The Wayne Stater

Is there hope for the Republic?

Jacob Stewart, Column Writer

January 9, 2019

Filed under Opinion

We’ve survived another year, readers. Yet for those of us who were watching, for those who listened, 2018 dealt one blow after another, crippling whatever sanity we might have left. Under Trump, America has been driven into...

The lies that led to the shutdown

Justin Yost, Opinion Editor

January 9, 2019

Filed under Opinion

First off, welcome to anyone who is new and welcome back to those returning to Wayne State. I hope you all had a fun and safe break. For some this break and holidays were harder then past years. We are just days away from having...

Altercation on campus results in student recieving stitches

Alexander Retzlaff, Staff Writer

January 9, 2019

Filed under News

When a student in Berry Hall at Wayne State College retaliat­ed against another student who was acting aggressively, he nev­er thought the altercation would result in him “having to get five stiches in his arm.” “The...

Wildcat women split games on conference road trip

Austin Svehla, Staff Writer

January 9, 2019

Filed under Sports

The Wayne State women’s basketball team is coming off a 1-1 weekend road trip, falling to Sioux Falls in South Dakota last Friday, before defeating Southwest Minnesota State on Saturday in Marshall, Minnesota. The weekend split...

Excessive nitrate levels in Wayne water leads to alert

Austin Svehla, Staff Writer

January 9, 2019

Filed under News

By law, the State of Nebraska requires all cities to test their water and return these samples to the state to assure safe drinking water levels. The state requested a sample from Wayne in November, and soon after, a water warning...

Professor spotlight: Meghan O’ Connor

Kaitylnn Breeden, Staff Writer

January 9, 2019

Filed under News

Meghan O’Connor’s passion for printmaking is undoubtedly one of the most obvious things about her. The way O’Connor vividly talks about art can spread sunshine across any dark room. O’Connor grew up in Bristol, TN where...

Homelessness & poverty: a quiet problem in Nebraska

Brenna Vovos, Staff Writer

January 9, 2019

Filed under News

Poverty in Nebraska is a much more serious problem than a resident may think. There is an estimated 1,030 people in poverty in Wayne County and an estimated 198,984 people in poverty in the state of Nebraska. According to Kids...

Pay wage dissatisfaction lies within the SAB

Austin Svehla, Staff Writer

January 9, 2019

Filed under News

Wayne State College provides students with an abundance of opportunities to become involved in activities on and off campus through their numerous provisions of intramural sports and academic clubs. These provisions are present...

WSC students brace for the annual winter sickness

Blake Hilkemeier, Staff Writer

January 9, 2019

Filed under News

Students across the Wayne State College campus are trying their best to steer clear of illness as the harsh winter approaches. The faculty around WSC is also doing their best to provide a clean environment and keep students happy...