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Political prodigy Rachel Gonzalez makes history

In high school, teenagers are supposed to focus on schoolwork, friends and part-time jobs. At the age of 17, Western student Rachel Gonzalez was focused on politics and the betterment of the United States of America by running as a delegate for presidential candidate Hillary Clinton during the 2016 presidential election. Gonzalez started out as a volunteer for the Clinton... 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

New Year’s resolutions – and how to keep them

It’s that time of the year again: The making and breaking of New Year’s resolutions. Whether you are still sticking to your plan or have already derailed, we are bringing you tips on how to keep the most commonly broken resolutions according to Time Magazine. “New Year’s resolutions can be a really good thing – just keep them positive and... Read More