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

Kaitlynn Breeden, Reporter

February 13, 2019

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

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

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

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...

Super Bowl ad leaves fans confused and angry

Nick Ulrich, Columnist

February 13, 2019

If you’re an American who has heard of sports, you’ve probably briefly run across this event commonly deemed the “Super Bowl.” Unlike our other sporting events, which only have advertisements for trucks, hunting gear,...

Valentine’s cockroach revenge

Kaitlynn Breeden, Columnist

February 6, 2019

Many of our lives are haunted by the memories of our shitty ex boyfriends or girlfriends. In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, the Hemsley Conservation Centre in Fairseat, England, is having a fundraiser involving their cockroaches....

The frozen machine

Jacob Stewart, Columnist

February 6, 2019

Icy winds are making it difficult to do much of anything, readers. Cabin fever thoughts are beginning to take hold, and I don’t know how much longer I can keep the madness at bay. Soon enough I’ll have started writing on the...

The benefits of being bilingual

Rachel Vogt, Columnist

February 6, 2019

When I came to Wayne State in the fall of 2016, I had a declared major, but wasn’t sure if it would be for me or not. One thing I was sure I wanted to learn more of was Spanish, which was and is still my minor. I have a lot...

Crazy college cat lady

Julia Baxter, Columnist

January 23, 2019

What do you want to be when you grow up? I’m not sure as for my career or other traditional answers… you know, the important stuff that I’ll need to know in less than two years, but I do know that I am on my way to becoming...

More to Planned Parenthood than you know

Rachel Vogt, Columnist

January 23, 2019

Planned Parenthood offers a wide variety of services including birth control and educating people on the different types and their options within using birth control, cancer screenings, well-woman visits, LGBTQ healthcare, HIV...

Knocking on wood to expect an answer

Sean Dunn, Columnist

January 23, 2019

Hello, reader. If you’ll allow me the honor, I’d like a moment of your time. Patience is a virtue, as we all know. The image of patience, however, is misconstrued. The ideal image for patience is remaining calm, inactivity. Sitting...

Whitewashed Jesus over the real black King

Nick Ulrich, Columnist

January 23, 2019

As many of you may be aware, Monday was Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Luckily, Trump, just this week, finally announced MLK day as a holiday. He is a real hero for the black community. In other news, our school has so hastily decided...