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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

I ended a friendship, here is what happened

Zaynab Kouatli, Opinion Editor October 14, 2021

I have been friends with redacted for quite a long time. I will cherish the memories I have made with redacted, but I am so glad that I am no longer friends with them. Maybe you are in a similar situation...

No, small towns aren’t the main driver in cultivating racism

Blake Aspen, Student Senate President October 14, 2021

In previous editions of the Stater, an editorial claimed, without evidence, that small towns are “cultivating racism.” Within that editorial, according to a member of the Student Senate, lines were...

To Live or Let Die?

John Munter, Student Contributor October 14, 2021

With the release of No Time to Die, the 25 mainline James Bond has finally been released. I am looking forward to seeing it in theaters soon. I have heard it’s good. A proper to send off to Daniel Craig,...

The Final Emperors

Jake Stewart, Columnist October 13, 2021

My mind has been lost in antiquity recently, readers. While I’ve always found an interest in history, these last few months the focus has been on the Roman Empire. Strange, I know, but we live in a world...

Letter to the editor evolves into Twitter storm on Stater editorial policies

Letter to the editor evolves into Twitter storm on Stater editorial policies

Kaitlynn Breeden, Editor-in-Chief October 7, 2021

The first paper of this semester came out on Sept. 8 and we have a brand new editorial staff. Due to everyone being new and learning the programs we use, there was a mistake made with page 6. An old pdf...

Through Wind and Madness

Jake Stewart, Columnist October 7, 2021

The deranged menace has shown his face once again, readers. That Greek bastard—my attorney—Stephen Adonis, has come out of hiding to do what he does best—ruin my life. Indeed. We are not safe, folks....

Opinion on the letter I got in the mail

Kaitlynn Breeden, Editor-in-Chief October 6, 2021

I got a letter addressed to the Editor in Chief of the Wayne Stater, which would be me, and I can only view it as pointless. It just was an envelope addressed to me in the office and inside was a front...

Respect people’s pronouns

Zaynab Kouatli, Opinion Editor October 6, 2021

One of your peers may wear a dress and makeup everyday but that does not make them a girl. Another may have a beard and wear sports attire, but that does not make them a boy. The way a person presents...

A study of zombies

Jacob Stewart, Columnist September 30, 2021

I’m having my students read World War Z as a means of understanding the concept of survivor stories and the literary function of conflict. So far, it seems that some have come to truly enjoy it—reading...

Rise in fentanyl deaths

Kaitlynn Breeden, Editor-in-Chief September 30, 2021

On Sept. 27 the DEA released a Public Safety Alert warning the country of the alarming increase in the lethality and availability of fake prescription pills containing fentanyl and methamphetamine. These...

Having dyed hair and tattoos is not unprofessional

Zaynab Kouatli, Opinion Editor September 29, 2021

I am currently typing this with Splat’s Blue Envy dye soaking in my hair. Next month I will put my hair through another round of bleach and try green for the first time. This might come to a shock for...

Troubled times make for good writing

Jake Stewart, Columnist September 23, 2021

The hour is late, readers, but there is no rest for the wicked. I suppose this speaks poorly on my character, but I’ve never been one to worry about my standing in the eyes of proper society. Those who...

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