Western Courier

OPS director attends hate crimes

Danny Davis

October 7, 1998

Bob Fitzgerald, director of the Office of Public Safety, learned about the current situations and conditions of statutes involving hate crimes at a conference Sept. 29, sponsored by the Illinois attorney general and the Illin...

Fashon design via satellite

Leslie Gray

October 7, 1998

Eight of WIU's best designing women presented their summer internship presentations to students and faculty of the University of North Texas via satellite at Friday's Fashion Merchandising Summer 1998 Internship Seminar.The studen...

Breast health concerns everyone

William Lee

October 7, 1998

In honor of October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, WIU will kick off its plan to get female students to get mammograms.With the help of a grant from the Susan G. Komen Foundation, WIU and the McDonough County Health Depart...

‘Necks defeat defending national champs,

Marvin Holman

October 5, 1998

'Necks linebacker Jimmy Robinson shows good sportsmanship after the victory against YSU.-Mark Kennedy/Photo EditorThe Leatherneck football team entered Saturday's Homecoming game against defending national champions and No. 1-ra...

Monica’s after the bucks

October 5, 1998

The latest headlines in the news report that Oprah Winfrey talked to Monica Lewinsky's people about doing an interview with her and Lewinsky wanted to know what was in it for her. Lewinsky wanted $1 million for the interview. Once...

Ball dethrones Hanson for winning record

Marvin Holman

October 5, 1998

'Necks head coach Randy Ball had reson to celebrate Saturday as he became the schools all time winningest football coach.-Mark Kennedy/Photo EditorSaturday's 14-0 victory by the Leatherneck football team over Youngstown State Univ...

RPTA travels to Palisades

Bradford P. Nadziejko

October 5, 1998

Reservations are due today for the recreation, parks and tourism administration department's Sunday trip to Palisades State Park in New York for hiking, camping and rock climbing. Novices and pros alike can participate in RPT...

WIU support precedes victory

Marvin Holman

October 5, 1998

With the highest attendance of the season at Western Hall Friday, the Westerwind volleyball team did not disappoint, defeating Chicago State University in three games to snap a four-match losing streak.The Cougars, who entered the...

‘Necks able to pull even, but still lose

Ed Cabello

October 5, 1998

'Necks midfielder Matt Hawkins dribbles the ball past a defender in thier 2-1 doublr overtime loss.-Marta Ciszewski/Asst. Photo EditorThe Leathernecks soccer team wanted to come out with a big victory for their fans Sunday. Wit...

The difficult task of job hunting is an unforgettable process

Paul Bixby

October 5, 1998

I have never felt so useless in my whole life. Apparently I am unfit for employment. Every place I applied to in Macomb seems to have 30 applicants just like me, which is driving me crazy. I have not gone longer than three wee...

Potts still leading cross country

Annie Bahr

October 5, 1998

WIU was one of 39 Division I cross country teams that competed Saturday in the Loyola (University) Beachfront Invitational. For the Westerwinds, junior Jennifer Potts led the way as the women placed ninth overall in the 16-team field....

BSA events provide laughs for students

Danny Davis and Shauna Allen

October 5, 1998

Lil' Bo P performs at Fashion Comedy Style Saturday night in the Union.-Mark Kennedy/Photo EditorThis weekend the Black Student Association sponsored the Groovejam and Fashion Comedy Style. The events were co-sponsored by Midcoas...

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