The Wayne Stater

Students can receive Norfolk paper for free

Chantal Lawson, Staff Writer

February 17, 2016

Filed under News

Wayne State College has recently broadened its news source horizons. Soon, you will see more than the Wayne Stater in buildings around campus.   The Norfolk Daily News will be coming to Wayne State this semester.   Norfolk...

Tasers, mace and drones, oh my

Melanie Alyea, Staff Writer

November 19, 2015

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Many in the WSC community believe that stun guns and mace are prohibited on campus. But that isn’t correct. The Wayne State College student handbook, under the general policies section, reads: “WSC prohibits all persons...

30 years of frustration

Ashley Murphy, Staff Writer

September 16, 2015

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Wayne State College is a school that offers students an abundance of support in multiple areas, which often helps to make college life a bit easier on everyone. However, as with any great institution, there is always room for...

Presidential search consultant makes first appearance in Wayne

Justise Brundage, Staff Writer

February 11, 2015

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Faculty, staff, students and the general public gathered in Gardner Auditorium Tuesday morning to meet the men behind the Presidential search of Wayne State College. There were two sessions, at 8:30 and 10 a.m., and the meetings sta...

Ten Great Dates

February 10, 2015

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• Roll on over to Wakefield to hit the roller rink downtown. • Head to Rice Auditorium for a game or head to Ramsey Theater for a performance. What’s better than cheering on the Cats in our many activities? • Wa...

Extended Health Care Services

Amanda Krehbiel, Assistant Website Editor

January 30, 2015

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Many students take advantage of the health services offered by Wayne State College. Now, the student health office is going out of its way to expand these services to students in need. Extended services include reproductive hea...

Two Nebraskans speak about their firsthand experiences of racism

Amanda Krehbiel, Staff Writer

October 22, 2014

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“Stop pretending like it’s not happening,” said Dr. Mark Leeper at the open forum ‘Being Black in Post Racial America’ hosted by the Political Science Club on Oct. 8. He called it an “enlightening evening.” The lec...

First debate leaves field still open

Norma Volkmer, News Editor

March 27, 2014

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Sunday afternoon, all six of the Republican candidates for Nebraska’s governor gathered in Broken Bow, Neb. for a debate co-sponsored by the Nebraska Republican Party and the Nebraska Farm Bureau Federation, which focused on...