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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

Residents at Anderson Hall have seen restrictions on how they are able to move and operate in their own residence hall.

Students file claims in the wake of Anderson flood

Aubreanna Miller, Editor-in-Chief January 24, 2023

Over winter break, cold temperatures led to water lines breaking across Wayne State’s campus. The bulk of the incidents occurred in Anderson Hall, where the complete flooding of the third floor led students...

Turn in your WSC General Scholarship Application soon

Olivia Wright, News Writer January 24, 2023

The Wayne State College General Scholarship Application provides all fully admitted students with an opportunity to earn financial aid from a pool of $1,536,080 in club and merit-based awards. The online...

WSC’s cooperative education harvesting change in Peru

Erin Pfeifer, News Writer January 24, 2023

When the freshman students at Wayne State College’s Growing Together Cooperative Education program were handed a packet and asked how they could make a difference in South America, they were slightly...

WSC alum becomes WSC instructor

Jordan Larsen, News Writer January 24, 2023

Jeremy Wynia, an alumni from Wayne State College and current WSC instructor, gave insight into his transition into a professor and gave advice for students from his experiences.  Wynia has been on...

CLAWS to host leadership seminar

Jackson Kelley, News Writer January 24, 2023

CLAWS or Civic Leadership at Wayne State will be hosting a leadership seminar at the State Nebraska Bank and Trust across from the Willow Bowl Jan. 26 and 27 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.  Former Marine Sgt....

Touring Greece through the eyes of its locals

Kortney Fethkenher, News Writer January 24, 2023

Growing up, Anastasios Daktylidis spent his summer vacations seemingly typical. His days were spent with his family soaking up the hot sun on a beach next to the sea.   However, these summer days...

City Hall to move to former Ameritas site by 2024

Maddie Genoways, News Writer January 24, 2023

The Wayne City Government expects big changes in the next year as plans for a new city hall unfold.   At one of their last meetings of the year, the City Council discussed the use of the former Amertias...

Female Filmmakers of Midwest at WSC

Illiana Rosabal-Perez, News Writer December 8, 2022

Three outstanding young graduates and students of WSC's film program have a lot to tell us about what it means for them to bring the female point of view to Midwestern cinema. “I simply want to be...

Senate Discusses the Addition of a Campus Fire Pit

Aubreanna Miller, Editor-in-Chief December 2, 2022

The Senate deliberated a firepit proposal for campus, inducted two new representatives to the School of Business and Technology and allocated $7,200 to the Disc Golf Club at its Nov. 14 meeting.  Before...

Student Senate Proposes Firepit Addition to Campus

Tucker Ashburn, News Writer December 2, 2022

The Wayne State College Student Senate is working to add a firepit between Pile Hall and the newly renovated Peterson building.   The plan is in the early stages of development, but plans are moving...

Getting to Know the WSC Disability Services Program

Kathryn Vlaanderen, News Editor December 1, 2022

Disability Services is a program offered at Wayne State College to provide students with disabilities an equal opportunity for their college education.   The program offers students with accommodations...

Feminine Hygiene Initiative Passed by Senate

Kristian Perez, News Writer December 1, 2022

During their Nov. 21 meeting, the Student Senate passed an executive budget for the Feminine Hygiene Initiative, President Carter Ossian said the idea was at the forefront of Student Senate goals since...

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