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Wintry weather didn't phase the hundreds of women who rallied at Women's March Detroit 2019, which was held in the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History today. Photos by Quintin Banks.
Rachel Sussman, a Brooklyn-based artist, has put her golden touch on Wayne State. Kintsukuroi is the Japanese practice of repairing pottery with lacquer dusted in gold. Sussman has applied this style to repair some cracks in the tiles on the first floor of Old Main. The sidewalk kintsukuroi installation was commissioned in celebration of WSU's Sesquicentennial.
A Wayne State research team is studying how cannabinoids — the active components in cannabis — affect patients suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. Read more about this study through the link in our bio.
To combat disparities in LGBT healthcare, Wayne State partnered with the Corktown Health Center to create the first health clinic in Michigan focused on serving the LGBT community. Read about the new clinic through the link in our bio.
The South End’s Back to School print edition will be on newsstands across campus and Midtown next week. The special edition includes articles about DeRoy’s deterioration, marijuana’s legalization and Wayne State’s newest music sensation.
The Student Center was transformed into "The Study Center" yesterday. Warriors were able to de-stress by getting free massages, petting dogs and inhaling flavored oxygen.
Countless students across campus can be seen exhaling clouds of smoke, but it isn’t from cigarettes. Read more about the flash drive-looking vape called a Juul through the link in our bio.
We had a guest in our newsroom today 🦔
Cinema Detroit is hosting its first women filmmakers series. They will be showcasing the works of female pioneers in the film industry throughout history. Read more about this through the link in our bio. 
Photo Courtesy of Cinema Detroit
Wayne State’s own Mark Whalen,performing his new album ‘Morning Glory’ on Friday, Nov. 16. His new album is available to listen to on major streaming platforms.
College students are no strangers to balancing bustling class schedules with internships, jobs and whatever else life decides to throw their way. Read about how to survive college through the link in our bio. 
Photo of Tahahiko Kudo and Ethan Pepple
Towers Cafe will be receiving a 350-seat expansion and the outside patio will be moved to the southern-side of the cafeteria. The estimated cost of expansion is $1.75 million, and the housing department hopes to present the finalized plan to the BOG during the board’s March 2019 meeting. 
Read more about the expansion through the link in our bio.