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It was a great year to be a Wildcat!

President Marysz Rames, Guest Columnist

April 25, 2018

Filed under Opinion

As the semester winds down and we each prepare to recharge and take on the new opportunities in front of us, I want to take this opportunity to reflect on the past academic year in the service of gratitude for and optimism about...

Do we dare to dream?

Dr. Barbara J. Engebretsen, Guest Columnist

April 25, 2018

Filed under Opinion

It is "Dead Week." — I know, right? This is the week where students around campus — resembling a Zombie Apocalypse are briefly relieved by long awaited warm weather and tempted to bask outside forsaking the papers, projects...

Harden forgets his beard

Nick Ulrich, Columnist

April 25, 2018

Filed under Opinion

The NBA playoffs have kicked off in the last couple weeks with the best teams around the league fighting for the worst pick in next year’s draft. We all know how valuable that 30th and 60th pick are, as every team around the...

Out from within the rusty cage

Jacob Stewart, Columnist

April 25, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Now is the spring of our disgruntlement, readers. Yes, it certainly is at that, and before the English department hunts me down for slandering Shakespeare, let me just try to get all of this villainy onto the page. Surely, the...

Do you need a smartwatch?

David Becker, Staff Writer

April 25, 2018

Filed under Lifestyles

Today, we are smothered with technology. It is literally what runs our everyday lives. One of the newer items that has come in the market within the past few years is the smartwatch: a gadget that allows you to get notifications...

Inaugural Ron Holt award presented to Granberg

Kadra Sommersted, Staff Writer

April 25, 2018

Filed under News

Karen Granberg has been named the inaugural recipient of the Ron Holt Civic Engagement Award for faculty and staff said Lisa Nelson, director of service learning. “Dr. Holt phoned me in February to tell me of the award,” sai...

Theta Phi Alpha does color run for Mercy Meals

Kadra Sommersted, Staff Writer

April 18, 2018

Filed under News

The Color Run will be at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday hosted by Theta Phi Alpha. Late registration starts at 10 a.m. Be prepared to get sprayed with cornstarch and food coloring to raise money for a good cause. Rachel Quiring, sen...

Rage against the dying of the light

Jacob Stewart, Columnist

April 11, 2018

Filed under Opinion

I’ve got a six pack of Dos Equis in the fridge, and believe me, readers, with the state of mind I’m in, I’ve got the urge to crack them all open here and now. Double-fisting beverages is a minor league sport compared to...

After 50 years at WSC, it’s time

Kadra Sommersted, Staff Writer

March 28, 2018

Filed under News

Fifty years is a long time to be anywhere. Cathy Echtenkamp has completed 50 years of service to Wayne State College in the library. “Since I have been here, I have worked in three different departments in the library,” sai...

‘Goodnight, and Good Luck’

Tess Riecke, Editorial Writer

March 28, 2018

Filed under Opinion

For the last four years I have been part of the weird family up on the fourth floor of Humanities. I’ve seen new staff, different advisers and all the struggles The Wayne Stater has faced these last few years. I started out...

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