The Wayne Stater

Improving Rylee’s love life

Kaitlynn Breeden, Reporter

March 12, 2019

Filed under Opinion

Some would say I’m charismatic and kind. Others would say I’m a piece of garbage. Similar garbage to me, is my roommate Rylee. Rylee is very single and in her free time she likes to browse Tinder.Tinder is the number one da...

I wasn’t able to enjoy my spring break

Nick Ulrich, Columnist

March 12, 2019

Filed under Opinion

Like all of the other students here at WSC, I was looking forward to my spring break trip. I had booked a flight and AirBNB earlier in the year and had all of my days planned out. But unfortunately, I was followed on my spring break ...

Editorial: have a great spring break, Wildcats

Wayne Stater Staff

February 26, 2019

Filed under Opinion

Well folks, it is finally upon us. Spring break is here. Oh excuse me, mid term break. We get it, it’s not spring, but this IS spring break. No matter what we call it, we all hope everyone has a good and much needed break. ...

The old stomping grounds

Jacob Stewart, Columnist

February 26, 2019

Filed under Opinion

It seems that the only activity left to us in these frigid times is heavy drinking, readers. The blood’s running cold and is in desperate need of fuel, and the mind could certainly use a break after these long weeks of wint...

A day in the reality T.V.

Justin Yost, Columnist

February 26, 2019

Filed under Opinion

President Donald Trump’s former personal lawyer Michael Cohen will be testifying before the House today, where he is expected to present documents alleging Trump engaged in criminal conduct during his time in the White House. ...

Did the Catholic church forget about the justice

Nick Ulrich, Columnist

February 26, 2019

Filed under Opinion

Some people may read these Godless columns and wonder about my morals and my knowledge about what is right and wrong.  I have strong opinions and I usually back it up with a combination of sarcasm and conceit, which, in my exper...

Let’s get rid of snow

Justin Yost, Opinion Editor

February 19, 2019

Filed under Opinion

Does anyone else just hate snow? I can’t stand it. Let’s be honest, no one actually likes snow. You can say you like it, but the cons of snow greatly outweigh the pros. Yes sledding and snowball fights are fun, but shoveling a...

One cut is worth as many measurements as it takes

Sean Dunn, Columnist

February 19, 2019

Filed under Opinion

People are very polite, these days. Too damn polite, in the face of tolerance. Tolerance, I feel, is a very obsessed-over word these days. We talk about tolerance in all sorts of manner; religious tolerance, pain tolerance, bact...

I was a P.O.S. and it worked

Kaitlynn Breeden, Reporter

February 13, 2019

Filed under Opinion

There are a lot of things you can do in 14 hours. You could read a book, throw a party, go to a concert. I spent 14 hours covering the bathroom in my dorm in Gucci wallpaper. I spent the majority of last weekend printing out 150...

What’s to stop them?

Nick Ulrich, Columnist

February 13, 2019

Filed under Opinion

Everybody knows that college campuses everywhere are filled with immature young men, hoping to achieve some sexual satisfaction through whatever means possible. Usually colleges are given the task of playing the parent to these...

Return of the Greek menace

Jacob Stewart, Columnist

February 13, 2019

Filed under Opinion

Things were looking up, readers. The sun was shining, snow was melting, and the threat of another government shutdown was thwarted. Life seemed to be moving in a positive direction. That all came to an end when I got a phone...

Editorial: LB 206 shows importance of autonomous student journalism

The Wayne Stater Staff

February 13, 2019

Filed under Opinion

A bill protecting Nebraskan student journalists’ First Amendment rights, Legislative Bill 206, was introduced in the Nebraska State Legislature on Feb. 1. On top of ensuring students’ autonomy, LB206 will safeguard the jobs...