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Shooting my first feature story

Over the weekend, I went camping with one my good friends up at Pictured Rocks in Munising, Michigan where we were able to see some of the most beautiful forests and beaches in the state. 488 more words

Baby Boomers Don’t Work Harder than Millennials

By now you’ve probably heard, over and over and over again, that Millennials and Generation Xers are lazy. It’s a really popular “headline” found everywhere from worthless “sponsored links” trying to install spyware on your computer, to otherwise respected media outlets like the New York Times. 269 more words


Learning the rules of photojournalism

After being in Lori King’s photojournalism class for four weeks, Wayne State University senior Christopher Ehrmann said he has learned much about photography in her course. 401 more words

Michigan universities collaborate to examine water filters in Flint

EAST LANSING — Researchers from Michigan State University, the University of Michigan, and Wayne State University are conducting studies to determine the best ways to manage the type of point-of-use water filters being used by Flint residents. 323 more words


Kappa Delta 'til the day I Die!

Joining a sorority is something I’ve always wanted to do. The leadership, sisterhood, and community service all sounded great to me! Those are all things I love and wanted to be a part of. 185 more words

Leadership Development

WSU students, faculties engage in discussion on 2016 presidential debate

The Wayne State University Speech and Debate Team and the Dean of Students Office hosted its fourth presidential debate watch on Tuesday evening. Students and faculty were given a space for dialogue regarding issues discussed between presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. 750 more words

Human Rights

Wayne State in Detroit reporting student enrollment increase

DETROIT, Mich. – Wayne State University in Detroit is reporting their first overall student enrollment increase in seven years.

Current enrollment is at 27,326, which represents an increase of 104 students. 57 more words