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Listen to Dean Forsythe during the WSU Football Game  November 12, 2014

Tune in to WDTK-AM (1400 AM) this Saturday cheer on the Warrior foot ball team and hear WSU School of Business Dean Robert Forsythe. Dean Forsythe will be interviewed during the halftime show. Wayne State will go against Hillsdale College for the final game of the 2014 season. Kickoff is at...

State roundup: Wayne State tops Findlay, goes over .500  November 05, 2014

Wayne State went back above the .500 mark for the season with a 43-10 victory over host Findlay Saturday. Wayne State (5-4, 4-4 GLIAC) scored the game's first 15 points on a safety, a 10-yard return of a blocked punt by Jay Hayes and two field goals by Paul Graham. Management major Desmond...

Metro & State: Swimming  November 05, 2014

Wayne State's Till Barthel, a finance major, was voted GLIAC swimmer of the week. Barthel won the 50-meter freestyle (21.38) and tied for first in the 100-meter freestyle (46.66) at a meet at OU. Barthel is a sophomore from Hanover, Germany. Detroit Free Press

Michigan Basketball: Wolverines to host Wayne State for exhibition   November 04, 2014

Wayne State University will face the University of Michigan Nov. 10 in the first official matchup exhibition game. Although Michigan is expected to win handily against Wayne State, it will not be a blow off game. Wayne State is expected to have a solid season as they are picked to finish third in...

SE Michigan Purchasing Managers Index slips in October, but still suggests growth  November 03, 2014

The Southeast Michigan Purchasing Managers Index was 54.7 in October, down from September’s 59.4 but still above the threshold of 50 that indicates economic growth. "We continue to enjoy a bright economic outlook," Timothy Butler, an associate professor of supply chain management...

SE Michigan Purchasing Managers Index slips in October, but still suggests growth  November 03, 2014

The Southeast Michigan Purchasing Managers Index was 54.7 in October, down from September’s 59.4 but still above the threshold of 50 that indicates economic growth. "We continue to enjoy a bright economic outlook," Timothy Butler, an associate professor of supply chain management...