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Review: Captain America 2 leaves you begging for more

Review: Captain America 2 leaves you begging for more

April 9, 2014 Comments

Albert Shelby

Marvel fans have waited almost three years to witness the second installment of the Captain America franchise. Trust me, it was worth the wait. Captain America: The Winter Soldier delivers across the board. The acting was above average, but the plot was even better. From the beginning to the end, the director did a good […]

Gillaspy agressive play trusted by teammates

Gillaspy agressive play trusted by teammates

April 9, 2014 Comments

Albert Shelby

She is the ultimate player and the ultimate friend. Infielder Tiffany Gillaspy is someone her teammates can trust, both on and off the field. Gillaspy hails from Johnston, Iowa, and she grew up in a competitive family. When she was younger, she attended her older brother games, and decided that she wanted to pick up […]

Are you ready for some football?! Western style

April 3, 2014 Comments

Albert Shelby

Spring practice for football kicked off on March 26, and I can’t help but be excited about some of the unknowns heading into the 2014 season. The Griffons finished last season with an 8-3 record, losing three of their last four games, all to conference foes. The team may be eager to get back on […]

Intramural’s keeps students fit

March 27, 2014 Comments

Albert Shelby

College is quite stressful and if your tired of playing video games to relieve stress, playing in any intramural sport could be the way to go. Every semester Western students are allowed to participate in any Intramural game of their choice. Some games are individual sports  but majority of the games require you to recruit […]

Bearcats hot shooting buries Griffons

February 28, 2014 Comments

Albert Shelby

Last Saturday, the Bearcats added another loss to Western’s record when they beat the Griffons 92-60 in the MWSU Fieldhouse. Since 2010, the Griffons have gone 1-7 against their rival Northwest Missouri State. The Griffons struggles under the basket continued with the Bearcats recording their first 10 points of the games in the paint. Dillon […]

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