The Wayne State Student Senate is working to establish a Center for Sexual Assault on campus.
Editor's Note: This article has been updated to correct factual errors. The WSU official involved with a Naloxone proposal is Interim Associate Dean for Pharmacy Susan Davis, not Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Dean Brian Cummings.
Wayne State officials decided not to pursue legal action against the LaRouche Organization following recent controversial incidents on campus.
One Wayne State medical student celebrated their induction ceremony at home on Sept. 1, as the School of Medicine’s White Coat Ceremony was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Editor's Note: The LaRouche Organization display was set up on Anthony Wayne Drive, near Yousif B. Ghafari Hall, while Student Organization Day was held on Gullen Mall. WSU Police Chief Anthony Holt said the display was set up from 12:30-2 p.m. Student Organization Day ran from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Wayne State is requiring all students, faculty and staff who will be on campus during the fall and/or winter 2022 semester to get a flu shot, College of Nursing Dean Laurie Lauzon Clabo said in an email to the campus community Monday.
Wayne State Student Senate passed a resolution requiring senators to complete Mental Health First Aid Training at its in-person meeting Thursday.
Wayne State is extending its indoor mask mandate for at least four more weeks, College of Nursing Dean Laurie Lauzon Clabo said in an email to the campus community Tuesday.
The Wayne State Campus Health Committee provided updates on the status of COVID-19 on campus and how students, faculty and staff can prepare for this academic year at a virtual campus health town hall Thursday.
Wayne State Student Senate reviewed fall operations for the Undergraduate Library and Purdy-Kresge Library and passed two resolutions regarding mental health at its virtual meeting Thursday.
Editor's Note: This article has been updated to correct a factual error. A previous version of this article erroneously identified Claude Steele as Gregory Steele.
Wayne State’s Campus Health Committee provided updated COVID-19 developments and their impact at a biweekly virtual campus health town hall Thursday.
Wayne State will require the COVID-19 vaccine for all students, faculty and staff on campus this fall, President M. Roy Wilson announced in an email to the campus community Tuesday.
Wayne State Student Senate discussed how to inform the student body about a free student transportation proposal in its virtual meeting Thursday.
Former University of Kentucky College of Arts and Sciences Dean Kentucky Mark Kornbluh began serving as Wayne State provost and senior vice president of academic affairs on July 1.
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.
The Wayne State Board of Governors unanimously approved a 3.9% tuition increase for undergraduate and graduate students at a hybrid meeting on Friday.
The Wayne State Dean of Students Office and the Office of Housing and Residential Life hosted a virtual town hall Monday on their fall campus reopening plans.
Wayne State Student Senate discussed President M. Roy Wilson's recent email, which criticized Senate’s statement on Palestine, at its virtual meeting Thursday.
Editor's Note: This article has been updated to include an embed of the Wayne State Student Senate statement on Palestine. An earlier version included only a link to the statement.
The Wayne State Student Senate debated its role to address the ongoing crisis in Palestine in a four hour virtual General Body Meeting Thursday.
Wayne State’s Office of Multicultural Student Engagement and Dean of Students Office hosted “Looking Ahead to Juneteenth: Financial Wellness in Communities of Color” on Thursday.
President M. Roy Wilson and Wayne State officials provided updates and answered questions from the campus community in a virtual town hall Tuesday.
Members of Wayne State Students for Justice in Palestine joined community members to protest for Palestinian human rights at the March for Jerusalem in Dearborn Sunday.
The United States Census Bureau failed to include a Middle Eastern and North African category again, in 2020. Wayne State and Wayne County community members of MENA descent say the lack of representation is detrimental in many ways.
The Wayne State Black Student Union held a demonstration at the Welcome Center and WSU Bookstore plaza on Warren Avenue Tuesday.
Wayne State held its Class of 2021 Commencement virtually on Wednesday to celebrate the achievements of students. WSU is looking forward to a 2022 in-person celebration, including pandemic graduates.
The Wayne State Board of Governors approved the establishment of two new masters programs, extended the suspension on standardized testing for admissions and reviewed dining and housing rates in its meeting held over Zoom Friday.
The Wayne County Commissioner’s Office officially declared April as Arab American Month on April 1 and the Wayne State community commemorated the month with a virtual panel on April 20.
The Juneteenth Planning Committee held a virtual event on food insecurity and its roots in white supremacy Tuesday. The panel featured members of various organizations across Detroit tackling this issue.