Over 200 people from across the U.S. gathered at Third Man Records in Midtown on Feb. 21 to attend All Access Cafe, a free event featuring music and poetry by artists with disabilities.
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.
A doctor who exposed the Flint water crisis came to speak about her perspective on society and social justice at Wayne State’s Bernath Auditorium in the David Adamany Undergraduate Library on Jan. 27.
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.
On Saturday, the 47th annual Noel Night took place on Warren Avenue, which highlighted cultural institutions and local businesses in the Midtown residential neighborhood.
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.
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…
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 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.
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 Wayne State community hosted the grand opening of the long-awaited Woodward and Warren park in the Welcome Center on June 5.
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.
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.
Community members gathered for candlelight memorial and march in honor of fallen Wayne State University Police Department officer Collin Rose on Nov. 26 at Scripps Park in Detroit.
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.
CitizenDetroit, defined as a “civic engagement initiative of Wayne State University,” held a dinner and dialogue at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul to discuss the history and future of the Detroit Public School system on Wednesday, June 9.
Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders participated in a Fox News Town Hall event at the Gem Theatre in Detroit on March 7.
People from all across the country and state came to the Fox Theatre in Detroit to watch the GOP presidential primary debate on March 3 between candidates Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and John Kasich.
Protesters filled Wayne State’s Board of Governors meeting on Jan. 29 to rally against the university’s decision to sponsor an upcoming event that will honor Gov. Rick Snyder.
Audience members had much to say to the featured speakers of WDET’s Bankruptcy: One Year Later event last night at Wayne State’s Community Arts Auditorium.
Students from all over southeastern Michigan are invited to Wayne State on Nov. 21 to begin a conversation about the future of regional mass transportation.
The Heidelberg Project, a well-known Detroit open-air art installation, has faced a slew of problems since May 2013. Nine arsons have destroyed a large portion of the project, leaving room for speculation and rumor about the organization. In order to rebuild and succeed, the Heidelberg Proje…
The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History is celebrating its 50th year, despite a social media-induced scare last month that implied the museum's future was uncertain.
Wayne State received a $100,000 grant from The Kresge Foundation to support the CitizenDetroit, an outreach program of the Forum on Contemporary Issues in Society (FOCIS).
For the second year in a row, Wayne State students and staff carried the Kermit the Frog balloon in the annual America’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Located in Detroit’s Central Business District just off Woodward Avenue, D:hive hopes to connect people with information, tools and resources that are provided in the city.