Ferris State clinches third-straight GLIAC championship
The nation’s top-ranked Ferris State Bulldogs capped off an unbeaten regular-season and claimed the outright Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) Championship for the third consecutive year, posting a 35-13 home win over Wayne State on Saturday (Nov. 13) at Top Taggart FIeld. The conference championship was not only FSU’s third-straight, but also the Bulldogs’ fifth in the past seven seasons. The Bulldogs finished the game with 554 yards of total offense, including 434 rushing yards with two 100-yard rushers on the afternoon. The Bulldogs held Wayne State to only 64 rushing yards on 34 attempts in the victory. Minor added 106 yards on 16 attempts while Jefferson had 66 rushing yards to go with a team-high three catches for 59 yards.mlive.com
Pregnancy tests, VR goggles, pipes, 100-plus pounds of marijuana among purchases included in Michigan research grants
The slow process of conducting two marijuana studies paid for by Michigan taxpayers to the tune of $20 million in grant funding has begun. The only marijuana MAPS was permitted to use was grown by the University of Mississippi, one of the only DEA-permitted providers of research marijuana in the nation. One of the ways the WSU study intends to gauge the impact of more or less marijuana use is by testing fear responses. The WSU grant also calls for the purchase of $2,000 virtual reality goggles and $22,400 to program fear scenarios catered to the subjects. That tight relationship between Michigan marijuana advocates and MAPS developed through networking at national conferences over time, Ream said.mlive.com
A look back in time: Digging for history in Hamtramck
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Free COVID-19 testing to be offered at Owen Jax Community Center in Warren
(Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved)WARREN, Mich. The city of Warren is working with WSU, WSUPG, and the Macomb County Health Department to offer free coronavirus (COVID-19) drive-thru and walk-up testing. The testing will be held at the Owen Jax Community Center at 8207 E. 9 Mile Road, Warren, MI 48089 on Tuesday from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m.
Warren to offer free COVID-19 testing on Thursday August 6th
The city of Warren is set to host a free drive-thru and walk up COVID-19 testing event on Thursday August 6th. The event is held in partnership with WSU, WSUPG and the Macomb County Health Department. Testing will take place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Warren City Hall(1 City Square). The test will reveal whether or not you currently have COVID-19. According to the citys website there are only 200 testing spots available due to limited testing supplies.
Warren hosts COVID-19 drive-thru test site at city hall
All rights reserved.) WARREN, Mich. Warren is working with WSU/ACCESS to have another coronavirus (COVID-19) drive-thru testing site at Warren City Hall. The event will be held on Thursday from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. They will be testing for coronavirus and coronavirus antibodies. Click here to RSVP for the test.
3 white Wayne State University Press employees accuse WSU of racial discrimination
click to enlarge GoogleMapsWayne State University Press. Filing an EEOC complaint charging WSU with retaliation and discrimination is the last thing any of us wanted to do. In fact, the need for further diversity and inclusion in the non-profit sector and publishing in general is a widely discussed issue within the university and the publishing industry. What we are opposed to is our terminations and the subsequent lack of answers from WSU. They returned to the office on Feb. 25.Wayne State University now must provide the three employees and their lawyer with information on what led to them being fired.metrotimes.com
Michigan Poison Center spots increase in pediatric exposure to edible marijuana treats
Since the beginning of the year, the Michigan Poison Center at WSU has received 420 calls related to marijuana exposure, 104 of them involving children under 18 years old. (WDIV)DETROIT - More than half of all calls made to the Michigan Poison Center at Wayne State University concerning marijuana exposure through edibles like brownies, chocolate bars, candy and gummies involved children as young as 6 years old. Since the beginning of the year, the Michigan Poison Center at WSU has received 420 calls related to marijuana exposure, 104 of them involving children under 18 years old. They can have pretty scary and profound dramatic presentations, said King, who divides his time between the Michigan Poison Center and the emergency department. The center also gets calls regarding adult exposure.