The Wayne Stater

Marcus Mumford, lead singer of Mumford & Sons, opened the night with “Snake Eyes.” The band played the CenturyLink Center in Omaha last Tuesday.

Mumford & Sons

April 28, 2016

Guess what’s finally open for business

Chantal Lawson, Staff Writer

April 28, 2016

Driving down 7th street in Wayne, on your way to Wayne East for late night nachos to munch on while cramming for next week’s finals, you might notice a new building. The 4th Jug is Wayne’s newest and largest sports bar, and...

Senate pushing for fee increase in the face of allocation cuts

Steele Giles, Staff Writer

April 28, 2016

Once again, the yearly allocations meetings have arrived.   This year, however, there was a bit of difficulty. 14 clubs which hadn’t previously received allocations requested money, and additionally the distributable...

One last performance

Joseph Lovercheck, Staff Writer

April 28, 2016

There are fewer than 10 days left in the spring 2016 semester, but for a handful of music students, there is still one last performance.   There will be student recitals on Saturday and Monday next week.   Trumpeter...

Study Abroad trip still stable after Ecuador’s quake

Melanie Alyea, Staff Writer

April 28, 2016

Earlier this month, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit the western part of Ecuador. Despite of the big quake, the five-week Service Learning Study Abroad summer class that is planning to travel to Ecuador on June 2-16 was not in danger...

Criminals beware: Delta Upsilon has arrived

Micheal Menish, Staff Writer

April 28, 2016

Delta Upsilon is a newly-formed club at Wayne State. Any Criminal Justice major or minor is welcome to join.   The club is for those who would like to keep updated on the happenings in the criminal justice realm and would...

Retired but still working

Courtney Upah, Staff Writer

April 28, 2016

Judge Robert Ensz may be retired, but that certainly doesn’t mean that he is done in the court room.   On Thursday, April 21, a mock trial was held combining two criminal justice classes, and Ensz was the presiding...