A Veteran Education

Education is a value that some take for granted, but when someone serves America for years and puts a college education on hold, that value becomes more important. In Eder 200 is the Non-Traditional Student office, where many members of the Student Veterans of America (SVA) spend their time when they’re not in class or […]

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SGA taking off at full speed

Although the year has just begun, the leaders of the Student Government Association said they have been hard at work. President Daniel Hager and Vice President Tyler O’Neill spent most of their summer on the Western campus discussing their goals for the upcoming year. Hager and O’Neill have similar plans for the new year in […]

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Is it even worth it?

As we go through college, we are introduced to numerous opportunities that could lead to our future careers. However, I have to ask the question, is it all really worth it? Education is definitely important, and anyone that says it isn’t is crazier than I am, but what I am questioning is whether or not […]

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Chariot race

The odds were definitely in favor of Sigma Sigma Sigma and Phi Delta Theta as they took first place in the Greek Week chariot race on Monday, March 31. Teams stood on the field across from Popplewell Hall beside their Hunger Games themed chariots on Monday, battling the harsh winds. Each sorority was paired up […]

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