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Star pitcher fights nerves as she prepares for spring season

Consistency and a positive attitude are what starting pitcher Jackie Bishop hopes for that will help bring Western softball success as she leads the team with over 30 all-time rankings including first in most strike-outs and second in both shutouts and strikeouts. “It’s hard because it’s my third year and I’ve faced everyone for three years and I need to step my... Read More

WAC looks to improve attendance, desires student organizations to jump on board

This year’s WAC formal had slightly under 100 in attendance.  Though it almost doubled the attendance from the last formal, students and other observers are still pondering over whether the event should be deemed financially successful among other WAC expenses. Vice President of WAC Lauren Dillon said she was very impressed by the committee’s efforts in the WAC formal. Dillon... Read More

New book store electronics give students cheaper alternatives: Stephanie Dilley

Technology buffs may be excited to try out the new gadgets available on campus. The  Barnes and Noble Bookstore has begun selling Nook readers and tablets; both are examples of technology that may be advancing toward a world of paperless reading. Four options are available: the 16 GB Nook Tablet priced at $249, the 8 GB Nook Tablet at $199,... Read More

3OH!3, XV, Sammy Adams to headline for spring 2013 concert

Western switched it up a bit this year in selecting electropop duo 3OH!3, and rappers XV and Sammy Adams for the annual spring concert. Though the traditional genre rotation is rock, hip-hop and country and this year’s turn was rock, the members of Western Activities Council felt that breaking the rotation would truly gives the students of Western a concert of their... Read More