Western Courier

Kathy Griffin comes to Macomb

Josh Monninger

September 10, 1998

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Kathy Griffin, originally from Oak Park, Ill., will be performing at WIU Oct. 3 for Homecoming weekend.Luis Moreno, assistant director of the Office of Student Activities and adviser for the University Union Board, believes thi...

LASO and BSA kick off year with weekend events

Danny Davis

September 10, 1998

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Two major organizations for minority students are welcoming students back this weekend. The Black Student Organization and the Latin American Student Association will both kick off the year with a new outlook on student activities....

Questions remain about Clinton scandal

Dan Morton

September 10, 1998

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In this column, you as the reader will find no real point to your reading. I am merely going to ramble about various things that bug me about this whole Clinton sex scandal. I just wish that Ted Koppel would ask some question...

He Said: What about roomates

Zed Bartlow

September 10, 1998

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Coming to college ultimately means that you have to find a place to live, and the issue of who to live with is the first to be raised. When living in the residence halls, one must choose between having a roommate or a single room...

Big Mac has a big heart with the fans

Brandon Eckenrode

September 10, 1998

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Forget Mark McGwire for the man who has hit 60-some home runs in a single season, for bringing interest back to the game of baseball and for showing the reason why records were made to be broken.If you are going to remember hi...

WIU receives grant for Hispanic enrollment

Shauna Allen

September 10, 1998

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More than $250,000 was awarded to WIU programs that support increased enrollment of Hispanic students, expansion of cultural diversity in the classroom and transform teaching and learning through technology.Cultural diversity a...

‘Necks ready to tackle CMU

Jeff Reynolds

September 10, 1998

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After winning their fifth home opener in a row last week, 23-7, over St. Cloud State University, the Leathernecks will pack their victory pipes in hopes of smoking the Central Michigan University Chippewas.Senior running back T...

Balloons race this weekend

Josh Monninger

September 10, 1998

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The 12th year of the Macomb Balloon Rally on Vince Grady Field kicks off tonight and lasts through Sunday."Everything is weather-dependent and subject to change. If the weather doesn't allow us to fly one day, then we won't," Ba...

‘Winds return home to play host to Westerwinds Classic

Marvin Holman

September 10, 1998

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After starting the season in Florida and Iowa, the Westerwinds volleyball team will begin its home season with the annual Westerwinds Classic this weekend at Western Hall.The Classic will be in a round-robin format which includes S...

You better shop around

Danny Davis

September 10, 1998

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In a new dawn of job marketing, today's students need that extra hand when it comes to finding the perfect job. The Placement Office is making it easy for students to go into the career they want. It has added new components ...

Your Ma

Lisa Lipscomb

September 10, 1998

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I was awoken at 3 a.m. not too long ago by the ringing of my telephone. Stumbling out of bed, I could not imagine who would be calling me at such an hour on a weekday. My memory of the conversation is not too clear because of m...

Demolition slated to begin on Hursch Hall Monday

Scott Owens

September 10, 1998

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The Inter-Hall Council held its second meeting of the year Wednesday with student representatives from all residence halls in attendance to discuss the environment on campus.Members of the group are elected by IHC representati...

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