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The noodle shop named Detroit Free Press’ 2019 Restaurant of the Year, Ima, will be opening its third location on the corner of Warren and Cass Avenue this November.
Student Senate unanimously passed a resolution to apply the 30% tuition discount for spring and summer semesters to graduate and professional students during their Nov. 7 meeting.
The lunch balance of approximately 600 students in Gull Lake Community Schools has been erased by a donation from the Officer Collin Rose Memorial Foundation.
Former Board of Governors, community members and students gathered at New Center’s Walker-Miller Energy Services on Nov. 12, calling for the divide to end against President M. Roy Wilson and several members of the BOG.
The Student Service Center director spoke at a Student Senate meeting on Oct. 3 about improvements students can expect to the center in the year.
An organization described as a far-right, anti-Muslim hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center said it distributed over 1,000 flyers across Wayne State’s campus Tuesday, Nov. 5, in what it calls a “stealth campaign to reach students directly,” according to a press release sent to The So…
Voters Not Politicians held a town hall meeting Thursday, Nov. 7, in Wayne State’s General Lectures, to discuss eligibility for students interested in becoming members of the statewide commission that will redraw political districts for Michigan in 2022.
Four Wayne State Board of Governor members voted to fire President M. Roy Wilson at a Monday meeting — but other members said they didn’t have the authority to do so.
Grow with Google is sponsoring a one-day training conference for entrepreneurs and those looking to own or grow a business at the Mike Ilitch School of Business.
Members of Wayne State’s Board of Governors said they were not given notice of the Heart of Detroit Tuition Pledge until the morning of the announcement, according to a statement issued to the press.
Wayne State’s professors union sent a letter of complaint to university officials on Oct. 23 about the notice period WSU gave to the School of Medicine’s faculty about possible termination.
This weekend, over 9,000 people gathered at The Masonic Temple for the ninth annual Forbes Under 30 Summit. It was a gathering to celebrate young movers and shakers.
On Sept. 17 a petition regarding campus bathroom quality was posted online; in the following weeks, the petition has gained 683 supporters as of Oct. 26.
Wayne State School of Social Work's student project group and Michigan-based Caring Majority hosted a town hall at the David Adamany Undergraduate Library’s Bernath Auditorium to discuss elder, child and health care rights in Michigan on Oct. 23.
The Heart of Detroit Tuition Pledge gives Detroit residents, or those who graduated from a high school within the city, free tuition to WSU starting fall 2020.
Wayne State Parking and Transportation Services said on Oct. 21 Structure 3 will be continued for use in partnership with the University of Michigan.
Wayne State’s Title IX director addressed safety concerns of sexual assault and harassment survivors at the Student Senate meeting on Oct. 18.
Wayne State’s PERIOD. chapter is taking part in Michigan’s first National Period Day rally happening at the University of Michigan’s Ann Arbor campus Oct. 19.
The Higher Learning Commission, a nonprofit that gives Wayne State its accreditation, received several anonymous complaints stating a member of the Board of Governors was violating HLC’s Core Criterion.
President M. Roy Wilson updated students and faculty on the halted Henry Ford Health Systems negotiations on Oct. 16 during his state of the university address.
Students and guests gathered at Gullen Mall outside the Purdy/Kresge Library to watch a ceremony in honor of Indigenous Peoples Day on Oct. 14.
The Michigan Nonprofit Association awarded $1.2 million in grants to New Michigan Media to get the word out about the census through 140 ethnic media outlets.
Attorney General Dana Nessel delivered a keynote speech at the day-long FOIA Festival on Oct. 12 at Wayne State, stating her dissatisfaction with current FOIA laws in Michigan.
The Power of Girlhood and the Wayne State Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies hosted an International Day of the Girl event at St. Andrew's Hall on Oct. 11.
On Friday, WSU hosted the Homecoming Out Celebration. This dance and drag show featured Eureka O'Hara and Bebe Zahara Benet, both who were on "RuPaul's Drag Race." Along with the drag race contestants, Detroit's very own queens — Sabin, Emma Saphire and Thrustin’ Bieber — also celebrated wit…
Midtown cafe Fourteen East will open its doors to the public at its new location in the Mike Ilitch School of Business this December.
Wayne State College Democrats hosted a Midtown Housing Affordability town hall on Oct. 8 at the Student Center ballroom and discussed the increasing housing payments for students and Detroit residents.
A Wayne State student discovered a white supremacist sticker on top of an electrical box in the Scott Hall cafeteria Friday Oct. 4, according to officials at the Wayne State School of Medicine.
A C-SPAN bus equipped with a mobile classroom and a production studio, parked at Wayne State’s campus Thursday morning to engage with students, faculty and community members.
Last night, a domestic dispute at Anthony Wayne Drive Apartments ended with a person allegedly using a knife, Associate Director of Public Relations Tom Reynolds said.
On Monday, Michigan’s Secretary of State and former Wayne State Law School Dean Jocelyn Benson spoke at the second annual Paul A. Rosen Constitutional Law Series, located in the Spencer M. Partrich Auditorium.
Members of the Wayne State’s Board of Governors continued to clash over the legitimacy of June 21 proceedings at the Sept. 20 meeting and approved fiscal year 2020 General Fund and Auxiliary Fund budgets, which means a 3.2% tuition increase for students next year.