Wayne State College

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Wayne State College
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  • Welcome and congratulations to our Neihardt and Presidential Scholars, who enjoyed a luncheon at Wayne State College today!

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Wayne State College
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  • Take a trip to Mall of America! Space is limited....transportation is free.

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Wayne State College
Wayne State College
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  • Go Cats! The 1998 soccer Cats!

Wayne State College
Wayne State College
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  • Congratulations to Dr. Brandon Grimm, a 2002 graduate of Wayne State College!

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Wayne State College
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  • Go Cats! The 1993 Cats football team, to be exact.

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Wayne State College
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  • Friday, January 25, is the FINAL day to enroll in a Spring 2019 payment plan. Please go to www.MyCollegePaymentPlan.com/waynestate to enroll.

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Wayne State College
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  • This is just a reminder that Tuition/Fees are due today. Please go to your WildcatsOnline account, click the Student Account tab, and check your Total Balance in the section called “What I Owe”. It’s not too late to set up a payment plan by going to www.MyCollegePaymentPlan.com/waynestate. Please call the Student Financial Services office at 402-375-7229 if you have any questions.

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Wayne State College
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Wayne State College
Wayne State College
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  • ***UPDATE***: Turns out our website was unable to handle the amount of awesomeness posted in this news article. There are so many students, not all of them could fit on this page. We will repost this when the issue is resolved and all names can be included. Thanks for your patience!

    Congratulations to the students who made the Fall 2018 dean's list!
    https://www.wsc.edu/news/article/460/fall_2018_deans_list

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  • The Planetarium show set for today, Jan. 18, "Eclipses and Phases of the Moon", has been cancelled due to the weather. Saturday show still on as scheduled.

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  • A guest post from Dr. Todd Young, professor of physics and astronomy: "On Sunday, Jan. 20, at 10:41 p.m., a total lunar eclipse of the Moon will begin and last for 62 minutes. I encourage you to go out and enjoy it if you can (weather permitting)! During this total lunar eclipse, you will notice the Moon turn orangish-red. The reason why is because even though the Moon is in Earth's shadow, some light does still manage to hit the Moon. How so? Well, sunlight contains all the colors of the rainbow, and as sunlight passes through the atmosphere from overhead, the molecules in the atmosphere scatter the blue light in all directions - thus the sky is blue! But as sunlight passes through longer, denser amounts of atmosphere, like during sunrise or sunset, more colors of the rainbow get scattered away until only orange and red light remains; this is why we have those beautiful orangish-red sunrise and sunsets. And just like at sunset, during a lunar eclipse sunlight travels through a lot of atmosphere as it passes through the edge of the Earth, so only the orangish-red light survives this atmospheric "gauntlet" and eventually hits the Moon - thus the Moon looks orangish-red and is called a “blood moon”! Now you'll also hear how this Moon happens to be a "super" Moon; this simply means that the Moon is near perigee, the closest distance to the Earth in its elliptical orbit. Because the Moon's orbit is only slightly elliptical, though, you will be hard-pressed to see any noticeable difference in size or brightness. The next total lunar eclipse like this one won’t happen again until the end of May 2021. Special presentations of our planetarium show “Eclipses and Phases of the Moon” will be on Friday, Jan. 18 at 7 p.m. and Saturday, Jan. 19 at 2 p.m. (wsc.edu/planetarium) to help you better understand and prepare for this eclipse. Please feel free to contact Dr. Todd Young at toyoung1@wsc.edu if you have questions or comments about this eclipse or any other astronomical topic. And while this lunar eclipse will most certainly NOT be a portent of bad things to come, feel free to growl at the Moon like a proud Wildcat if you wish!"

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Wayne State College
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  • Reminders from Student Financial Services: Financial aid and scholarships were applied to your student account beginning Jan. 15. Account balances for spring 2019 are due Jan. 22. If your financial aid and scholarships are more than what you owe WSC, you will receive a refund from the Student Financial Services Office. Initial refunds for the spring semester will be available Friday, Jan. 25. You may elect to have your refund directly deposited into your bank account. This can be set up through WildcatsOnline account under the Student Account tab.

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Wayne State College
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  • Another adventure awaits...space is limited so sign up soon!

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Wayne State College
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  • Hey Wayne State students: Register by Friday, Feb. 1 for an adventure to Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo. The trip will be 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Feb. 2. Transportation and entrance fee are covered. Visit the Student Activities Office in Kanter Student Center room 154 to sign up or for more information. Questions? Email sab@wsc.edu.

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Wayne State College
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  • Visit Student Financial Services during normal business hours between today and Jan. 18 to ask questions, pay your bill, or turn in documents and while you’re here, you can enter to win this deluxe AquaPop basket filled with Wayne State Wildcat mix popcorn, candy, and gourmet pop drinks. A winner will be drawn on Jan. 18! Don’t miss out!

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Wayne State College
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  • Go Cats!

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Wayne State College
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  • January 11 (today) is the LAST day to use your Spring 2019 financial aid funds to buy books at the bookstore. Financial Aid (if applicable) will be posted to the student accounts on January 15. Student account charges are due on January 22. You may also set up a payment plan by visiting www.MyCollegePaymentPlan.com/waynestate. Please call Student Financial Services at 402-375-7229 if you have any questions.

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Wayne State College
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  • Wayne State College is sad to announce that Dr. Gwen Jensen, 59, of Wayne, passed away at her home in Wayne last week. She was remembered at memorial services Saturday at First United Methodist Church in Wayne.

    Dr. Jensen worked for Wayne State College as a professor of theatre at various times on a part-time basis from 1996 to 2002. She was hired as a full-time faculty member on Aug. 23, 2002, and retired in 2017. Memorials may be directed to the Wayne State College Drama Department or the Nebraska State Park System.

    Gwen Ursula Preston-Jensen was born Oct. 31, 1959, in Wakefield to Jason Keith and Virginia Mae (Lee) Preston. She graduated from Wayne High School. Dr. Jensen later received her B.A. Degree from Wayne State College, M.F.A from the University of South Dakota, and her Ph.D. from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

    As a professor at Wayne State College she devoted herself to the growth of her students and the Theatre Arts Program. Beyond her professional identity and aspirations her personal interests were varied in the creative arts and social arenas.

    She was an avid gardener and nature enthusiast and she thoroughly enjoyed introducing and inspiring others to be as passionate about the outdoors. This included establishing, collaboratively creating and hosting programs for college students to be immersed in nature for a week each year. Additionally, another of her passions was cooking and baking for others to host and entertain friends and family. Her kindness and energy was seen in everything that she did.

    She is survived by her children: Billie D. Davie of Ankeny, Iowa and Chad (Carrie) Jensen of Norfolk; two granddaughters, Ocn. Phoenix Brown and Kili Addisyn Davie of Ankeny, Iowa; her siblings, Dale (Sandy) Preston of Wayne, Lynn (Bill) Kramer of Wayne, Verl Preston of Buffalo, N.Y., and Neal (Anita) Preston of Alanta, Ga.; numerous cousins, nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents and a great nephew, Alex Preston.

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