The Wayne Stater

‘Cats continue win streak in Florida

Laynee Merrill, Staff Writer

September 18, 2019

The Wayne State volleball team continued their winning streak after coming home with four wins in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on Sept. 13 and 14. The Wildcats remain undefeated after another four-game win streak following the...

WSC v-ball attacks in weekend tourney

Kortney Buresh, Staff Writer

September 11, 2019

Wayne State College Volleyball broke open its season on a four-game win streak. Traveling to Joplin, Missouri, the Wildcats spent their weekend competing in the Missouri Southern Tournament. After a successful weekend on the...

Wayne State Football announces 17 signings to 2016 recruiting class

Information Courtesy of Mike Grosz

February 12, 2016

Wayne, Neb. --- Wayne State College head football coach Dan McLaughlin announced today that 17 student athletes have signed national letters of intent and/or tender agreements for athletic scholarship to attend Wayne State College...

Knowing more about Planned Parenthood

Kayla Mathewson, Staff Writer

February 10, 2016

Millions of women across the country are concerned with Planned Parenthood getting heat from the Republican Party and the issue of these clinics no longer getting federal funding.   Normally when people hear about Planned...

Medieval or modern?

Calyn Dunklau for the Wayne Stater, Opinion Editor

April 8, 2015

Yesterday, Kansas became the first state in history to ban a somewhat common second trimester abortion practice. The proceedure is described by critics as dismemberment. The practice, medically known as surgical abortion, wou...

Softball off to hot start

Melanie Alyea, Staff Writer

February 25, 2015

Despite games running late and getting only four hours of sleep on Friday night, the Wayne State softball team won three of five games last weekend at the St. Cloud Invite Dome Tournament in Minnesota. The first game on Friday ...

ASA to make hats for orphans in Uganda

Leah Kash-Brown, Staff Writer

October 29, 2014

One of the many activities the African Students Association (ASA)members are doing this semester is looming hats for 65 children at an orphanage in Uganda. So far the club has made 30 hats, but it is looking for more people to ...