The Wayne Stater

COVID-19 causes confusion for people in power

Nick Ulrich, Opinion Editor

April 18, 2020

Covid-19 has caused a lot of problems already. Not only the many deaths and illness complications throughout the United States, but it seems that everyone who is anyone who makes over $100k a year is struggling to manage hoarding...

Binging through the outbreak

Nick Ulrich, Opinion Editor

March 28, 2020

Surviving a 14-day quarantine or a sudden start of online classes can be difficult without entertainment. That’s why I’m beginning a weekly column about different TV shows and movies to help you through your stay at home....

Five ways to protect against coronavirus

Nick Ulrich, Opinion Editor

March 4, 2020

Many WSC students are eager to leave Wayne as quickly as possible and go on a vacation, but the Coronavirus seems to threaten our idea of a fun and safe vacation. Before leaving for break, read these 5 simple tips to help you...

“Just Read” this new podcast review

Zachary Hain, Staff Writer

February 26, 2020

WSC student Nick Ulrich recently recorded the first episode of his new podcast “Just Read It!” It’s a podcast featuring WSC English professors Dr. Becky Zavada and Dr. Stephanie Marcellus. The description of the podcast...

I went vegan for a month and almost died

Nick Ulrich, Opinion Editor

February 19, 2020

I decided to give Veganuary a shot. All of my friends were talking about the health benefits and how I was a hypocrite for not going vegan, so I said “Why not? What’s the worst that could happen? So I began my month-long...

Should I feed my friends or buy a gun?

Nick Ulrich, Opinion Editor

January 22, 2020

Today, I received a crisp hundred dollar bill. I felt the coarse paper in my hand and put the bill up to my face to smell the sweet scent of spending freedom. But I had a decision to make. You see, I’ve got a couple friends,...

Finally, the men have a say

Nick Ulrich, Staff Writer

November 20, 2019

One thing I’ve noticed in my years since coming to Wayne is that many of the men (especially white men) here tend to have views different from my own. For example, I’ve seen a disproportionate amount of white men who happen...

Wayne group makes broad impact

Nick Ulrich, Staff Writer

November 13, 2019

Nine years ago, on Sandy Brown’s first day in Wayne, she attended a recycling exposition in the city auditorium. After driving her Prius in from Seattle the night before, Brown was looking for a way to get involved in the community....

Love and Friendship brings WSC clubs together

Nick Ulrich, Staff Writer

November 6, 2019

Members of Phi Alpha Theta, the history honor society on campus, and the WSC Media Club gathered on Oct. 28 to discuss “Love and Friendship,” a 2016 movie based on the Jane Austin novel. “Love and Friendship” features...

Political competition (the Trump effect)

Nick Ulrich, Columnist

October 30, 2019

Donald Trump was never treated as a favorite, or even as an equal during the 2016 election. Most people considered him to be out from the beginning, but eventually he pushed his way past all the other Republican candidates (most...

Ulrich recommends hilariously historical podcast

Nick Ulrich, Staff Writer

October 23, 2019

Fans of history and comedy alike can bond over BBC Radio 4’s weekly podcast “You’re Dead to Me.” The show features a host, a historian and a comedian who team up to make history better than you ever thought it could...