The flyer was posted inside a Wayne State University building, suggesting Muckraker’s Steve Neavling was “dangerous” and that people should call police if they see him.
On second thought …
“The mayor said that President Wilson has done some fantastic things for Wayne State, but he hasn’t done shit for us,” Minister Malik Shabazz said of Detroiters.
Wayne State University is doing its best to keep damaging records from being released to the public.
WSU Board of Governors member Dana Thompson criticized the administration for tuition increases, a lack of transparency and the failure to present a serious and realistic plan to reverse the steep decline in black undergraduate enrollment.
One community activist said, “We don’t want to go to war with Wayne State. We want to work with them, but they are so damn hardheaded and sneaky.”
The number of black students enrolling at Wayne State University has declined at an alarming rate, even as white and Latino enrollment has remained relatively stable.
Columnist Nick Krieger explains why the state of Michigan does not have the authority to prevent Flint from suing.
In the midst of our investigation into Wayne State University, a campus flyer urges students and faculty to call police if they see Muckraker’s Steve Neavling because he is “dangerous.”
When Wayne State University announced the suspension of math as a general education requirement, the elected Board of Governors learned about the crucial change from the media.