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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

WSC student lets dogs out on campus

Olivia Wright, Staff Writer April 19, 2023

Heads turned as Elias Reiter walked into his British Literature class one sunny Tuesday morning at Wayne State College. Classmates exchanged a few hushed whispers and confused glances as Reiter settled...

Bodlak releases first feature film

Joe Merkel, Staff Writer April 19, 2023

Blake Bodlak, a film student at Wayne State College, is making waves in the local film community with his new short film "Mollie's Goodbye." The film, which Bodlak wrote, directed, and produced, tells...

Many students have found a relationship with God during their time at WSC. Photo by Reagan Hudson.

WSC religious groups provide students with safe places to continue their relationship with God

Reagan Hudson, Staff Writer April 19, 2023

Before Yance Garner came to college, he never knew Jesus.   Growing up his family would occasionally go to church, just to be able to check it off the “list of being a Christian.” It was during...

Students of State Colleges Fight for Free Feminine Hygiene Products

Maddie Genoways, Staff Writer April 19, 2023

Any person who has experienced menstruation knows the shame and fear that comes with being stuck in public without access to decent period products. Across the country, menstruation products are often...

Deborah Whitt retires after 37 years of service to Wayne State College

Kathryn Vlaanderen, News Editor April 19, 2023

The chair of the Department of Communication Arts, Deborah Whitt, will retire after 37 years of dedication and excellence at Wayne State College.    Whitt grew up on a farm near Columbus and Platts...

Plant Fest brought several students together in the Frey

Lesly Luna-Duran, Staff Writer April 5, 2023

The Plant Fest held on March 29 in the Frey attracted and brought many students together.   The event started with a 15-question Kahoot where students had to answer various questions about plants....

WAAVE holds sexual assault prevention meeting

Jordan Larsen, Staff Writer April 5, 2023

A sexual assault prevention meeting was put on by WAAVE and Survivor’s Not Victims to help spread sexual assault awareness outside of the campus library on March 29.   The event included a session...

WSC professor gives a presentation on behalf of National Athletic Training Month

Hannah Keller, Staff Writer April 5, 2023

Kris Fox, professor in the department of health, human performance and sport development, spoke about National Athletic Training Month on March 28 at 4:30 p.m.    As a member of the National Athletic...

Phi Alpha Theta hosts presentation on Holocaust survivor’s story

Katie Humburg, Staff Writer April 5, 2023

The History Honor Society, Phi Alpha Theta, brought in Steven Wees to share his mother’s story of surviving the Holocaust.  The presentation took place in the Ley Theater in Benthack Hall on Wednesday,...

CLAWS hosts volunteerism production

Hailey Walsh, Staff Writer April 5, 2023

Civic Leadership at Wayne State (CLAWS) hosted a production of Leadership in Non-Profit Organizations and Volunteerism in the Community on Thursday, March 30 in Gardner Hall Auditorium.  CLAWS brought...

Climate change strike is held to celebrate Earth Day

Maelee Beacom, Staff Writer April 5, 2023

Celebrate Earth Day during a climate change strike to make Earth a clean and green planet, at 4:30 in the Willow Bowl. Earth Day is celebrated globally on April 22 and known as a day to plant trees...

Fulfilling a 100-year promise, students to take a trip to Hugh Glass Monument

Aubreanna Miller, Editor-in-Chief March 30, 2023

“...And to you, dear unborn Scribe of the twenty-first century, is entrusted the duty of preparing the celebration of the second centennial of the heroic achievement of Glass,” John Neihardt, in the...

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