Western Courier

Smoking vultures loiter around campus

James Weime

September 28, 1998

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I know what it's like to be a smoker. I did it for a number of years. I was lucky enough, though, to quit before the push to kill the tobacco industry.Today it's really getting tough on smokers. No more smoking in public buildings ...

‘Winds miss yet another victory

Marvin Holman

September 28, 1998

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After starting their Mid-Continent Conference season, the Westerwind volleyball team was back at home Sunday against Missouri Valley Conference member Creighton University.In the first game, WIU took a early 2-0 lead before the Bluej...

Parking problems continue to plague WIU

September 28, 1998

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When most students on this campus have early morning classes, it can become a hindrance to walk across campus to class. Especially for those living in the North Quad, the upcoming months of rain and snow can really make the voyage...

Reunions provide renewed look at the past

Jeff Reynolds

September 28, 1998

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In a little more than 16 months, the high school class of '95 has a decision to make: Will we attend the first of many class reunions, or will we decline the invitation, with the concern that nothing has changed in our friends,...

Due to SGA bill, students canchange ID numbersBy Heather Esrig

Heather Esrig

September 28, 1998

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Student Government Association Senators, Nathaniel McIntyre (Higgins Hall) and Jason Mount (Tanner Hall) wrote a piece of legislation called SGA Bill 1998-99.6.This bill states: Whereas, The University currently offers the student...

‘Necks defence clips Thunderbirds

Marvin Holman

September 28, 1998

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Entering Saturday's game against Southern Utah University, the Leatherneck football team had to answer a few questions.Could Randy Ball win his 56th game, tying him with legendary coach Ray "Rock" Hanson? Could senior running...

Unity Rally calls for racial harmony

Josh Monninger

September 28, 1998

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The Alliance for Racial Harmony's fourth annual Unity Rally was held Saturday at 1 p.m. in Chandler Park.LaMetta K. Wynn, mayor of Clinton, Iowa, and the first African-American female mayor in Iowa, was the featured speaker at th...

Singled Out raises money for children

Josh Monninger

September 28, 1998

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Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority sponsored its first Sigma Singled Out at the Top of the Town Thursday at 7 p.m. to raise money for charity.Francie Randazzo, senior communication major, and Laura King, junior advertising and design major...

Media coverage of Clintonscandal divides country

Rebecca Bogler

September 28, 1998

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As the media continues to choke us with images of the Clinton scandal, people are forming their own opinions about the presidency and about our society as a whole. Some people think the president should be impeached, and others t...

‘Necks bounce ‘Roos in conference opener

Ed Cabello

September 28, 1998

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The Leathernecks kept their focus on the right track with a 3-2 home win over UMKC at the new John MacKenzie Alumni Field Sunday, leaving the UMKC head coach feeling a little bitter.The Leathernecks bounced back from an embarra...

BSA appreciates turnout, focuses on Homecoming

Nick Washington

September 25, 1998

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WIU's fall 1998 Homecoming celebration was the major topic of the Black Student Association's general meeting held in the University Union Sandburg Theatre Tuesday.Kurt Williamson, vice president of BSA, called the meeting to or...

Stricter policies for alcohol take effect

Rob Carroll

September 25, 1998

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WIU is doing its part to make sure that sororities and fraternities do not let alcohol use get out of hand at chapter events."All I'm trying to do is make sure that they know what the polices are and to make sure that they are fol...

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