11 Metro Detroit Eateries to Visit on National Hamburger Day

May 28 — Mark your calendars When it comes to hamburgers, metro Detroit locals have plenty of options. The area has become a hub for a number of trendsetting, award-winning, and underrated hamburger restaurants. With National Hamburger Day falling on May 28, there’s no better time to indulge! Round out your holiday weekend with a … More 11 Metro Detroit Eateries to Visit on National Hamburger Day

The Grind Doesn’t Stop: Fasting During Ramadan as a Marathoner

This Muslim runner is the first Syrian Six Star World Marathon Majors finisher During the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, from sunrise till sundown, millions of Muslims across the globe fast for about 17 hours a day, without food or water. But fasting doesn’t set back the training for Michigan-based, Syrian Muslim marathoner Rahaf Khatib. … More The Grind Doesn’t Stop: Fasting During Ramadan as a Marathoner

NFL players take a knee against racial injustice, police brutality

NFL players who took a knee during the national anthem have been widely criticized by the American public and administration as being unpatriotic, ungrateful and simply un-American. The narrative of the protests has become about patriotism, instead of addressing what the protests are really about– the systemic issues of police brutality and racial injustice. So, … More NFL players take a knee against racial injustice, police brutality

Native students, faculty advocate Native American Studies Program at Wayne State

  This past December, Native American Student Organization (NASO) gained approval from Wayne State and the fire marshal to smudge indoors in designated rooms in the Student Center after a two-year long struggle. NASO faculty advisor, Dr. Sandra Gonzales says the ceremonial medical plant burning practice is important for when elders visit campus, during graduation ceremonies … More Native students, faculty advocate Native American Studies Program at Wayne State