Wayne State University Cancels In-Person Classes, Activities As COVID-19 Cases SpikeWayne State University is suspending all in-person classes and activities due to Michigan’s massive spike in COVID cases.
WSU Conducts Plasma Trial For Covid TreatmentResearchers at Wayne State University are studying the benefits of treating covid patients with the plasma of covid survivors in hopes that the antibodies in the fluid will help fight the virus.
Wayne State University Announces Fall Semester PlansWayne State University announced their fall semester plans Wednesday and like many campuses in the state, things around here will look much different.
Coronavirus In Michigan: Wayne State University Student Tests Positive, Being Moved To Quarantined Residential HallWayne State University confirms a student on their campus has COVID-19.
Wayne State Suspends Study Abroad Program Because Of CoronavirusTravel plans are set for many college students ready to take flight for spring break, but for 90 Wayne State University students, those plans are coming to an abrupt end.
Community Connect: Detroit Stew - A Cultural Melting PotOn the debut of “Community Connect” host Lisa Germani jumps into the melting pot that is Detroit as she explores Greektown, Hamtramck, Mexicantown and Dearborn.
Street Beat: HalloweenOn this week’s Street Beat, host Lisa Germani helps us get into the fall spirit as she gets the scoop on this year's Halloween festivities.
Arab Women In Music Take Center Stage At Music HallThe National Arab Orchestra (NAO) will be heading to the Detroit Music Hall this February to celebrate Arab women in the arts. "On The Shoulder of Giants: Arab Women in Music" will be NAO's fifth concert of the 2017-18 season featuring conductor Michael Ibrahim.
Local Program Giving Back In Healthy WaysPhysician led program educates metro-Detroiters about the many healthy lifestyle choices they can make.
HIGH Program: Wayne State University's First Lady Talks About Her Mission With Helping Homeless College StudentsIntern Kristy Stanford talks with Wayne State University's first lady, Jacqueline Wilson, about how she is helping financially streesed students at Wayne State University reach their goals to graduate.
Homeless And In College: Semesters Away From A DegreeOver 58,000 college students identified as homeless.
Street Beat: Breaking Barriers to EmploymentStreet Beat host Karen Carter talks about breaking barriers to employment.
Street Beat: Rob Stone Helps Get Your Kids Into CollegeDaniel Winston, Assistant Director Special Programs for Wayne State University, explains the programs designed to recruit and encourage kids to stay in college.
Detroit Proud Playlist: Week of 12/01 - Special "Indie(PEN)dence Benefit Concert" EditionWhat better way to get into the holiday spirit than to donate to a good cause? We've dedicated this week’s playlist to the talented bands performing at the Indie(PEN)dence Benefit Concert!
Watch Street Beat: Back-To-SchoolThis week on Street Beat, host Jill Washburn covers Back-To-School issues.