The Wayne Stater

Graduation at WSC postponed until late summer

Llolanda Hernandez, Staff Writer

April 5, 2020

Graduation at Wayne State College has been officially postponed to a later date due to the Covid-19 outbreak. The ceremony for undergraduate and graduates was set to take place on Saturday, May 9, but a date for later ceremony...

Commuter parking lot still expected to be completed on time

Whitney Winter, Staff Writer

April 5, 2020

Construction of a commuter parking lot at the top of the hill next to Anderson hall is still on schedule to be completed this summer, Kyle Nelsen, director of WSC Facility Services, said. Nelsen said the outbreak and spread...

Seniors dealing with difficult transition to cap undergraduate studies

Halleigh Hawkins, Staff Writer

March 28, 2020

Seniors have made a tough transition to online classes to finish out their last year. It is a tough reality for everyone. Many campus clubs and organizations have either ended completely for the rest of the year or transitioned...

Board policy results in changes to academic calendar

Llolanda Hernandez, Staff Writer

March 28, 2020

Wayne State College has made changes to the academic calendar with the Nebraska State College System. “The changes we are making to our campus schedule are to keep us in alignment with that NSCS board policy,” said Ronald...

WSC students elect Smith, Richling

March 27, 2020

Adam Smith and Jackson Richling were elected president and vice president of the WSC Student Senate today by a narrow margin.   Smith and Richling won the election with 50.96% of the vote, according to current S...

A letter from The Wayne Stater

March 27, 2020

Letter from the Editor  The last couple of weeks have been crazy for everyone. Last week, WSC had an extended break, and we have spent this week trying to figure out how we will still be distributing news to everyone.  ...