The Wayne Stater

Richard III, revisited

Jacob Stewart, Columnist

October 9, 2019

Cold winds are rising, readers, and in far too many ways. While we are dealing with a dreary start to October, folks in Montana have been buried beneath the snow, waking up to days well below freezing. It seems that winter is...

It looked like fun ’til midterms

Llolanda Hernandez, Staff Writer

October 9, 2019

College sounded easy back when older siblings were in it. They were busy complaining and you thought they were just being overdramatic. Now, we’re the overwhelmed younger siblings attending college. Tests, papers, social events,...

Pumpkin spice and everything nice

Brianna Parsons, Staff Writer

October 9, 2019

Fall is full of pumpkin spice and everything nice. The fall season is the Halloween lovers, scary movie lovers and pumpkin spice lovers favorite time. Between the months of September and December, people are attending pumpkin...

Customers should also be kind

Kadra Sommersted-Simmons, Staff Writer

October 9, 2019

After more than four years of working in customer service, I will never understand why people come in a couple minutes before closing and leave more than a quarter after. We are always told to be courteous to our customers,...

Letter to the editor

Chantal Lawson, Opinion Writer

October 2, 2019

On Saturday’s football game I was deeply upset by the three WSC football players who ran onto the field and started warming up during the band’s halftime show. I found it immensely disrespectful and thought it showed a huge...

Walmart Cap 2 sucks

Kaitlynn Breeden, Staff Writer

October 2, 2019

I’ve worked at Walmart since 2017 (a questionable decision on my part), when I was hired as a cashier. I have many cashier horror stories I would prefer not to relive, which is why I’m trying to climb the Walmart corporate...

Everyone should be vegan

Nick Ulrich, Columnist

September 25, 2019

Before ever coming to Wayne State College, I had made a decision to stop eating meat. It was an emotional answer to an emotional problem and one that I knew would solve no world problems on its own. Yet, despite these irrational...

Peace in our time

Jacob Stewart, Columnist

September 25, 2019

I’ve got half a bottle of Irish whiskey tempting me, readers. It whispers to me from the kitchen in a gentle brogue. I must say, folks, it’s been a challenge sitting here in this ugly sobriety. The urge to uncork the bottle...

Procrastination is ruining my life

Kaitlynn Breeden, Columnist

September 25, 2019

I procrastinate 92 precent of the things I’m supposed to do. Procrastinating everything goes hand-in-hand with me being a piece of garbage. Here’s a list of things I’ve procrastinated in the past and how it’s affected...

Caring isn’t criminal

Julia Baxter, Columnist

September 25, 2019

I’m really sick of the idea that caring about things that you do is lame or stupid. I don’t understand why it has ever existed or why people think that they shouldn’t care about where their lives are going or the work that...

Upper and lower changes

Whitney Winter, Staff Writer

September 18, 2019

As a freshman here at WSC, I have come to learn that I’ve been spoiled from being raised on quality, family-butchered beef and chickens, as well as, a lavish diet of meat and potatoes. My family and I enjoyed farm-fresh eggs...

Pro-life movies are emotional

Nick Ulrich, Staff Writer

September 18, 2019

Let’s start this off by saying that I’m not a religious person. It’s not that I don’t believe in any of it, I just don’t feel a need for it, and I think in some ways it damages the work people do toward a greater good....