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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

How I’m Dealing with Burnout

Jayde Teutsch, Staff Writer November 16, 2022

As the end of the semester approaches, I’ve found myself stuck in the same cycle each day; my classes are becoming repetitive and there isn’t much to do to destress when the sun sets before 6 p.m.   Burnout...

Rules do not Enslave: Catholic Morality in a Meaningless Culture

Elias Reiter November 15, 2022

I do not wish to prove the particulars of Catholic morality, but rather, explain in a short and insufficient length, the fundamental structure of Catholic morality in contrast to the meaningless freedom...

Dear Diary: Leave Lesbians Out of Your Lyrics

Zaynab Kouatli, Opinion Editor November 15, 2022

Dear Diary,  I am so sick of every time I tell someone I am lesbian, they ask if they can watch. It feels exhausting not being able to exist as a lesbian without some man objectifying my identity....

Stop Glamourising Sex Work

MacKenzie Peterson, Staff Writer November 9, 2022

Let us stop pretending that sex work is empowering- that is lives within a pretty pink box with a pretty pink bow all tied up.   According to the U.S. Department of Justice’s “Assessment of U.S....


John Vuchetich November 2, 2022

Every year as the air blows in like a northern specter on translucent Icey wings, the grass like old hermits shrivel away from the approaching specter, lose their moister and shrivel away, every step you...

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In Defense of Spiders

Zaynab Kouatli, Opinion Editor November 2, 2022

It’s a tale as old as time; a spider is minding its business when suddenly it hears a shrew scream, “EW OMG KILL THAT DISGUSTING SPIDER WTF.” Before the spider can even understand what all the yelling...

Art is Not as Valuable as Our Planet – An Artist’s Take on the Soup Protest

Maddie Genoways, Staff Writer November 2, 2022

A little after 11 a.m. on Oct. 14 at the National Gallery art museum in London, England, two young women enter gallery 43 mostly unnoticed by other museum-goers.   Suddenly, both young women reach...

Valuable Tips to Monitor Online Browsing

Kathryn Vlaanderen, News Editor October 25, 2022

The next time that you are surfing the Internet, take a step back from the views, information and clicks to evaluate your safety with these valuable tips on how to stay safe online.     The first...

One Year to Being Queer

Jayde Teutsch, Staff Writer October 25, 2022

October 11 was National Coming Out Day, a holiday first created in 1988. This year it trailed a mere 19 days behind the day I celebrated my one year coming out anniversary. I was, for the first time ever,...

True Crime Content is Unhinged

Zaynab Kouatli, Opinion Editor October 12, 2022

If you are someone who uses the internet, chances are you have come across true crime content in one way or another, whether that is a makeup and true crime mashup or a Jeffrey Dahmer fan cam.   True...

Disney Child Star’s Tragic Life Comes to Light in the New Film “Chip n’ Dale: Rescue Rangers”

Kathryn Vlaanderen, News Editor October 12, 2022

While studying for midterms and enjoying Homecoming week, I sat down to watch Disney’s new 2022 movie “Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers.”    The film is filled to the brim with nostalgic cliches,...

Lesbians Do Not Want You

MacKenzie Peterson October 12, 2022

Dear every single woman,     Just because I am a lesbian does not mean I am attracted to you.    Recently, I had the great pleasure to find out that because I am a lesbian, when I hang out...

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