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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

Symptoms of burnout include excessive stress, fatigue, insomnia, sadness, irritability, high blood pressure and even heart disease if you’re not careful.

Burnout is real and on the rise

Lurye Baxa, A&E Editor April 13, 2022

I think we can all agree that the last semester of school is always the hardest.  At this point, you have already been in school since August, and you probably wanted to be done with the school year...

“Avatar: The Last Airbender” is still relevant

Zaynab Kouatli, Opinion Editor April 13, 2022

On February 21, 2005, “Avatar the Last Airbender” premiered on Nickelodeon. During my childhood this was my favorite show and despite being released 17 years ago it still remains as my number one. The...

Sabrina Fallah, Canadian rock artist, can be heard on KWSC 91.9 The Cat.

Sabrina Fallah rocks KWSC airwaves

Whitney Winter, Photo Editor April 6, 2022

Not in my wildest dreams would I have dreamt that through Wayne State College I would be able to interview an international artist. But here is the day those dreams come true.   I have had the tremendous...

Letter to the Editor

John Munter, WSC Student April 6, 2022

This article is a response to the previous opinion pieces “White women’s tears: a deadly weapon” and “There needs to be women’s history in education,” both of which were posted in the March...

LBGTQ+ students should feel safe in classrooms.

LGBTQ+ should feel safe in classrooms

Zaynab Kouatli, Opinion Editor April 6, 2022

I spoke to a WSC student who is studying education and is currently completing their practicum (this student wants to remain anonymous). During their practicum experience, they have had an opportunity...

White womens tears: a deadly weapon

White women’s tears: a deadly weapon

Zaynab Kouatli, Opinion Editor March 30, 2022

A trend that is going viral on Tik Tok called the “Turn it Off Challenge” shows many predominantly white women recording themselves crying and then quickly shifting their wails to a sneer. Many Black...

There needs to be women’s history in education

Lurye Baxa, A&E Editor March 30, 2022

I think we can all agree that the American education system sucks. To be honest, I have learned more about history through TikTok than I ever did in history class.   In school, I was taught all about...

Hookup Culture

WSC Student March 30, 2022

Here’s a little awful rant. To the readers out there who participate in hookup culture, I’m genuinely curious as to why and how you do it. What could you possibly gain from an unwanted situationship,...

A Timeless Queer Classic: “But I’m a Cheerleader”

MacKenzie Peterson, WSC Student March 23, 2022

"But I'm a Cheerleader" is a satire, comedy, queer romance movie directed by Jamie Babbit in 1999, with a screenplay by Brian Peterson. With performances that blend humor and compassion, the outcome is...

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The big what if

Jake Stewart, Columnist - Dead in the Water March 23, 2022

I’m watching this would-be snow fall from my living room window. They had called for three inches of the wet/heavy stuff, and yet, there’s very little taking shape. The start of spring seems to have...

Top 10 Women

Kristian Perez, Staff Writer March 23, 2022

There are many women both in history and today that inspire other women and people strongly.   It’s important to make sure we honor these women even to this day as they were the women that set the...

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When crunchy becomes crusty

Zaynab Kouatli, Opinion Editor March 23, 2022

The crunchy lifestyle is one that includes eating only organic food, using cloth diapers and composting. Being crunchy or granola means to live an ecofriendly and holistic life. One could say they have...

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