The Wayne Stater

Yass, Queen!

Julia Baxter, Staff Writer

March 29, 2017

The annual Wayne State College Drag Show last Thursday was a big hit, with performances from Autumn Quinn, Sony Boner, Kahtya Tehsion, Avii Quinn, Ida Bang Him, Alex Lee Damage, Mister Brightside, Veronica, Anastasia Shakers...

NATS adapts to an ever-changing campus

Erika Schwartz, Staff Writer

March 29, 2017

Today’s world revolves around technology. Network and Technology Services (NATS) is making sure the technological world at WSC revolves smoothly. Every year, NATS runs a survey hosted by Educause, which is an international...

Night at the Henry Doorly Zoo

Tess Riecke, Photo Editor

March 22, 2017

The Wayne State Wildlife Society sponsored a trip to the Henry Doorly Zoo over the past weekend. Fourteen students camped out in the Desert Dome on Saturday night. The trip included two guided “hikes” at night and in the...

Looking to fill the gaps

Emmalee Scheibe, Staff Writer

March 22, 2017

Despite faculty retirements and open positions, Vice President of Academic Affairs Steve Elliott said the School of Education and Counseling is well-prepared for state and national accreditation. The college plans to fill a majority...

Believers of four different world religions: Dr. Meena Dalal, a follower of Hindu; Gary Weddel, a follower of Baha’i; Pastor Douglas Dill, a Lutheran pastor; and Bronwyn Zitka, a follower of Wicca, discussed their faith with the campus community on March 14.


March 22, 2017

Rames to review task force’s budget cut outline

Nate Neary, Staff Writer

March 15, 2017

After weeks of internal discussion on how to most efficiently meet Gov. Pete Ricketts’ proposed tax cut demands, President Marysz Rames’s assigned the Budget Advisory Task Force (BATF) has finished outlining possible strategies. The...

More options with that meal plan?

Julia Baxter, Staff Writer

March 15, 2017

The meal plans at Wayne State College will be changing in the 2017-2018 school year, and will include an entirely new meal plan option. A 150-block meal plan with $200 in flex, costing $1,750, will be made available to s...

Bowen, inside out

Morgan Stough, Staff Writer

March 15, 2017

Bowen Hall renovations are moving along in a timely manner, and the hall is on schedule to reopen for the fall semester of 2017. At first glance, the inside of the building still looks like there is a lot of work to be done. ...

Policy unchanged despite federal changes

Nathan Neary, Staff Writer

March 1, 2017

The chancellor of the Nebraska State College System, Stan Carpenter, issued a statement via email to the entire State College System community regarding the Trump administration’s reversal on federal protections given to transgender...