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Dr. Anil Kumar, a native of India who came to the United States 30 years ago from England, has seen life change -- particularly for his patients -- in three decades practicing medicine here.
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The title story in Joyce Carol Oates' new collection, 'High Crime Area,' is set on the Wayne State University campus in 1967.
By court order, The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine obtained extensive information and canine health records from Wayne State University through the Michigan Freedom of Information Act.
Mallory Pline was fortunate. Thanks to her parents, who worked at Michigan State University, the cost of the 24-year-old Ferndale resident's undergraduate degree came at a 50-percent discount.
A lawsuit filed by a fired medical school professor says Wayne State University bilked more than $169 million in research grant money from the U.S. government.
The Hilberry Theatre's final play of the season is "August: Osage County," which earned Tracy Letts the 2008 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.
The board of governors at Wayne State University is expected to approve a new vice president of research Monday night.
Below is the MC5's Wayne Kramer singing "Ramblin' Rose" at Wayne State University in Detroit in July 1970, two months after the shootings on May 4, 1970 at Kent State.
Wayne State University is trying to pull college kids who are home in Michigan for the summer into the heart of Detroit with a new class about the city's quest for financial redemption.
Metro Detroiters are marking Good Friday, one of the most holy and solemn days in the Christian faith, by aiding the needy and joining church services commemorating Christ's crucifixion.
It's like "American Idol" for bankruptcy, without the glamour but plenty of bucks involved.
The Sparrow Women's Board of Managers and Sparrow Hospital Volunteer Services Department have named Sally Burke of Delta Township the April Volunteer of the Month.
A Farmington Public Schools administrator is one of four candidates who will be interviewed by the Board of Education for the district's top job.
John Corvino, 44, chair of the philosophy department at Wayne State University, is earning national admiration, even among opponents.
This has proven to be a watershed week in Detroit's bankruptcy case, which is now moving along at lightning speed.
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