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By The Wayne Stater Staff
WAYNE — Everyone is invited to take part in activities at Wayne State College in observation of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. There is no admission charge for any of the activities.
Students may receive two bachelor’s degrees from two Nebraska schools all in the span of four years in a new biology and agriculture program.
WAYNE — The Wayne State College outstanding alumni awards banquet took place last week as part of homecoming activities.
WAYNE — The Majestic Theatre in downtown Wayne will be the venue for “Broadwayne On Main,” a performance of music and theatrical entertainment to raise awareness and funding for the Dr. Gwen Jensen Memorial Scholarship.
WAYNE — Wayne State College will have a public reception celebrating the opening of its new Center for Applied Technology on Friday, March 15, from 3 to 6 p.m.
SIOUX CITY — A closer working relationship between Western Iowa Tech in Sioux City and Wayne State College is in the works.
WAYNE — Return to the Wayne State College campus for a day of music making and socialization during the Music Alumni Day celebration planned for Saturday, Feb. 23, in the Peterson Fine Arts Center.
For International Education Week Wayne State College’s Dean of Arts and Humanities, Dr. Yasuko Taoka, gave a presentation in the Gardner Hall auditorium about her experiences of moving from Japan to the states and growing up away from her native country.
WAYNE — Wayne State College assistant professor Jeanne Tiehen’s play “Anniversary” was selected and recently performed in the Otherworld Theater in Chicago as a part of their Paragon Theatre Festival among 40 other plays.
Senior Allison Lambert was awarded first place in a student paper competition and received a grant for the Nebraska Undergraduate Sociological Symposium program at Doane University.
WAYNE — Later this month, Wayne State College will host a behavioral health mini-conference that has been organized by the Northeast Nebraska Behavioral Health Network.
WAYNE — Wayne State College athletic director Mike Powicki has been at the school for seven years and is moving the Wildcats forward behind a lot of people.
WAYNE — During commencement and leading up to it, several awards were given by Wayne State College to recognize outstanding alumni and professors.
WAYNE —There’s a growing need for professionals within agriculture with the skill sets needed to advocate for a field that provides about one in three jobs across Nebraska.
WAYNE — It’s a tradition that Wayne State College hosts an indoor high school track meet about this time each year.
WAYNE — Three Wayne State College graduates have earned a number of prestigious teaching awards recently.
Dr. Mark Hammer of Wayne State College (far right) walks with WSC Wildlife Society members as they stroll through the Gorilla exhibit at the Omaha Henry Doorly Zoo on March 18. Above one of the animal hosts greets his newest visitors with curiosity. The group ventured to spend the night in t…
WAYNE — Wayne State College rugby has a couple of big things to look forward to this weekend.
WAYNE — It’s the time of year when everybody with a half-written song in their heart and a functional pen in their hand decides it is time for people to hear it read aloud.
WAYNE — Wayne State College is broadening its news source horizons.
WAYNE — Every year, thousands of hopefuls apply for the Directors Guild of America’s assistant directors training program.
WAYNE — On April 25, an earthquake measuring about 7.8 on the Richter scale rocked Nepal, collapsing buildings and triggering landslides and killing or injuring more than 32,000 people.
WAYNE — Wayne State College will begin to celebrate Homecoming weekend on Thursday with reunions, a parade, award banquets and football and volleyball games.