The Wayne Stater

Worst freshmen in 128 years

Nick Ulrich, Columnist

August 28, 2019

If you’ve been noticing a sudden emptiness to campus this year, you’re not alone. A group of students who were expected to arrive for the 2019 fall semester seem to have either gone missing or never existed at all, as the...

Parking Problems

Julia Baxter, Staff Writer

August 28, 2019

Dear Wayne State College, I don’t know why you are refusing to see the simple math involved in what is likely the most aggravating problem that students on, and off campus face, parking. I don’t understand why you are consistently...

Kicking and celebrating a new club

Justin Yost, Staff Writer

February 25, 2015

Wayne State just got a new club team. Men’s soccer was just added as the newest club. Club president Brett Quick recently turned in the paperwork to become an official club on campus. All year long, guys have been getting together t...

Alleged assault on WSC campus

Derek Pufahl, Staff Writer

October 22, 2014

Campus Security sent out a college-wide Timely Notification Bulletin on Oct. 13 via e-mail which notified the college community of an assault on Oct. 10 in Denkinger Circle. This timely warning was sent out in response to a student’s...

Two Nebraskans speak about their firsthand experiences of racism

Amanda Krehbiel, Staff Writer

October 22, 2014

“Stop pretending like it’s not happening,” said Dr. Mark Leeper at the open forum ‘Being Black in Post Racial America’ hosted by the Political Science Club on Oct. 8. He called it an “enlightening evening.” The lec...

Kim Schramm, a grounds keeper for the Landscape Management team at WSC explains to students the different breeds of trees that they use to make the WSC campus a beautiful arboretum of fall colors on Oct. 9th in front of Bowen Hall.

Taking root outside Bowen

October 22, 2014