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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

The Great Dubois Juggles into Western

A circus duo contorted and juggled their way into Western on Jan. 31st. The Great Dubois’ show was run and performed by Michael Dubois and assisted by Viktoria Grimmy. Dubois has been performing his acts for 12 years and has been featured on many late night TV shows, while Grimmy is an award-winning fifth-generation circus performer. She has also been... Read More

It’s official- WAC is on its own

After a vote of the student body, the Western Activities Council split from the Student Government Association, forming a separate organization Friday, Oct. 16. The ballot question passed a two-thirds vote of Western students. SGA has been discussing the policy change for multiple weeks, but now that the students have approved the constitutional amendment, it has been added to the... Read More

The WAC-SGA Breakup: “It was mutual”

The Student Government Association presented legislations Monday that call for the separation of the Western Activities Council from SGA. Student administrators suggest that the changes are meant to distinguish the goals and guidelines of the two institutions. “Basically, the reason this is happening is that we decided that WAC and SGA, at their core, serve two very different missions,” SGA... Read More

Foaming Fun

The commons were filled with music on Thursday, Sept. 3, as students made their way to the basketball courts where the annual foam party was being held. Every year as a new semester begins, the student group Western Activity Council (WAC), puts on a party for all of Missouri Western’s students. A machine is attached to a basketball hoop and... Read More