The Wayne Stater

Rustic Treasures, Mindshaft to close down

Halleigh Hawkins, Staff Writer

February 12, 2020

The City of Wayne is losing two downtown businesses as Rustic Treasures and Mindshaft will close. The 1912 Emporium will move into the former Rustic space. Owners Mark Kanitz and Lukas Rix opened Rustic Treasures opened in...

Getting thrifty with it

Getting thrifty with it

February 5, 2020

Rugby tournament moved from Wayne due to large numbers

Halleigh Hawkins, Reporter

February 13, 2019

It is the first time in history since the Battle on the Nebraska Prairie Rugby Tournament began that the tournament will be held in South Sioux City, Nebraska April 6th and 7th. This new location is due to the high volume of teams...

Women’s rugby stars bring home championship from Florida

Halleigh Hawkins, Reporter

January 23, 2019

The Wayne State women’s rugby team had great representation at the second annual National Small College Rugby Organization (NSCRO), which took place in St. Petersburg, FL on Jan. 19-20. Six girls from WSC were selected to...

Enrollment increases with transfer students at Wayne State

Halleigh Hawkins, Staff Writer

January 16, 2019

Transfer students reached an all-time high at Wayne State College this fall with an increase of about 240 students enrolled. This spring semester brought in about another 70 students. Many of them transfered from two-year coll...

Sexual harrassment and abuse reported in Wayne

Halleigh Hawkins, Staff Writer

January 9, 2019

As the #MeToo movement has come to open many eyes this past year, recent reports have come to the air in Wayne, NE. According to Title IX Coordinator David McMahan at Wayne State College, there have been 23 instances reported...