The Wayne Stater

Faculty recognized for hard work and dedication

Austin Svehla, Staff Writer

April 9, 2019

Three Wayne State professors were recently recognized with annual teaching awards handed out at the faculty and staff spring meeting on March 29. Each faculty member was recognized for their hard work and dedication to the col...

Guest Column: Captain Hook’s fear of the liberal indoctrination of America’s youth

Derek Pufahl, Guest Columnist

March 4, 2016

I hadn’t seen the wrinkly, white-haired man sink into the couch next to me, but there he was. He wore a navy blue suit, pink plaid shirt and light khaki pants. A small brass crucifix was buttoned to his collar. His greasy smile...

Teacher Assessment Day

Teacher Assessment Day

September 9, 2015

To buy or to rent that is the question

Amanda Krehbiel, Assistant Website Editor

January 30, 2015

Imagine a world where the total dollar amount you spend on college tuition, room and board, books and fees is under $1,760 per year. You are living in 1975. But, you’re not. It’s 2015, and the average college student pay...

Can’t ignore rising costs

Calyn Dunklau for The Wayne Stater

January 21, 2015

According to the National Association for College Stores, the average college student will spend $655 on books per year. And while that’s steep enough as it is, there are some students forced to shell out $300 plus on a single...