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With the struggles of online learning and lack of social interaction, Wayne State is encouraging students to take advantage of university mental health services available to the community.

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The Wayne State Black Student Union and the Social Justice Action Committee on Policing held a virtual town hall on Oct. 15, fostering a conversation around ending police brutality. 

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The Wayne State Warrior Meal Share Program, a collaborative program between WSU Housing, Dining Services and The W Food Pantry, aims to provide students with free meal swipes, donated by their peers, to reduce food insecurity on campus. 

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Wayne State recorded its first cluster of COVID-19 cases last week, President M. Roy Wilson said during his weekly video Monday.

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Editors Note: The next BOG meeting is scheduled for Oct. 30. An earlier version of this article said the meeting is Dec. 4. 

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Wayne State Student Senate discussed COVID-19 and several other health concerns that may affect the community at its Sept. 17 meeting. 

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Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences Director of Research Louis Stemmler said his research group of about 10 people would get together once a week to present and discuss research results.

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Construction on Wayne State’s campus resumed in late July after a seven-week hiatus due to COVID-19 concerns, pushing the completion date for all projects back by two months. 

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The COVID-19 pandemic has shifted students’ experiences. While current Wayne State students will adjust to a different college lifestyle, an incoming freshman class is going into the fall under new circumstances. 

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Wayne State Student Senate held its first meeting of the new semester on Sept. 3 to discuss the university’s library resources and new initiatives for students this fall. 

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The U.S. Department of Education’s new Title IX regulations went into effect on Aug. 14, requiring Wayne State —and other recipients of federal financial assistance— to change their processes in compliance with the new rule.

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Wayne State students began moving into on-campus housing this week ahead of the new semester, but not as many as in the year's past.  

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Wayne State Dining Services are adapting their operations to follow recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, statewide executive orders and the local health department to keep patrons safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The Nevada System of Higher Education’s Board of Regents named Wayne State Provost Keith Whitfield president of University of Nevada, Las Vegas at its July 23 meeting, which was live streamed on its website. 

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Wayne State announced the appointment of College of Nursing Dean Laurie Lauzon Clabo as interim provost in an Aug. 5 email sent by President M. Roy Wilson.

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Wayne State announced their fall class plans and changes to the way students will interact with the campus ahead of the upcoming semester in an email sent to the campus community. 

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Wayne State held a virtual presidential town hall on Thursday, July 16 to discuss the fall class plan announced to the WSU community via email on Wednesday.

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Wayne State announced the creation of the Social Justice Action Committee that will drive cultural change, inclusion and equity at the university, President M. Roy Wilson said in a June 30 statement emailed campus wide. 

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Wayne State Board of Governors voted to continue to suspend standardized test score requirements for incoming students through fall 2021 at its June 19 meeting held via Zoom. 

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While some aspects of the Wayne State student experience remain uncertain, Housing and Residential Life is already implementing COVID-19 safety procedures that will affect students living on-campus come fall. 

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In a virtual conference, the Student Senate elected a new lineup of leadership positions, bidding farewell to outgoing President Stuart Baum. The following students were elected to serve the 2020-2021 Senate term:

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On Wednesday, members of the Wayne State Academic Restart Committee held a virtual town hall to share the committee's ideas on how the WSU community can return to campus in the fall.

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President M. Roy Wilson said on April 23 Wayne State will most likely remain online for the fall 2020 semester and with the university anticipating an online fall 2020 semester, some incoming freshmen feel unprepared for an online college experience.