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Mystics mini-dance clinic

Western’s Mystics Dance team held a mini-dance clinic for children ages Pre-K through 8th grade. The Mystics Dance Team is a high-energy team that specializes in jazz, hip-hop and pom. The Mystics perform during all home football and basketball games and they march with the MWSU Golden Griffon Marching Band. Being a part of and watching the team is one... Read More

Angie Keilhauer sings to Western

International touring artist from NBC’s The Voice sang her way into Western students hearts. Angie Keilhauer performed on Feb. 8th inside the Kemper Recital Hall. Keilhauer played her guitar and sang original songs while doing covers of many other popular songs. The mini concert was hosted by the Western Activities Council at Western. WAC President, Natalie Miller, explains why they... Read More

Charles Drew Blood Drive aims to raise awareness

Every two seconds someone in the U.S. needs blood. Approximately 36,000 units of red blood cells are needed every day in the U.S. and nearly 21 million blood components are transfused each year in the U.S. The Center for Multicultural Education (CME) hosted their annual Charles Drew Blood drive in honor of Black History Month on Feb. 13 from 10... Read More

Kiss the frog: turning Mr. Wrong around

Mr. Right is acting wrong and many different women have the same frustrations. Director of Western Student Counseling Center, Dave Brown said that a significant amount of students attend counseling because of strife or issues in their romantic relationship. Brown said that the majority of students seeking counseling for romantic relationship issues are women. “We have probably 1 out of... Read More

Google Comes To Western

Communication and journalism majors, as well as members of the community, were given free Google Cardboard headsets and training on how to use 360 video. On Tuesday, Feb. 6 in Spratt Hall from 2 to 4 p.m. Digital Tools Trainer Daniel Petty, spoke to students on how to use the tools that Google has to offer. At this presentation students... Read More