The Wayne Stater

NSCS office may also take budget cuts

Nate Neary, Staff Writer

February 1, 2017

The 4 percent budget cut proposed by Gov. Pete Ricketts, set to take effect on July 1, 2017, will be felt across the state. Possibly even the Nebraska State College Systems office in Lincoln. Carolyn Murphy, the NSCS vice chancellor...

Husker legend offers leadership lessons

Nathan Pearson, Staff Writer

February 1, 2017

Dr. Tom Osborne, legendary Cornhusker head football coach, outlined the keys to leadership and success during a presentation at Ramsey Theatre on Sunday night. Osborne talked about the process he used as a leader at Nebraska,...

#saltgate2017

January 18, 2017

A tweet (shown above) sent out by Director of College Relations Jay Collier created controversy on social media yesterday. Many commenters have found the tweet to be unprofessional and not taking student safety seriously. Other commenters did back up Collier’s tweet, ...

WSC alum teaches the language of diversity

Erika Schwartz, Staff Writer

January 18, 2017

Donovan Roy, Wayne State alumni and current director of support services at the Keck School of Medicine, bleeds black and gold and is a Wildcat through and through. He is also an advocate for diversity and a believer in equality—which...

Vice President of Administration and Finance Angela Fredrickson presents the current budget situation at an open forum held in the Frey Conference Suite last Friday at 2 p.m. to a large audience of faculty and staf. President Marysz Rames also spoke at the forum, providing her plan for dealing with the budget cuts proposed by Gov. Pete Ricketts.

4% budget cuts

January 18, 2017

Admins address Education program concerns

Justise Brundage, News Editor

December 7, 2016

With recent events on campus, many students were concerned about the future of the education program at Wayne and wanted some answers. On Nov. 16 President Dr. Rames and Vice President of Academic Affairs Steve Elliott met with...

New policy may restrict smoking to parking lots

Anna Cole, Staff Writer

December 7, 2016

The Student Senate voted 15-2 on Nov. 20 in favor of a new smoking policy that would restrict smoking on campus to parking lots. In the original proposal earlier this year, the policy restricted smoking to off campus by using th...

WSC hosts Sociological Symposium

Jared Schultz, Staff Writer

November 16, 2016

Students and professors with a stake in the social sciences flocked to Wayne State College last Thursday and Friday to take part in “The 49th Annual Nebraska Undergraduate Sociological Symposium” (NUSS). NUSS is a volunteer...

Thanks, Obama… seriously

Janet Grado, Staff Writer

November 16, 2016

Wayne State College students should notice a major change in the FAFSA process this year. Usually, the FAFSA application for the upcoming school year opens around January, but this year it opened Oct. 1. “In the past, it opened...