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Jason Mrsny appointed new security chief

Jason Mrsny appointed new security chief

Derek Pufahl, Staff Writer

August 27, 2014

Jason Mrsny was made the new security manager on Aug.15, replacing Ron Reddic, who has moved back to his home state of Arizona. Mrsny, a Wayne State College alumus, has been working with campus security for 15 years and said he is excited to be taking on the new role. “I never thought I’d... READ MORE »

News

WSC welcomes 928 new students

Mark Vondracek, Staff Writer

Wayne State College kicked off classes a week ago Monday, and along with the start of a new school year, WSC welcomed in 928 new students for the 2014 fall semester. In addition to the 697 freshmen who are calling Wayne...  Read More »

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New technology finds a home in Humanities

New technology finds a home in Humanities

Andrew Eaton, Staff Writer

As the new school year takes shape, the college community will notice additions to several buildings around campus. The Humanities Building underwent updates that took the entire summer to complete. The Interim Dean...  Read More »

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Several fresh faces among faculty in 2014-2015

Leah Kash-Brown, Staff Writer

Wayne State College welcomed 15 new faculty members this fall, four of them in the music department. Those new music faculty are Dr. Matthew Haakenson, Dr. Abigail Mace, Dr. Danielle Warner and Dr. Adam Webb. “We...  Read More »

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Opinion

Making a difference with the Ice Bucket Challenge

Calyn Dunklau for The Wayne Stater, Opinion Editor

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, otherwise known as ALS or Lou Gehrig’s Disease is a neurodegenerative disease that progressively causes muscle weakness, paralysis and eventually...  Read More »

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Stay safe on campus as the year winds down

May 1, 2014

Pam-Everett

Voir Dire: Goodnight and good luck

April 23, 2014

Get Catty with Calyn: Are vicious dog breeds a myth?

April 16, 2014

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Lifestyles

An honorable retreat

An honorable retreat

Amanda Krehbiel, Staff Writer

The National Collegiate Honors Council sponsors a program called Partners in the Parks (PITP) every summer to create memorable learning experiences for honors students across the country. PITP offers...  Read More »

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