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The Wayne Stater

The student news site of Wayne State College

The Wayne Stater

The student news site of Wayne State College

The Wayne Stater

I Watched the Lowest Rated Christmas Movie So You Don’t Have To

Lurye Baxa, Arts and Entertainment Editor December 2, 2022

“The Nutcracker” is usually a beautiful story about a young girl and her Christmas present, the titular nutcracker, as they go on an adventure through a new realm. The music is gorgeous and all they...

I Watched the Lowest Rated Superhero Movie So You Don’t Have To

Lurye Baxa, Arts and Entertainment Editor November 16, 2022

For a movie all about the strongest form of energy in the universe, “Max Steel” was lackadaisical at best.  “Max Steel,” which came out in 2016, was directed by Stewart Hendler and written...

I Watched the Lowest Rated Horror Movie so You Don’t Have To

Lurye Baxa, Arts and Entertainment Editor November 2, 2022

I spent $3 on this movie. It was not worth it.  “One Missed Call” was released in 2008 and directed by Eric Valette. And, no, you don’t know his name because all his movies suck. It is a remake...

Photojournalism Students Capture Weekly Events

April 6, 2022

SAB Craft Bingo on March 30 The Shackletons Concert on March 31 Poetry Workshop on April 1 SAB Spa Day on March 29

Annual Scholarship Audition days coming up

Maddie Genoways, Staff Writer March 30, 2022

The department of music hosted its annual scholarship audition days for incoming freshmen on Feb. 11 and March 18 in the Peterson Fine Arts Building.  These two audition days give new students hoping...

An art piece titled 480 Days by WSC senior Abigail Olson.

“Roots & Routes” Senior Art Exhibit

Kaylee Koch, News Writer March 30, 2022

The “Roots and Routes” senior art exhibit had its opening reception in Conn Library’s Nordstrand Visual Arts Gallery at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 23.   The exhibit highlights the works of four...

KWSC 91.9 and SAB host The Shackletons on March 31

KWSC 91.9 and SAB host The Shackletons on March 31

Whitney Winter, Photo Editor March 23, 2022

KWSC 91.9 The Cat and Student Activities Board presents a Live in Lower concert with the Twin Cities’ rock band, The Shackletons. The band consists of three brothers, Colin Campbell on lead vocals and...

World Speech Day is celebrated by students and faculty on March 15

Whitney Winter, Photo Editor March 23, 2022

Students and faculty watch students give speeches throughout the day on March 15 for World Speech Day at Wayne State College.

“Abandoned Nebraska & Other Works” by Chad Petska

Whitney Winter, Photo Editor March 23, 2022

Blue Cat Gallery in downtown Wayne presents Chad Petska's "Abandoned Nebraska & Other Works" which is open from March 4-April 30.

6th Annual World Speech Day at WSC

6th Annual World Speech Day at WSC

Kaylee Koch, News Writer March 2, 2022

Wayne State College will be hosting World Speech Day on March 15 in the Student Center Atrium from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.   The global event is being led by the WSC argumentation classes, under the direction...

Four WSC student films compete at BisonBison Film Festival

Four WSC student films compete at BisonBison Film Festival

Grace Hunke, Staff Writer March 2, 2022

Four of Wayne State College’s student-made films made it into the BisonBison Film Festival, a collegiate national festival.   Mike White, the film professor at WSC, is very excited for his students....

Discourse on film realism and its importance to filmmakers

Ally Boyd, News Writer February 9, 2022

There has been discourse over the past few months in the film community ever since news broke out that a prop gun caused the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and injured the director on the set...

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