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Max Experience gets an update

March 26, 2015 Comments

Sydnie Holzfaster

After eight years, the Missouri Western Athletics Department is taking student input for updates to the Max Experience booster program. With a fee of $60 per semester for full-time students, the Max Experience gives students access to all home sporting events, concessions as well as other benefits throughout the year. Freshman Lanny Leivan feels that […]

SGA Voting at Western

March 26, 2015 Comments

Junna Resuma

Two votes determined the Western Activities Council vice president, while the Student Government Association president and executive vice president ran unopposed. Ashley Filipelli, WAC vice president-elect, and co-chair Candice Jenkins secured 143 votes against Jacob Hoppe, Jacob Robertson and Nicole Lucas, who received 141 votes. Filipelli is excited to begin her new position. “It was […]

Western celebrates Women’s History Month

March 26, 2015 Comments

Cassandra Daldrup

“If society will not admit of women’s free development, then society must be remodeled,” Elizabeth Blackwell, first women to receive a medical degree in the US once said. Women’s History Month took place this month, starting March 1 and will be ending on March 31. Several events have taken place since its start, including screening […]

Food pantry approved, coming to campus

March 26, 2015 Comments

Jon Dykstra

One of the most discussed and debated issues in the Student Government Association the last few years has been the inclusion of a food pantry on campus, but it no longer has to be, as the administration has spoken. No matter if SGA supports the project or not, a food pantry will be on campus […]

Western celebrates women

Western celebrates women

March 26, 2015 Comments

Brent Rosenauer

Whenever Americans hear of Ireland, we often envision fighting Irishmen, angry Leprechauns and exorbitant drinking on St. Patrick’s Day. Dr. Ed Taylor, assistant professor of political science, revealed to Western students and staff a piece of Irish history that is often forgotten— the Northern Ireland Women’s Coalition. His lecture was named “Enter the Peacemakers: The […]

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