Good news for Wayne State College: It finished high among Nebraska's colleges and universities on three separate ranking systems recently. WSC was the top-scoring Nebraska public college in the Washington Monthly College Guide and Rankings, the only Nebraska public college included in the Colleges of Distinction list and, in its category, was fourth-best among Nebraska schools in the U.S. News & World Report annual rating. Such rating systems aren't all-important, but as Wayne State President Curt Frye said, they're a good place for students and parents to start when looking at colleges. Congratulations and good job to Wayne State.
Need more evidence that texting and driving are a bad combination? The AT&T chairman and CEO, Randall L. Stephenson, is urging people at investor conferences, shareholder meetings, town halls and civic clubs not to text and drive. Stephenson told the New York Times that a few years ago someone close to him caused an accident while texting.