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Julian Bond to Offer Free Public Lecture at Wayne Law

DETROIT – Activist Julian Bond will speak about the role the law has played in encouraging and thwarting the civil rights movement Thursday, Oct. 23, for the sixth Damon J. 505 more words

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Theatrical Throwback to a London Double - Bill in April 2007

In honor of the Hilberry Theatre‘s about-to-open production of Boeing Boeing, a look back at when I first saw the play:

The West End felt like a foreign land to me yesterday after nearly a week of commuting from the city to the country for filming. 500 more words

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The Next Big Adventure

By Stephanie Bugdalski

When I first learned of the African Democracy Project’s existence, it felt like a dream realized. I always knew that one day I would travel to Africa, and to be able to do so within the context of encouraging and studying democracy felt like I had stumbled upon a program designed specifically for me. 483 more words

Student Autobiographies

Today we have a guest post from Justin Rex, Senior Lecturer, Irvin D. Reid Honors College, Wayne State University:

One fundamental question that underlies many political debates is the extent to which individuals are in control of their status in life. 448 more words

Feedback & Reflection

Introduction

My name is Rachell Weeks and I am a MLIS student at Wayne State University. Teach Me Library Instruction was created as a requirement for LIS 7880 Instructional Methods course at WSU and is meant to be a space in which I can openly reflect on different ideas that pop up throughout the course. 280 more words

Watch Street Beat: Back-To-School

This week on Street Beat, host Jill Washburn covers Back-To-School issues. First, Jill talks with Heather Ballien, who is the principal of Great Lakes Cyber Academy, and Cade Norton, a high school junior at the virtual school. 175 more words

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URC Kicks Off Five-City ‘Blue Economy’ Tour

HARRISON TWP. — The Michigan University Research Corridor, the joint venture of the state’s three major research universities, has kicked off a five-city tour to discuss the economic development implications of Michigan’s most defining asset — fresh water. 383 more words

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