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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

The History of the Wayne Planetarium

The History of the Wayne Planetarium

Luke Stara, News Writer September 24, 2021

With flooding, weddings, and classes, the Fred G. Dale Planetarium at Wayne State College boasts a rich history and provides Todd Young, a professor of physics and astronomy, a way to provide back to the...

Happy and Healthy Hour takes place every Thursday from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.  Photo from https://www.wsc.edu/events/event/2664/happy_and_healthy_hour

Happy and Healthy Hour

Clare Hornung, News Writer September 23, 2021

Happy and Healthy Hour is put on by the Counseling Center every Thursday from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the Kanter Student Center atrium. Tabetha Waggoner, Student Counselor, said that Happy and Healthy...

Homecoming Week Preview

Homecoming Week Preview

Savannah Ameen, News Writer September 23, 2021

Homecoming week is quickly approaching here on the Wayne State campus and there are many activities for all to enjoy. Activities will be provided for freshmen, returning students, transfer students and...

Gómez to perform poems in lower cafeteria

Collin Hain, News Writer September 23, 2021

Wayne State College brought in renowned spoken word poet Carlos Andrés Gómez to perform some of his poems in the lower cafeteria in the student center on Sept. 13. People can get integrated into the...

Faculty Spotlight: Professor Suzanne Scott

Kathryn Vlaanderen, Staff Writer September 22, 2021

 Suzanne Scott is Wayne State College’s newest assistant professor in the Counseling Department, and she is happy to make her new home in Wayne, Nebraska. Scott’s story starts in Illinois where...

Nebraska Court of Appeals College Campus Initiative

Nebraska Court of Appeals College Campus Initiative

Elizabeth Hjelm, Photo Editor September 22, 2021

Wayne State College hosted the Nebraska Court of Appeals College Campus Initiative Thursday, September 16. According to the State of Nebraska Judicial Branch website, the Nebraska Court of Appeals...

Students enjoy fellowship in the Willow Bowl ahead of the Festival of Lights.

Festival of Lights

Jennifer Castillo, News Writer September 22, 2021

Wayne State College students participated in an outdoor movie event, Festival of Lights, where they watched Tangled and release lanterns in the Willow Bowl. The student activities board organized a Tangled...

New Focus in Sports Media at WSC

Mark Albers, News Writer September 22, 2021

The Wayne State College Communication Arts Department created a new focus in sports media to adhere to the growing interest from new students and the need for education in the professional field. With...

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New assistant professor for arts and design

Autumn McIntyre, News Writer September 17, 2021

Beatriz Rodriguez, WSC’s newest assistant professor for Art and Design, has an undeniable love for printmaking and art in general. Originally from Cuba, Rodriguez moved to Miami, Florida when she...

Man on the street

Alondra Casillo and Hayley Ortmeier, News Writers September 17, 2021

The Texas Heartbeat Act officially went into effect on Sept. 1. This law does not permit abortions after a heartbeat has been detected which is approximately around six weeks. However, this law is very...

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Active Minds hosts a lighted memorial walk

Aubreanna Miller, Staff Writer September 16, 2021

For National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, Active Minds is hosting a lighted memorial walk Sept. 16 from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. for the 1,100 college students who commit suicide each year. Active...

Parking concerns on WSC campus

Erin Schwager, News Writer September 16, 2021

Many students and faculty realize that parking has been a main concern for years at Wayne State College, even with the addition of some faculty parking this summer and a new commuter lot last year. Campus...

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