The Wayne Stater

Salute to spring break

Hunter Kiburz, Guest Columnist

March 4, 2020

Per usual, spring break is the best time for college students around the country with some colleges getting out for a week or more. But this means that those students can now go back home, vacation or do whatever they would...

Rustic Treasures, Mindshaft to close down

Halleigh Hawkins, Staff Writer

February 12, 2020

The City of Wayne is losing two downtown businesses as Rustic Treasures and Mindshaft will close. The 1912 Emporium will move into the former Rustic space. Owners Mark Kanitz and Lukas Rix opened Rustic Treasures opened in...

Tie Night

The Skinny Chronicles, Vito Cole

February 12, 2020

I have a hard time with February. Don’t get me wrong, February has its good points. My mom’s birthday is in February. I love my mom dearly. My dad’s birthday was in February too, Feb. 12. Abraham Lincoln’s birthday,...

Getting thrifty with it

Getting thrifty with it

February 5, 2020

Letter to the editor

Lauren White

February 5, 2020

My original motivation was my close friend, who lives in the same dorm as me. She was raped, and the cops really didn’t do anything to help her case, even though there are more victims from her rapist. He dropped out of school...

WALK program inspires student leadership

Ashley Ternus, Staff Writer

January 29, 2020

Every Tuesday around 8:00 p.m., the basement of Neihardt Hall is almost overcrowded with teenagers. There is not enough chairs or couches for everyone, so the pool table and the window ledges make do. One teenager is running in...

To plow or to be plowed

To plow or to be plowed

January 29, 2020

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....