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Mason’s Maundered Musings: Happy to be here

Mason Schweizer, Opinion Editor

April 26, 2017

Filed under Opinion

I’ve sat here staring at a blank screen for the longest 15 minutes of my life. Trying to develop some corny anecdote about finding yourself or something equally lame. The cliché year-ending sob stories about finding yourself...

Guest Column: 28 reasons we need to stop writing listicles as if life is an article on Buzzfeed

Morgan Stough, Online Editor

April 26, 2017

Filed under Opinion

1. How is it possible that we as The Internet think every single person’s endless train of thought deserves its own article? 2. No, Stacy from Kappa Chi Pi of Kansas State University, I don’t care to hear about how rus...

Staff Editorial: This Is The End

Mason Schweizer, Opinion Editor

April 26, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Well, we’ve finally reached the end of the year. And for a majority of our staff, that means the end of our time at Wayne State. Six of our eight staff members will be graduating next weekend. All of us have different backgrounds...

High On The Plains: Felt up by Kafka and the evolving cockroaches of St. Lucia

Chad Christensen, Columnist

April 26, 2017

Filed under Opinion

I’ve been staring blankly at wall for several hours now. It’s response has been “nothing”—which is pretty much how it’s gone for all of spring. Perhaps even years, really. This winter, I encountered a box elder...

Staff Editorial: Too much of a good thing

Mason Schweizer, Opinion Editor

April 19, 2017

Filed under Opinion

This past Easter, folks in Cleveland were traumatized and caged in homes, fearing a man on the run who had killed 74-year-old Robert Godwin Sr., who was walking home from celebrating the holiday with his family. The killer recorded...

As The Bluebird Dies: It’s like Coachella

Sadie Miller, Columnist

April 19, 2017

Filed under Opinion

The lady who lives down the street has a dog that won’t stop running at me when I drive past. Or the next guy. Or the next. He lunges and the leash tugs, and every time I swear he’s about to break free and make a mad dash...

Sunshine State of Mind: A moment’s beginning ends in a moment

Stephanie Hempel, Columnist

April 19, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Tonight—the night before it is due, in good tradition—I have the privilege of writing my last column for “The Wayne Stater.” There are some things I rehearse: acceptance speeches, Bob Dylan lyrics; but not this. Not a...

Memeing With Nick: Another take on ‘Beauty And The Beast’

Nick Ulrich

April 19, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Let’s start off with the obvious—the Beast dies. It has to happen; it always has to happen. Obviously, the crowd agrees with this decision and, at least in the theater I was in, everyone applauded as the hairy monster fell...

Guest Column: NFL draft more than glitz and glamour

Nathan Pearson, Guest Columnist

April 19, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Sports

What do Kurt Warner, Warren Moon and John Randle all have in common? They were all all-pro performers and at one time one of the best players at their respective positions. So, would anyone like to guess which round each pla...

Dead In The Water: Something that Sinatra said

Jacob Stewart, Columnist

April 12, 2017

Filed under Opinion

This is it readers, the end. I’ve been contemplating those two words—how powerful they can be—and my mind can’t help but play Frank Sinatra’s hit, “My Way,” on repeat. He sings about how it’s time to face the final...

Delusions of Grandeur: Still the best bite in town, but are we getting full?

Natasha Fuehrer, Columnist

April 12, 2017

Filed under Opinion

“The Walking Dead” started off this season with a bang. Literally. Losing two key players in the zombie-filled drama stunned fans and left many wondering where the show would go from there. Most are disappointed with the...

Guest Columnist: An opinion on opinions

Joseph Lovercheck, Auxiliary Editor

April 12, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Opinions are like butts—everyone has one, and everyone else’s stinks. But tolerance. That is what everyone needs to learn a little about, and I am no exception. I can understand people believing what they do and being...

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