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Gather for a different type of lunch break with The Detroit Historical Society's “Lunchtime Techno" event. Visitors can enjoy this series highlighting the techno genre throughout the summer with several local DJs and food trucks at the Detroit Historical Museum's Legends Plaza. Wayne State students will have a special opportunity to indulge in Detroit style non-alcoholic drinks, like Faygo pop, and win some Detroit swag from The Detroit Historical Museum at the last Lunchtime Techno event on Aug. 27. Students will need to show their OneCard for entry to win free prizes.

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A dead body was found in an Old Main bathroom this morning, according to Wayne State officials. Preliminary information suggests the deceased was a 49-year-old former WSU student. There were no clear signs of trauma or foul play, according to a statement sent out by WSU. Read more about this through the link in our bio.
Happy Birthday Detroit! The city was founded 318 years ago today, in 1701. What are you doing to celebrate?
A former tenured professor at Wayne State filed a federal lawsuit against President M. Roy Wilson and WSU on July 2, alleging university officials denied him due process and breached contract during his firing in 2018. Read more about this through the link in our bio.
Motor City Pride Festival kicked off Saturday with thousands of people enjoying dancing, music and friends. Happy Pride Month Warriors! 🏳️‍🌈
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The Wayne State community hosted the grand opening of the long-awaited Woodward and Warren park on June 5. The park consists of seating, shade umbrellas and a staffed kiosk where maps of Midtown and virtual tours of the city will be available for park-goers. Read more about the new park through the link in our bio.
The South End received an anonymous tip Nov. 6, 2018 regarding the presence of widespread cheating among second-year medical students. Through FOIA, TSE on April 1 obtained hundreds of emails exchanged between medical school officials, many of which discuss academic misconduct committed by second-year medical students, as well as testing procedure changes “to cut down on cheating.” Read more about this through the link in our bio.
The Detroit Free Press will be hosting its sixth annual film festival, beginning April 10 through April 14. The documentary-centered festival partnered with Wayne State this year to bring movies and panels to campus. Read more about the film festival through the link in our bio.
A lover of independent and realism films, freshman Sydney Ostrander knew she would study the art of film since she was in elementary school. Read more about Sydney, one of our featured women for Women’s History Month, through the link in our bio.
Suchitra Nair is a junior information systems management student who dreams of having her own empire. Her drive and passion for the business field is practically tangible when she talks about her goals and contributions to the field. Read more about Suchitra through the link in our bio.
Warrior Women: Fashion design and merchandising student gives clothes second chance. Read more about Izzy through the link in our bio.
Every spring equinox since 2010, the Nain Rouge has reemerged to taunt Detroiters and create chaos. On March 24, hundreds journeyed from Cass Corridor to the Masonic Temple in hopes of driving him away for good. Parade goers sport insane costumes, ride on floats, play music or just walk their dogs. Read about the parade and see pictures from this years parade through the link in our bio.