This week, there are once again no guests in the studio with me. This week, I will take a special look at Vice Presidential Candidate Jackson Richling using a previous interview I conducted with him for a previous episode of SOS. Next, I look at the Best in Wildcat Sports including the men's and women's basketball teams' conference tournament games, the spring break schedule for the men's baseball and women's softball team and I will look at the results of the men's and women's track teams at the NSIC Indoor Track and Field Championships this past weekend. As always, I hope you guys enjoy! Have a good midterm break!
There are no guests on this special edition of SOS. This week, it will just be talking about stories going into the Wayne Stater. These stories include; WSC student Nick Ulrich's podcast, the Arts & Humanities Open House, the 1st Annual Heart Therapy Session, (in which I delve more into my personal life), and the best in Wildcat Sports for the week, WSC Men's Baseball, Women's Softball, Women's Rugby and Men's and Women's Basketball. Hope you all enjoy!
This week on Sounds of the Stater, I talked to licensed WSC Counselor Jayne Halsey about her group, the Mindfulness Group, and the WSC Counseling Center as a whole, next I talked to WSC Theater Professor Mollie Young about the Children's Theater course and their first show, and finally I looked at the Best of the Rest. This week, I highlight new opponents for Adam Smith and Jackson Richling in the WSC Student Senate Presidential race, a new parking lot on the WSC campus, and the best in Wildcat sports, (baseball, men's and women's track, and both the men's and women's basketball teams' heartbreaking losses over this past weekend). Hope you all enjoy!
This week on Sounds of the Stater, I interviewed Wallace Duplessis and Hapgu Morgan about Black History Month and what this month means to them. I also interviewed Cory Frewing about WSC Geography Professor, Dr. Randy Bertolas, and what he means to this campus. On this week's edition of Best of the Rest, I looked at the closing of Rustic Treasures, the new war epic, 1917, playing at the Majestic, Virtual Reality coming to the campus and of course sports, men's cross country GPA, men's baseball, men's and women's track and men's and women's basketball. Hope you all enjoy!
On this episode of Sounds of the Stater, I talk to senior co-captains of the WSC Wrestling Club, Ethan Fitzler & Hunter Weiss, about a meet they went to in late January that they did well at. I will also talk to sophomore Jackson Richling, the 2nd-year running mate of Adam Smith. Smith, a senior at WSC, is running for Student Senate President once again after falling short to Jorge Adame. Now, Smith is running again and I want to talk to Jackson Richling about Smith's campaign promises and what he wants to do for the campus if elected. On Best of the Rest, I talk about two 2nd-hand stores with good deals on clothing and the results of the Men's Baseball team's opening 4 games, the men's and women's meet on Friday in Minnesota & the Men's and Women's Basketball teams' games against 2 conference opponents. Hope you all enjoy!
This week on Sounds of the Stater, I talked with a representative of each of the indoor track teams, sophomore long jumper and sprinter Mikhail Sands and junior thrower, (shot, hammer and weight) McKenzie Scheil. I also talked to Associate Professor of Sculpture, Sarah Lemmon, who teamed up with Professor Meghan O'Connor on a new art exhibit 'Unintended Consequences'. I asked her about the inspiration for this piece, what the individual pieces of artwork mean and why collaboration is important to a project such as this. I also cover the Best of the Rest, (other stories that go in the Stater). This week on Best of the Rest, I talked about the snow removal in Wayne, the recent Loup City flooding and I previewed the men's baseball and women's softball seasons. Of course, I started with a 40-second tribute to Kobe Bryant, a legend of the NBA who lost his life too soon. RIP Mamba. I hope you all enjoy Sounds of the Stater (SOS) #2!
This is the inaugural episode of my new podcast 'Sounds of the Stater', the Wayne Stater in spoken word. This week, I will talk to the Wayne State College football coach of 15 years, Dan McLaughlin, about the new head football coach and what he hopes to see from him in the future. I will also talk to senior Marquise Jones about Martin Luther King Jr. Day and what it means to him. I will also cover the 'Best of the Rest' in which I highlight the other stories that will be in the Wayne Stater. Hope you all enjoy!