Homeless College Students A Growing Concern On CampusesResearchers saying that a surprisingly large number of college students are homeless or precariously housed as they try to attend classes,
Wayne State In Detroit Reporting Student Enrollment IncreaseCurrent enrollment is at 27,326 -- an increase of 104 students.
$10 Million Donated To WSU Law School Honoring Outgoing Dean Jocelyn BensonBoth gifts represent the largest donations in the law school’s history.
Black History: A Calling For Journalism, A Champion Of StudentsAn Emmy Award-winning journalist, Alicia Nails also has a law degree from Wayne State.
Black History: Believing Is First Step To Creating Your FutureDr. Eadie is a Wayne State University medical school graduate and he's former emergency room doctor who has a mantra; education through explanation.
WSU Political Scientist: Trump Taps Into Anger, Angry People Tend To VoteWayne State Political Scientist Susan Fino says Trump has tapped into a vein of anger in many people over issues like immigration, and angry people tend to vote.
Effort To Digitize Out-Of-Print Books About Detroit-AreaWayne State University says a $94,000 grant will fund the effort, which will focus on Jewish and regional studies.
When Betting On The Lottery Spells Gambling AddictionThough the chance to win is extremely slim, some are addicted to the process.
Cause A Rumpus With Wayne State's List Of Words That Deserve More UseThe word meaning "pleasure and delight" is among 10 that comprise Wayne State University's annual Word Warriors list.
Billionaire Dan Gilbert Looks To Increase His Real Estate Holdings In DetroitBillionaire Dan Gilbert's major investment into downtown began five years ago this month.
Detroit's Wayne State University Listed Among 'Safest College Campuses' In U.S."Wayne State — regardless of what people think...has always been a safe college."
Few Psychiatric Services Available; The Post-Prison Struggle To Acclimate"The prison population, over 50 percent are either drug addicted or chronically mentally ill -- they get very limited treatment."