Archive for Student Life

Three alumni students succeed on a “Sweet” opportunity

January 14, 2013 Comments

Albert Shelby

A chance to venture out on a true entrepreneurship is what three Western alumni students were awarded in a business contest hosted by The Craig School of Business. Erica Ricker, Cassandra Schuster and Erik Garcia were awarded the opportunity to manage and conduct their own Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory or the Aspen Leaf Yogurt store. […]

Students encouraged to use librarians, library resources

Students encouraged to use librarians, library resources

November 7, 2012 Comments

Claire Busby

Junior Alyssa Steele carried her assignment sheet into the library with a standout element. “Twenty peer reviewed sources” were the directions highlighted in bright pink. They were to be incorporated into her midterm research paper for her Education Psychology class paper about merit pay with lower income students. She set aside her entire evening to […]

SGA and Student Rush Ticket Program

October 10, 2012 Comments

Katelyn Canon

One hundred students were given free tickets to see “J.B.” Oct. 4-7 due to the Student Government Association funding the Student Rush Ticket Program. During the SGA meeting on Sept. 24 the Senate passed a notice of action to fund the Student Rush Ticket Program. The program, which is in its second year, provides tickets […]

Controversial student worker flyers posted

Controversial student worker flyers posted

September 19, 2012 Comments

Katelyn Canon

Unapproved posters desiring student workers to unite were hung anonymously around campus last Thursday, September 13. Outlining student worker grievances, the posters have yet to be claimed. [caption id="attachment_11834" align="alignleft" width="234"] One of two posters that have been seen around campus regarding the workers free-zone.[/caption] “Let me clarify, we are not sure how that approval […]

Campus gains new desks and tables, expenses totaling to $100,000

Campus gains new desks and tables, expenses totaling to $100,000

September 13, 2012 Comments

Ellis Cross

[caption id="attachment_11481" align="alignleft" width="240"] The new desks (above right) which are wider and more flexible then the old desks (above left) are in place in a classroom in Looney complex. Looney, Popplewell and Wilson all received new desks and tables as many were again and outdated.[/caption] In March of this year, the SGA voted to […]

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