Archive for Opinion

One simple question

February 26, 2015 Comments

Nick Ingram

As a senior for my final semester, I needed to be in an internship as a practicum for my major. At first, I didn’t think it was a big deal, just find a place that could tolerate me for 10 hours a week. However, I did not realize it would be possibly one of the […]

Find better role models

February 19, 2015 Comments

Nick Ingram

I may not be “cool” or “part of the scene” but I cannot stand the people that gain so much media attention for doing nothing special. These people include the Kardashians, Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, Amber Rose, the Teen Moms and whoever else seems to be headlining news across the country. What have […]

Master Plan falls short

February 13, 2015 Comments

Nick Ingram

A couple of weeks ago, the Board of Governors approved the design that the Master Plan will be based off of. That’s fine, it looks awesome and I’m glad to see effort put into wanting to improve the buildings that most desperately need attention, like Popplewell, which is falling behind on being able to provide technology-based […]

SGA President Letter

February 6, 2015 Comments

daniel hager

My Fellow Griffons, With the kickstart of the centennial anniversary, now is the time to look back at Western’s first 100 years and to imagine the next century to come.  How will we change over the next century? What new buildings & programs will we add, how will student needs change in that time? We […]

Vandalism on Campus

January 15, 2015 Comments

Jessica Kopp

Apparently there are one or multiple tools running around who think it’s a good idea to paint KKK symbols and swastikas on cars. Well, screw you. As a German, I’ll say I have a more in-depth understanding of the swastika – and no, it’s not funny, it’s not shocking, it’s not rebellious, it’s not juvenile […]

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