The Wayne Stater

More commuter parking coming soon

Llolanda Hernandez, Staff Writer

February 19, 2020

Construction on a new commuter parking lot west of the Fine Arts Building will begin this spring. “We have events on campus all the time that are during the week at night and there’s really no place for people in town or...

Resisting a rest: the modern student

Sean Dunn

February 19, 2020

Think about the last time you really felt well-rested. I’m not just talking about “eight hours” rested. I mean, when was the last time you felt like you could take on the day, no questions asked, with nothing bothering you?...

A living man’s view on dying

Sean Dunn, Columnist

October 23, 2019

There’s a strange age dynamic within one of my friend groups. We all vary in our years, but we’re all close enough in age for it not to feel awkward. The strange part about it is that I don’t remember exactly the order of...

WSC class helps teach the importance of writing about family

Sean Dunn, Staff Writer

March 20, 2019

Writing can be an accessible and streamlined process for those who have practiced. For beginners and novices, however, the words can have a hard time coming out. Fortunately for the inexperienced, a class of Wayne State College...

Gravestone cherry on top

Sean Dunn, Staff Writer

March 20, 2019

Good music can be thought provoking. Lately, I’ve been listening to the newest album by Red Vox, a psychedelic/indie rock band. A few of the songs have been worthy of my research; the song “Why Die on a Hill” has particularly...

One cut is worth as many measurements as it takes

Sean Dunn, Columnist

February 19, 2019

People are very polite, these days. Too damn polite, in the face of tolerance. Tolerance, I feel, is a very obsessed-over word these days. We talk about tolerance in all sorts of manner; religious tolerance, pain tolerance, bact...

Hell visits Nebraska in newly released “DUSK”

Sean Dunn, News Editor

February 6, 2019

Something’s hidden in the cornfields. It ain’t no dog. It ain’t no farmhand. It ain’t no drunk high schooler running from the cops. It’s a scarecrow. No big deal, right? Except it’s moving and carrying a shotgun. Behind...

Knocking on wood to expect an answer

Sean Dunn, Columnist

January 23, 2019

Hello, reader. If you’ll allow me the honor, I’d like a moment of your time. Patience is a virtue, as we all know. The image of patience, however, is misconstrued. The ideal image for patience is remaining calm, inactivity. Sitting...

A game for nostalgia seekers: ‘Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’

Sean Dunn, News Editor

January 16, 2019

Just this last year, we were introduced to one of the “most ambitious crossovers” in entertainment history. Heroes versus villains, heroes versus heroes, villains versus villains, and one big baddie to rule them all. With...

A major problem

Sean Dunn, News Editor

January 9, 2019

I’ve got a sleeping problem. To say it sucks is more than obvious because not getting enough sleep, especially as a college student, makes the feeling of death a little more tangible. Yes, the lack of proper sleep is a problem,...

Red Dead Redemption pre-sequal lives up to expectations

Sean Dunn, News Editor

January 9, 2019

October holds a lot of excitement for the year; some people enjoy the cold weather, others enjoy the fall festivities and even more enjoy the approaching holiday season. I am no exception. I was excited for October, but not just...

Lucky 13 Fiction Slam

Sean Dunn, Staff Writer

April 25, 2018

There’s nothing like diving into a good story and getting lost in a world beyond reality. For many people on Thursday, they’ll find themselves in a new realm that takes place right here in Wayne, Nebraska: The Lucky 13 Fiction...