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Looking back on Homecoming

There are scattered rumors, people are saying Homecoming was a flop. Their feelings may be eased by turning to the lyrics of “Ignition” by R. Kelly, “After the show, it’s the after party.” “I wouldn’t say that Homecoming was necessarily a flop. There were things thrown at us that aren’t normally there, so we had to change a few things... Read More

Rawlings is coming to town

Walking through the doors to the Looney Complex Gymnasium of MWSU at 8 p.m. on Thursday Oct. 11 will be none other than comedian Donnell Rawlings. This show is brought to you by the SGA and WAC which is free to students with student ID and $10 for the public. Jacob Scott, president of SGA said that a quality comedian coming to... Read More

Two SGA senators resign, approve rally towel purchase

The Student Government Association was called to order for the first time this semester on August 27. While the senate was in session, some seats remained vacant. After two Senate resignations, Clifford Petersen and Matthew Hunt, there are eight seats to fill in SGA. President Jacob Scott hopes to have the positions filled in time for the SGA Retreat in... Read More

SGA inaugurates new president, celebrates student successes

Newly elected SGA President Jacob Scott and Vice President Lauren Upton were inaugurated Wednesday, April 18. The night also included award celebrations where organizations around the campus were awarded for the work they have accomplished at Western. The night’s main goal was to honor students on campus for not only their hard work, but also for the dedication and effort... Read More

College Republicans talk issues

The college republicans have different views of the Republicans candidates running for President, but they all agree that they want anyone but Obama.  The officers of the College Republicans have made their picks for President of the United States to go against President Obama this fall. Each officer of the organization has chosen a different candidate and they all seem... Read More