The Wayne Stater

ACT speaker highlights farmers’ importance

Whitney Winter, Staff Writer

March 4, 2020

Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow speaker Linda Emanuel, an RN, community health nurse and ag producer who works with the AgriSafe Network, talked to a group of students about “protecting the people who feed the world.” AgriSafe...

Taking care of yourself and others

Ali Gardner, Guest Columnist

March 21, 2018

Ultimately, it is one’s relationships that define an individual. Perhaps this is especially true for the majority of college students, because college is one of the most formative times in one’s life. The relationships students...

The flu and you

Morgan Barner, Guest Columnist

February 28, 2018

The flu is a substantial issue in America right now. If you have not yet been affected by it, odds are, someone you know has. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, this is the first time in 13 years that...

De-stress on a good note

Meg Osnes, Guest Columnist

February 21, 2018

*This is a special series written by various Neihardt Scholars over the next few weeks. Everyone has their own way of keeping calm or letting go of some stress. We’ve heard it all: exercise, hanging out with friends, keeping a j...

Expansion and alcoholism: Their effects on tribes

Shelby Hagerdon, Guest Columnist

February 7, 2018

*This is a special series written by various Neihardt Scholars over the next few weeks. Humans are naturally curious creatures, feeling the need to explore and expand their territory. But, rarely is any thought given as to...

As the Bluebird Dies: And nothing gets done

Sadie Miller, Columnist

March 29, 2017

There seems to never be enough time to be unwell in college. You don’t get a chance to breathe some days without the feeling that something is falling behind, dragging by your ankles like a weighted rake. During the Black...

Staying healthy during the season

Ashley Murphy, Staff Writer

November 11, 2015

It’s that time of year again. The air gets cooler, the days get shorter and the germs start spreading.   College campuses are nowhere near immune to the spreading of these nasty little creatures, so it is important...