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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...

Bressler Fest rolls on

Nick Ulrich, Staff Writer

October 2, 2019

Bressler Fest of 2019 may have been rained out on Sept. 29., but plenty of people still showed up at the Wayne Auditorium to hang out and listen to the band, Stonehouse, perform classic rock hits. The band, which also played...

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...

Pro-life movies are emotional

Nick Ulrich, Staff Writer

September 18, 2019

Let’s start this off by saying that I’m not a religious person. It’s not that I don’t believe in any of it, I just don’t feel a need for it, and I think in some ways it damages the work people do toward a greater good....

Sanders premiers new book

Sanders premiers new book

September 18, 2019

Get this beach away from me

Nick Ulrich, Columnist

September 4, 2019

Maybe some of you lucky college students out there have, like me, been seriously wondering about the sand volleyball court on campus. These kinds of projects often come from our tuition, not to mention the many trees which were...

Department gains new professor

Nick Ulrich, Staff Writer

August 28, 2019

When coming back to school for the Fall 2019 semester, students in the sociology department were shocked to learn that Dr. Todd Greene, a professor who had become a favorite of many students, would no longer be teaching at Wayne State. Greene was expected to teach five classe...

Worst freshmen in 128 years

Nick Ulrich, Columnist

August 28, 2019

If you’ve been noticing a sudden emptiness to campus this year, you’re not alone. A group of students who were expected to arrive for the 2019 fall semester seem to have either gone missing or never existed at all, as the...

March Madness brings April sadness

Nick Ulrich, Columnist

April 2, 2019

I’ve never been much of a college basketball fan, but every year I get sucked into filling out a bracket and competing with my family. Even though we know none of us will watch any of the games, we bet anyways, usually small...