The Wayne Stater

Editorial: have a great spring break, Wildcats

Wayne Stater Staff

February 26, 2019

Filed under Opinion

Well folks, it is finally upon us. Spring break is here. Oh excuse me, mid term break. We get it, it’s not spring, but this IS spring break. No matter what we call it, we all hope everyone has a good and much needed break. ...

Editorial: LB 206 shows importance of autonomous student journalism

The Wayne Stater Staff

February 13, 2019

Filed under Opinion

A bill protecting Nebraskan student journalists’ First Amendment rights, Legislative Bill 206, was introduced in the Nebraska State Legislature on Feb. 1. On top of ensuring students’ autonomy, LB206 will safeguard the jobs...

New Beginnings

Mason Schweizer, Staff Writer

August 31, 2016

Filed under Opinion

On July 10, the Stater won the Academic Freedom Coalition of Nebraska award for intellectual freedom, largely in part to our dedicated and in-depth journalism on what has been happening with the administration. One day later, TIM...

Editorial

Sarah Lentz, Opinion Editor

January 20, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Our first issue of the semester finds the staff of The Wayne Stater dealing with some of the same issues that filled our pages last semester. Variety is the spice of life but when news continues to unfold, we have to cover...

The saga continues

Sarah Lentz for The Wayne Stater, Opinion Editor

September 16, 2015

Filed under Opinion

I just don’t understand this whole Kim Davis saga. If for some reason you don’t know who I’m talking about, Kim Davis is the Kentucky courthouse clerk who refused to authorize same-sex marriage licenses because she said it wen...

Time for a change

Sarah Lentz for The Wayne Stater, Opinion Editor

September 9, 2015

Filed under Opinion

  Yes, all lives matter. And anyone with any sense can agree. However, those who think Black Lives Matter should be changed to All Lives Matter are missing the point entirely. In my mind, it’s always been Black...

Time for a change

Sarah Lentz for The Wayne Stater

September 4, 2015

Filed under Opinion

In 2015, 8,697 have died from the same cause. Even as you read this, the death toll will increase. The culprit? Gun violence. Something has to stop. Last week there was another highly publicized shooting; this time broadcast...

St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day

March 18, 2015

A monumental decision: Nebraska lifts ban on gay marriage

Laura Anderson for The Wayne Stater

March 4, 2015

Filed under Opinion

On Monday, March 2, U.S. District Judge Joseph Bataillon made a monumental move by abolishing Nebraska’s ban on gay marriage. But the victory was short-lived. After Bataillon’s decision, some Nebraska state officials app...