Provost Keith Whitfield met with Student Senate during their April 19 meeting. Whitfield and representatives from the Office of the Provost discussed Senate’s Open Educational Resources project and on-campus transportation.
A campus-wide climate survey conducted January through March 2018 found that 26 percent of students feel they belong at Wayne State “to a great extent.” The survey garnered 3,288 student responses — a 12.3 percent response rate.
Wayne State School of Medicine officials deny a cheating scandal, but emails obtained by The South End reveal multiple officials discussing an "electronic cheating network" and what can be done to "cut down on cheating," according to a South End investigation.
Former democratic gubernatorial candidate Abdul El-Sayed, recently named a Wayne State scholar-in-residence, will be teaching a public health course this fall.
Wayne State is seeking to combat a statewide librarian shortage by creating an experimental certificate program that allows educators to become library media specialists.
President M. Roy Wilson released a statement today in response to a tense Wayne State Board of Governors meeting last week in which three members questioned Wilson’s leadership regarding medical school negotiations.
Members of Wayne State’s Board of Governors disputed over President M. Roy Wilson’s performance at the board’s March 20 meeting.
For many of the students, faculty and supporters who gathered Tuesday on Gullen Mall, the scene of a growing crowd of grief-stricken strangers coming together to mourn lives lost in a senseless massacre felt eerily familiar. It felt like they had been there before. In fact, many of them had.
While Lobby Day is an annual opportunity for Wayne State faculty and students to advocate for state funding on behalf of the university, this year, WSU has a familiar face in the capitol: Greg Bird.
The David Mackenzie House is scheduled to be relocated to a new spot on Second and Forest, one block west of its original location, later this month. The exact date of the relocation of this historical house has yet to be scheduled, said Wayne State Director of Communications Matt Lockwood.
Wayne State began construction on the new STEM Innovation Learning Center this month, leaving a section of Gullen Mall fenced off near the intersection of Second Street and Warren Avenue.
An Indiana University-South Bend master’s student is suing a Wayne State archivist for plagiarizing an article she co-wrote.
In light of the imminent doom facing life on earth as we know it thanks to drastic climate changes in the last century, many institutions are turning to alternative waste methods to reduce their carbon footprint. Despite Wayne State's seemingly simple system, staff and students think there i…
A 25-year-old man was taken to Detroit Receiving Hospital Saturday after suffering a gunshot wound to the left side of his head, according to a crime alert sent out to students and faculty by Wayne State Police Department.
Students of all ages can agree on one thing: Snow days are the most pleasant surprise. Wayne State canceled classes partially on Jan. 28 and 29, and closed campus entirely on Jan. 30 and 31 during a polar vortex which brought subzero temperatures.
A University of Michigan-Flint professor has filed a formal complaint against Wayne State for sex discrimination.
7-Eleven and Uncle Joe’s Chicken Fingers will unveil their new locations on the ground level of Anthony Wayne Drive Apartments this year.
Student Senate hosted a town hall focusing on the improvement of student organization operations in regard to reserving Student Center rooms, allocating locker space and ordering food for events.
It’s hard to miss the recently installed pastel yellow, red, and light and dark green colored panels on Wayne State’s newest building.
After months of considering seeking mental health services, Wayne State sophomore Grace Maves, decided it was time to go to Wayne State’s Counseling and Psychological Services.
When Asian-fusion eatery Maccabees Traders permanently closed its doors in June, many anticipated what restaurant would open on the ground level of Wayne State’s Maccabees Building.
Newly elected members of the Board of Governors, Bryan Barnhill and Anil Kumar, were sworn in on Jan. 17 by judges Aliyah Sabree and Shalina Kumar in the McGregor Memorial Conference Center.
Ambika Mathur, dean of the graduate school and associate provost for Scientific Training Workforce Development and Diversity at Wayne State, has accepted a position at the University of Texas at San Antonio.
A Wayne State research team is studying how cannabinoids — the active components in cannabis — affect patients suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.
For many students, WhatsApp is used to connect with family from across the globe and to allow iPhone and Android users to communicate more efficiently than over text message.
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.