Western Courier

SGA discusses proposed fee increases, distributes money into five categories

Heather Esrig

October 15, 1998

WIU President Donald Spencer signs the Campus Safety Week proclamation.-Mark Kennedy/Photo EditorThe proposed Student Government Association's fee increase has been distributed among five main categories. The 6.2 percent increase fo...

New act makes campus crime information more accessible to students

Rob Carroll

October 15, 1998

Campus crime in the United States will now be less of a mystery, thanks to the disclosure provisions for criminal incidents and disciplinary decisions included in the Higher Education Act of 1998 signed Oct. 7 by President Clinton...

He Said: Birth Control

Zed Bartlow

October 15, 1998

Have you ever been in an intimate situation with a person you desire, only to realize that you have no available protection? This is one of the most embarrassing experiences that can occur, but with a little forethought, it ca...

‘Winds take on IUPUI, return home for pair

Marvin Holman

October 15, 1998

The 'Winds set up to return a serve in action earlier this season.-Marta Ciszewski/Asst. Photo EditorAfter coming off one of its best games of the season, the Westerwind volleyball team will go on the road again this weekend in M...

Our Town is a very, very fine town

Lisa Lipscomb

October 15, 1998

The cast of Our Town rehearses a scene from the play.-Marta Ciszewski/Asst. Photo Editor"Our Town" (a k a Grovers Corners, N.H.) waltzed its way onto the Simpkins Theatre stage Tuesday for the opening-night performance of the ...

Students light candles in memory of Shephard

Danny Davis

October 15, 1998

A crowd of about fifty people held a memorial for Matthew Shephard. With the slogan, "Ignorance isn't Bliss," the memorial urged students to take action.Junior theatre major Steve Sonneveld stood in the University Union Free Sp...

Moral superiority decided on presence

Jared Miller

October 15, 1998

With every arrival of deer season, I rummage through the piled-up stuff in my basement until I find my faithful compound bow. When I open the case, the feeling of nostalgia washes over me. Too many people these days use the ter...

IHC addresses food service, parking

Scott Owens

October 15, 1998

Discussions concerning parking problems and student complaints about Mariott Food Service topped the agenda of this week's Inter-Hall Council meeting. Christian Lafferty, student representative for Parking Services, spoke about how...

‘Necks head to SIU for dogfight

Jeff Reynolds

October 15, 1998

Junior quarterback is hit as he releases a pass in earlier action this season.-Mark Kennedy/Photo EditorA trip to Carbondale, Ill., tops the weekend itinerary for the Leathernecks, who have high hopes of spoiling the Salukis H...

Higher Education Act of 1998 will paint clearer picture of crime

October 15, 1998

For the first time in the history of higher education, campuses must now publicly disclose all criminal incidents within two days of their occurrence. The Higher Education Act of 1998 recently signed by President Bill Clinton ri...

Your Ma

Lisa Lipscomb

October 15, 1998

Hold on to your seats - if you haven't heard it yet, MTV is going to grace WIU and the city of Macomb with its presence Oct. 25. The band Third Eye Blind will be performing with Eve 6 as their opening act.When I first heard the...

Ferguson Lecturer gives tips on business

Tricia Tortorich

October 15, 1998

Edward J. McManus, chief operating officer of Procurement and Logistics of American Stores Company.Mark Kennedy/Photo EditorThe 10th Annual Robert and Mary Ferguson Lecture was the highlight of the College of Business and Technol...

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