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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

Cat Power embodies Bob Dylan in new Album

Kathryn Vlaanderen, Staff Writer November 29, 2023

“Cat Power Sings Dylan – The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert” is an authentic cover album of American folk legend, Bob Dylan’s monumental concert at London’s Royal Albert Hall in 1996.  Chan...

The U.S. loves poor people

Jayde Teutsch , Staff Writer November 29, 2023

One thing the United States truly loves is poor people. Different companies and even government agencies will do just about anything to keep financially unstable individuals from having savings.   I...

Wayne State participates in mental health study

Ty Sterling, Staff Writer November 29, 2023

Wayne State College students are encouraged to fill out the Healthy Minds Study for a chance to win prizes and assist in improving student life on campus.  WSC is participating in the Healthy Minds...

WSC Student Surveys

Quentin Stanek, Staff Writer November 29, 2023

Wayne State College has sent out several surveys to students at the college  “All different departments have different needs for surveys, so we just sent out the Healthy Minds Survey, and that is...

WSC to have semiannual Social Sciences Day

Quin Otto , Staff Writer November 29, 2023

Wayne State College will be hosting their semiannual Social Sciences Day on November 30 to honor students’ academic excellence.   Social Sciences Day will consist of the best social sciences student...

Campus Tours: Disrupting or Helpful for Students?

Kambryn Nelson, Staff Writer November 29, 2023

WSC campus tours can be seen as a disruption to students across campus.  WSC regularly has tours going on around campus. Sometimes this can be a student interested in coming to WSC or it can be a group...


November 29, 2023

One hundred years ago, John G. Neihardt, the poet laureate of Nebraska in perpetuity and a Wayne State alum, challenged WSC students in 2023 to go to the monument he created for trapper Hugh Glass at the...

Students invited to give gifts to survivors of abuse

Jennifer Juzyk , Staff Writer November 29, 2023

The STRIVE office and the Student Activities Board are collaborating to encourage students, faculty and staff donate to three survivors of domestic violence or sexual assault through Dec. 4.  “Each...

Art On Display

Trevor Jeffrey, Staff Writer November 29, 2023

The Wayne State College Art Department will host, “Box of Trinkets,” a senior art exhibit, by WSC seniors, Adam Boggs, Betsy Eckstrom, Lakia Eilts and Hallie Jensen in Conn Library’s Nordstrand Visual...

A JAZZy performance to be held at Ramsey

Hannah Keller, Staff Writer November 29, 2023

The Wayne State College Jazz Band will  perform an assortment of music in Ramsey Theatre  on December 1 at 7:30pm.   Directed by WSC band instructor, Michael Genslinger, the jazz band consists of...

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...

Majestic Theatre helps keep cinema alive

Melinda Winhold, Staff Writer November 14, 2023

The Majestic Theatre ,an inexpensive place to find good entertainment in Wayne, is open Thursday through Sunday.   Wayne State College students are able to get four free tickets per semester to The...

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