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...

Poetry Slam to be held at Max Bar and Grill

Emma Gardner, Staff Writer

November 20, 2019

Freshman Jamie Janousek sits on the edge of her seat. Her knee is bouncing, as she frantically sifts through the pages of poems she wrote in anticipation for this moment. Emcee Eddie Elfers calls her name, and a sudden burst of...

ACT club to attend conference at Northeast

Kate Lundahl, Staff Writer

November 13, 2019

The Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow club at Wayne State College will be taking a trip to the “Ag-ceptional Women’s Conference” at Northeast Community College in Norfolk Nov. 22. Wayne State’s ACT chapter is part...

In defense of WSC, faculty, advising and advisees

Deborah Whitt, Professor and Chair, Communication Arts Department

November 13, 2019

I was stunned to read the article of “Advising Concerns of WSC Students” in last week’s Wayne Stater. Since I am Brooklynn’s advisor, the article, as written, was about me. Unfortunately, this article was a product of...

Backtrack Vocals wows WSC students

Whitney Winter, Staff Writer

October 30, 2019

Backtrack Vocals is a New York City based acapella group with exceedingly arranged medleys, mashups, and original songs. They performed as part of Wayne State College Black & Gold Performing Arts series in the Ramsey Theatre...

Parking problems continue at WSC

Llolanda Hernandez, Staff Writer

October 23, 2019

Parking has become an issue on college and university campuses with increasing enrollment at places like Wayne State College. A couple weeks back a resident of Wayne wasn’t pleased with students parking on a public street...

Punk culture and romance

Kate Lundahl, Staff Writer

October 9, 2019

“Ever Fallen,” a feature film directed by Mike White, assistant professor of communication arts at WSC, is a well-developed exploration of punk culture and romance. The plot of “Ever Fallen” is intriguing and effortlessly...

Presentation brings suicide awareness

Whitney Winter, Staff Writer

October 2, 2019

Andres Sandoval held a presentation on suicide awareness on Sept. 25 in the Frey Conference Suite in the Kanter Student Center. Sandoval works with LivingWorks Education as an advocate. “Suicide, most of the time, starts...

Everyone should be vegan

Nick Ulrich, Columnist

September 25, 2019

Before ever coming to Wayne State College, I had made a decision to stop eating meat. It was an emotional answer to an emotional problem and one that I knew would solve no world problems on its own. Yet, despite these irrational...

Tom Whisinnand was awarded the grand prize of $50,000 as the winner of the National University System-Sanford Teacher Award.

WSC alumnus receives award

September 18, 2019

Author Mark Sanders read from his new book “In a Good Time” last Thursday in the Humanities lounge.

Sanders premiers new book

September 18, 2019