Western Courier

‘Necks fall to New Mexico; ‘Winds come up short

Karl Phipps

September 21, 1998

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Things heated up Friday at John MacKenzie Alumni Field, but it was the Westerwind soccer team which came out cold as it lost to Youngstown State University, 1-0.After a rough outing against the University of Iowa last week, the ...

Chelsea placed in spotlight

September 21, 1998

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Wherever you go, people can't stop discussing the crisis in the White House.While President Bill Clinton has admitted to having an affair with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky, the question on the public's mind is whet...

WIU celebrates Hispanic/Latino Heritage Month

Danny Davis

September 21, 1998

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Due to a proclamation passed by WIU President Donald Spencer last week, Hispanic/Latino Heritage Month will be acknowledged by the university beginning last Tuesday and ending Oct. 15.The proclamation, which recognizes the culture ...

New classes added for spring

Tricia Tortorich

September 21, 1998

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Second semester registration is approaching and WIU students will soon be choosing their courses.While flipping through the course catalog, students might come across a few new courses available this spring. Classes have been add...

Program puts officers behind the counter: Cops in Shops works to keep alcohol out of minors’ hands

Josh Monninger

September 21, 1998

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Cops in Shops, a nationwide program to deter the sale of alcohol to minors and people buying alcohol for minors, continues to be effective in Macomb with the help of the community and local sellers of alcohol.Macomb, which first...

Voting ensures positive changes will occur in the future

James Weime

September 21, 1998

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So the time's getting close for voting again and how many of you out there in campus land are going to be voting this election? Yeah, well, that's what I thought!Millions of years ago this place was not like it is now. It was mor...

Stecker returns, ‘Necks to win column

Jeff Reynolds

September 21, 1998

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Junior quarterback Mark Zanders threw a pair of touchdown passes and senior running back Aaron Stecker returned to this old form, leading the Leathernecks past Elon College, 17-7. Stecker, seeing his first action this season, c...

Homecoming week abounds with activities

September 21, 1998

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Western's Wide World of Sports Homecoming 1998 is just around the corner.This is a chance for all students to show their purple and gold pride. Now I'm not just talking about going to the football game and cheering on the Leat...

Riders find fun in raising money

Heather Esrig

September 21, 1998

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For the past 22 years, Delta Tau Delta fraternity has been sponsoring a fund-raiser called Big Wheels. All of the proceeds from the Big Wheels go to the YMCA Senior Citizens Center of Macomb, which also benefits other local s...

Improved campus safety should coninue

Stefanie Frazier

September 21, 1998

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Two WIU students were assaulted last year. That news went far beyond the Western Courier.My dad told me he heard about the double rape on television on a Chicago news station. It is no secret that females, in particular, need t...

He’s back !

Jeff Reynolds

September 18, 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 18, 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...

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