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Sunday at Cass: April 26, 2015

Sunday at Cass
April 26, 2015

A brief history of the Cass Corridor.

Detroit’s Cass Corridor is a strip of the city which is bordered on the east by Woodward Avenue, on the west by the M-10/Lodge Freeway, on the north by Warren Avenue, and on the south by I-75.  457 more words

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Wilson charges into starting role for Wayne State

Shannon Wilson never had a doubt she could contribute significant minutes to a college basketball team.

The former prep standout who starred for three years at Andover before graduating as part of the first class from Bloomfield Hills, is enjoying life as a member of the Wayne State University women’s team. 1,086 more words


Blunt History

After coming home from Austin, I immediately felt as though Michigan had acted like some sort of creative suck. I had this experience in Austin, blogged about it, then nothing! 570 more words


Voices: Having a minority friend doesn't make you racism-free

Many white people have a token minority friend. They have a friend or two of color, to which they look to for all answers.  To many of my friends, I’m their favorite Asian. 245 more words


Storm, Warriors pick up wins on day 2 of GLIAC/G-MAC Challenge

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Storm/Fighting Scots highlights

The Lake Erie Storm women’s basketball was one of four teams that started the 2015-16 season in the Painesville section of the GLIAC/G-MAC Challenge. 788 more words


Wayne State gets $1.4M to help train mathematics teachers

DETROIT (AP) – Wayne State University is getting $1.4 million to help train elementary and middle school mathematics teachers.

The grant announced this week by the Detroit school is from the National Science Foundation’s Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program. 79 more words


FB: 2nd half run doesn't hold up for the Storm

The Lake Erie College football team traveled up to Detroit, Michigan to take on the Wayne State Warriors. The Warriors and Storm went back and forth with each other in a 56-54 shootout at Tom Adams Field, the highest scoring game in Wayne State football history. 682 more words