Curt Frye: the George Washington of WSC Presidents

Curt Frye: the George Washington of WSC Presidents

Amanda Krehbiel, Assistant Website Editor

March 25, 2015

After two years of serving Wayne State College as president, and a total of thirty years invested in the school, President Curt Frye will retire this summer. Hanging on the wall of his office is a painting of the country school Frye attended, through grade school and high school. “I always wanted... READ MORE »

News

Remembering the life of Jed O’Leary

Remembering the life of Jed O’Leary

Brenden Buskirk, Staff Writer

Jed O’Leary lived his entire life at a non-stop pace. Whether it was flying planes, scuba diving, biking or sharing his passion of music, he invested his time in many people. Dr. James “Jed” O’Leary, a graduate...  Read More »

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‘Biggest little rugby town in the USA’

Courtney Upah, Staff Writer

The rugby tournament held here in Wayne this weekend will draw over 1,800 players from out of state, making it the third largest rugby competition in the USA. And it will bring in about half a million dollars. In total,...  Read More »

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Shaun McCabe healing after double lung and liver transplant

Shaun McCabe healing after double lung and liver transplant

Tess Riecke, Staff Writer

Defy the odds. Never lose hope. Keep your sense of humor. All of these describe Wayne State alumnus Shaun McCabe. Being diagnosed with cystic fibrosis can be a death sentence. The disorder causes damage...  Read More »

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Opinion

On the run with Hanna: The trek of a lifetime awaits

On the run with Hanna: The trek of a lifetime awaits

Hanna Conrad, News Editor

I recently read a Barbara Kingsolver creative nonfiction piece, “High Tide in Tucson,” that I found extremely relatable. She writes how, like a hermit crab, she picked...  Read More »

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Letter to the Editor: ‘Culture of cronyism’

March 25, 2015

Roadtrip Time

March 25, 2015

Chad-Christensen

High on the Plains: The Horror! The Horror!

March 25, 2015

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Lifestyles

Brain injuries: Be safe, be informed, be aware

Brain injuries: Be safe, be informed, be aware

Tess Riecke, Staff Writer

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month. The most common form of brain injury is a concussion. With an estimated 1.6 to 3.8 million sports and activity-related concussions, there...  Read More »

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