with Me: The Trials of Damon J. Keith” on Oct. 17 at the Wayne State Law School.
A 21-year-old WSU student was robbed by three men who forced him into their vehicle and drove him to multiple ATMs until he was able to withdrawal money, according to a special crime alert from the Wayne State Police Department.
Former gubernatorial candidate Abdul El-Sayed gave a lecture on the nexus between criminal justice and public health on Oct. 17 at the Spencer M. Partrich auditorium of the Wayne State University Law School.
About a dozen Wayne State law professors signed an op-ed published in the New York Times on Oct. 4 urging the Senate to oppose Brett Kavanaugh as a Supreme Court justice.
Joumana Kayrouz, 1997 Wayne State University Law School alumna and famed personal injury lawyer, related stories of her time at WSU, her issues with self-doubt and her road to success to students at the Damon J. Keith Center for Civil Rights Oct. 16.
Wayne State students confronted a man who preached against their lifestyle choices, sparking an altercation outside of the David Adamany Undergraduate Library at noon today.
A 23-year-old male WSU student was robbed and carjacked at gunpoint near Cass Avenue and Putnam on Oct. 8, according to an alert sent by the Wayne State Police Department.
The Wayne State Residence Hall Association hosted a town hall featuring a panel of WSU officials to give students the opportunity to voice their concerns Oct. 8. The panel included officials from dining services and housing.
Columbus Day is a federally recognized holiday but to many, it represents the brutal reality of colonialism’s effect on indigenous peoples.
The group NO MORE had a booth in Gullen Mall at Wayne State on Oct. 4 to educate and raise awareness about sexual assault and domestic violence. The group’s major goal is to bring civilians together and teach the community about sexual assault prevention.
UPDATE: The student in question is now being medically evaluated at a hospital facility and has not been charged with any crime, WSUPD Lt. David Scott said.
On Sept. 26, Charles Shanley, chief executive officer of the WSU Physicians Group announced that the WSUPG and the Detroit Medical Center reached a five-year agreement in an email to the medical community.
Raymond Durham, 61, has been charged for the murder of Wayne State Police Sgt. Collin Rose, Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy said during a press conference on Aug. 3.
President Gjorge Ivanov, of Macedonia, visited Wayne State on Sept. 21 to give a lecture titled “Birth of a New World: Challenges & Opportunities for Generations Y, Z, and Alpha.”
Wayne State’s Board of Governors approved approximately $4.5 million for campus building renovations at its first meeting of the school year on Sept. 21.
A sewing machine, a 3D printer and a virtual reality game — some of the items that Wayne State’s new makerspaces offers to students.
Wayne State’s Title IX department emailed students a training module about sexual harassment on Aug. 18. The department is asking Warriors to complete the training program — Voices for Change — by Oct. 12.