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This column is part of WSU's Campus Health Center's monthly series, "A Healthy You Column."

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The streaming service Kanopy is used by many institutions in the U.S., including libraries and universities. Its use at Wayne State began in 2016 and was available to all WSU affiliates for educational or recreational use. However, availability of Kanopy is now restricted.

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On Saturday, the 47th annual Noel Night took place on Warren Avenue, which highlighted cultural institutions and local businesses in the Midtown residential neighborhood.

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Attorney General Dana Nessel's office said on Dec. 6 the vote to fire Wayne State President M. Roy Wilson was not properly convened, so Wilson is still president of WSU. 

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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.

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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…

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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.

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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.

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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…

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Wayne State’s Board of Governors unanimously approved plans to construct a $25 million arena for the men’s and women’s basketball team in partnership with the Detroit Pistons.

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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.

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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.

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President M. Roy Wilson attended the Student Senate meeting on April 5, discussing Senate’s resolutions, progress and budget requests.

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Former democratic gubernatorial candidate Abdul El-Sayed, recently named a Wayne State scholar-in-residence, will be teaching a public health course this fall.

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Wayne State is seeking to combat a statewide librarian shortage by creating an experimental certificate program that allows educators to become library media specialists.

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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.

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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.

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Comfort probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind when you think about police vehicles — especially if you find yourself in the back of one.

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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.

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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.