Western Courier

Potts, Finley lead cross country to EIU

Cassina Sanders

September 17, 1998

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Sept. 11, the men's and women's cross country teams competed at Bradley University. Both teams finished in good standing, with the women placing fifth out of 10 teams and the men sixth place out of 11.Junior Eli Soliz finished...

He’s back !

Jeff Reynolds

September 17, 1998

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There was something different about the way he was carrying himself - the look in his eye was a little deeper, the fire a little brighter. And for good reason: Head coach Randy Ball and the Leathernecks have their most lethal of...

Fall Bash hits Lake Argyle

Dana Evert

September 17, 1998

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The sun was shining on all those who gathered at Lake Argyle Saturday afternoon for Fall Bash II. I have never seen such a random group of people congregating for the same reason: good music.College students paraded around th...

Daniels pleased with win over EIU

Collin VanBusKirk

September 15, 1998

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On Friday, the WIU women's soccer team claimed its own page in the program's history by defeating Eastern Illinois University, 1-0, at John MacKenzie Alumni Field.In a month already loaded with significant moments in sports histo...

Applications for award are available

William Lee

September 15, 1998

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WIU's Travel and Study Abroad Office is accepting applications for the J. William Fulbright Scholarship for the 1999-2000 academic year.The Fulbright Scholarship is a post-World War II federal grant for mature college students to...

Program awarded $149,999 grant

Scott Owens

September 15, 1998

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Federal government agencies recently issued grants to fund two programs at WIU that are using technology to better the lives of the people with whom they work.The U.S. Department of Education awarded the Macomb Projects group a ...

Luncheon set for Founders’ Day

Bradford Nadziejko

September 15, 1998

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WIU students and the rest of the university community are encouraged to attend the WIU 1998 Founders' Day luncheon Sept. 23 in the University Union Grand Ballroom.Started by President Donald Spencer, Founders' Day is celebrated to ...

OPS works to improve safety

Rob Carroll

September 15, 1998

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Making everyone on campus feel safe is no easy task. Currently, the Office of Public Safety is trying to improve the situation."Most of the students are 19, 20, 21 years of age, and they need to remember that even though they...

Children are aware of scandal

September 15, 1998

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Throughout the past several months, everyone has been buzzing about the Bill Clinton scandal, trying to figure out what his next move will be to retrieve his reputation. But many have failed to take a closer look at what affect ...

Tanner obtains Ethernet access

Shauna Allen

September 15, 1998

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During the past few years, WIU has undergone a few facelifts in order to attract more students to the campus.Some of these projects were not just for recruitment purposes, but also for the betterment of the living conditions i...

Generate a winning attitude, support WIU athletic teams

Janine Cavicchia

September 15, 1998

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In my heart and mind, I've been a WIU Westerwinds fan and supporter for the past 13 years, but you wouldn't necessarily know it by my only occasional attendance at volleyball, softball and basketball games. I've never been to a ...

One year later, dual-rape case still unsolved

Josh Monninger

September 15, 1998

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It's been over half a year since two female students were abducted at knifepoint from Higgins Hall parking lot and raped near Spring Lake.After getting the car stuck in the mud, the attacker fled on foot, leaving the two women locked...

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