Wayne State Police Department arrested a 54-year-old man outside the Wayne State Law School on Nov. 13, WSUPD 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.
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.
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.
Columbus Day is a federally recognized holiday but to many, it represents the brutal reality of colonialism’s effect on indigenous peoples.
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.
This fall, Wayne State welcomed its largest group of full-time freshmen in the university’s 150-year history. With 2,955 full-time freshmen, the newest cohort’s size is 15 percent larger than last year’s freshman class.
Wayne State announced the launch of a program that will allow former students who did not complete their degrees to rid of outstanding debt by returning to school.
Wayne State has made changes to the May 2017 Commencement schedule due to the record-breaking amount of students who plan to participate in the commencement ceremonies.
Wayne State’s Center for Peace and Conflict Studies held its Peacemaker Awards on April 2, honoring Nobel Peace Laureate Jody Williams along with community leaders.
Student activist organization Students for Justice in Palestine highlighted historic Palestinian artifacts on the second day of their Palestine Awareness Week.
Female MBA students have the opportunity to participate in discussions and networking opportunities, with a chance to win $10,000. Applications due March 13.
A DNA match has been found between the shooting of two DPD cops on March 15 and the fatal shooting of Sgt. Collin Rose on Nov. 22, 2016.
On March 24, the Wayne Law Review with host “The Changing Face of the War on Drugs: Mass Incarceration, Overcriminalization and Evolving Drug Policy.”
On March 20, anthropologist Eric Montgomery, and others with personal experience, will host a talk to spread awareness about the dangers of human trafficking and discuss just how common it is locally.
Wayne State is continuing its partnership with Detroit-based design firm Hamilton Anderson Associates for Anthony Wayne Apartments, coming in fall 2018.
Three-Minute Thesis Competition is open to current doctoral or master’s students for a grand prize of $750 and more. Students may contact their Dean’s Office for information regarding the competition.
On Jan. 20, the Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action, Integration and Immigrant Rights and Fight for Equality by Any Means Necessary and Students for a Democratic Society protested on Wayne State's campus against President Donald Trump taking office.
At the memorial and vigil held in his honor, Officer Collin Rose was awarded the Citation of Valor, posthumously promoted to sergeant, will be given a master’s degree in police administration and will have an endowed $25,000 scholarship in his name.
The CEO of Haute Hijab and WSU alumna Melanie Elturk came back to WSU for her college tour, “The Next Generation of American Muslims: Defining our Role & Reclaiming our Faith.”
Wayne State University police officer Collin Rose is on life support after he was shot in the head Tuesday night while on-duty, WSU Police Chief Anthony Holt said.
The ELI World Fair was a part of International Education Week, a nationwide celebration focused on preparing students for a global environment.
The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences looks to better understand and better treat this hoarding through research and analysis.
“Dreams Not to Be Deferred: Supporting the Success of Black Men and Boys” allowed community members to discuss key issues related to how communities, schools and institutions can support the success of black men.
Assistant Professor Noa Ofen said her research is focused on the memory networks in children’s brains, which has not been studied extensively before.
Students Organize 4 Syria held a crash course on the Syrian crisis to cover the history of the Syrian conflict, the refugee crisis and post presidential election effects on Nov. 14.
In response to the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States, college campuses across the country have seen protests arise – including, Wayne State.
Plans made possible by a grant from the McGregor Fund have put the development of non-academic basic needs services for students struggling with housing. One in particular is a food pantry expected in fall 2017.
Wayne State Housing and Residential Life, as well as Dining Services, have been aware of multiple sightings of cockroaches in campus spaces since September. Now, students are calling on administration to take greater action.
Innovation Warriors, an expansion of Blackstone LaunchPad, are embracing their six programs aimed at a number of services: launch, hack, learn, fund, grow and connect.