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The student news site of Wayne State College

The Wayne Stater

The student news site of Wayne State College

The Wayne Stater

Choir hosts concerts Dec. 2 and 3

by Sara McKenna, Staff Writer November 20, 2023

A concert and dinner are being held in the Peterson Fine Arts instrumental hall to celebrate the holiday season by the Wayne State Choirs during the first weekend of December. The Cocoa and Carols concert...

“Blue Beetle” shines a light on family, Hispanic representation

Kathryn Vlaanderen, Staff Writer September 26, 2023

As a fan of DC Comics, I couldn’t wait to buy a ticket to watch the new adaptation of one of my favorite superheroes: “Blue Beetle.” This film has helped DC Comics make cinematic history as the first...

Behind the Scenes, Family Channels are Toxic

Kathryn Vlaanderen, Staff Writer September 20, 2023

Trigger Warning: Child Abuse, Starvation,     On August 30, Utah mother and Family YouTuber Ruby Franke and her business partner were arrested after Franke’s 12-year-old climbed out the window...

I watched the lowest rated Nicolas Cage movie so you don’t have to

Lurye Baxa, Editor-in-Chief September 20, 2023

Given a whopping 0% by Rotten Tomatoes, Nicolas Cage’s movie “Left Behind” deserved its rapture storyline.  Based on the apocalyptic novels by Jerry B. Jenkins and Tim LaHaye, this remake of...

Second City tour makes stop at WSC for improv performance

Maddie Genoways, Staff Writer April 5, 2023

The touring troupe from the legendary Second City Comedy Club will make a stop at WSC on April 13 for an audience-inclusive improv comedy performance on love, relationships and everything in between.  The...

I watched the lowest rated Disney movie so you don’t have to

Lurye Baxa, Arts and Entertainment Editor March 21, 2023

I feel extremely glad I do not pay for my Disney+ subscription. Instead, I only wasted my time and not my money watching this movie.  “The Jungle Book 2” came out in 2003 and was directed by Steve...

Wayne State College presents “Our Town”

Hannah Keller, Staff Writer March 21, 2023

Wayne State College students are performing the production “Our Town” at the Black Box Theatre in the Peterson Fine Arts building on March 23 through March 26.   The performance times are as follows:...

“Unbought” taught the audience women’s history

Lurye Baxa, Arts and Entertainment Editor March 14, 2023

Did I ever think I would learn more about women’s history from a one-woman show than I did in history class? No. But I did anyway.  “Unbought” is the story of three African American women in...

“Outer Banks” season three is just as binge worthy as the others

Lurye Baxa, Arts and Entertainment Editor February 28, 2023

Alright, so here’s the deal. I have always been a fan of “Outer Banks.” I have been watching it since the beginning.  However, this season did not hit the mark like the other two.  “Outer...

Treble Honor Chior members Akara Hall, left, Addysen, middle and Oliver, right, sing in the alto part during sectional time.

Honor choir hosted by WSC exceeds audience capacity

Reagan Hudson, Staff Writer February 7, 2023

WSC hosted two high school honor choirs, Mixed Choir and Treble Choir, in which hundreds of high school students auditioned, but only about 50 students were accepted, in Ley Theater, which went over the...

Student films to premiere at the Majestic Theater

Aubreanna Miller, Editor-in-Chief January 31, 2023

Gage Dawson, Joeseph Merkel and Emma Franco will premiere their student produced and directed films on Tuesday, Feb. 7 at 7 p.m. at the Majestic Theater.  The free event will debut Dawson’s film...

“Avatar: The Way of Water” makes box office strides

Hailey Walsh, News Writer January 24, 2023

“Avatar: The Way of Water” was released on Dec. 16, 2022. The sequel to Avatar is 192 minutes long, and once again, directed and produced by James Cameron. I dutifully took it upon myself to review...

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