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“Condoms are like seat belts”

“Condoms are like seat belts”

March 19, 2015 Comments

Sydnie Holzfaster

Thursday, Feb. 23, the MWSU Politics Club sponsored an open forum on the hypothetical repercussions of the legalization of sex work in the United States. The forum was led by a panel of three professors from the department of Criminal Justice and Social Work to give their opinions and discuss the legal, economic and social […]

McCaskill

McCaskill

March 19, 2015 Comments

Brendan Welch

After talking with campuses, survivors, law enforcement and advocates, Senator Claire McCaskill announced changes and improvements that are being made to the Campus Accountability and Safety Act. On Monday, March 9, McCaskill held a press conference in order to discuss the provisions being made to the act. The changes add new campus resources and support services […]

Senator Shewell’s proposal

March 19, 2015 Comments

Jon Dykstra

Senator Brian Shewell has brought a plan to the committee to allocate the assets for four basic areas: Baker Fitness Center, Health Services, Recreation Services space and International Student Services and Recruitment. Shewell’s proposal leaves two years of the money for improvements to the Blum Student Union untouched. While it is only two-thirds of what […]

Fessler’s proposal

March 19, 2015 Comments

Jon Dykstra

Dr. Cale Fessler, vice president for financial planning and administration, in conjunction with Dr. Robert Vartabedian, MWSU president, has a proposal on the table for two years worth of the Student Success Act fee, or roughly $448,000, to be committed to the the creation of additional recreational space. “On the [master plan] list of top […]

Don Lillie

Don Lillie

March 19, 2015 Comments

Brendan Welch

Western Theatre Professor Don Lillie passed away on Thursday, Feb. 26, in his home. Lillie was a professor in the Theatre, Cinema and Dance department for over 20 years.  He taught introduction to theater, stage combat, historical fencing and other theater-related classes. He was an Army veteran of the Vietnam War and often talked about the […]

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