Western Courier

‘Winds travel to Western Michigan tourney

Marvin Holman

September 18, 1998

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After a winless turn at the Westerwinds Classic, the Westerwind volleyball team will be going on the road this weekend to get back on the winning track.The 'Winds are headed to Kalamazoo, Mich., for the Western Michigan Tournam...

IHC discusses prank calls

Scott Owens

September 18, 1998

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Among the issues discussed at the Inter-Hall Council meeting Wednesday were prank phone calls received on campus, complaints about Mariott Food Services, plans for a temporary mass transit system and the new date for the schedul...

Tabloid culture transforms movie industry

Brandon Eckenrode

September 18, 1998

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Compliment me for having a creative imagination or accuse me of having too much time on my hands, but to see how an older movie would turn out in current times can be quite amusing.Looking back at some of the more popular older ...

Men’s tennis gets underway

Rachel Hand

September 18, 1998

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This weekend, the men's tennis team will play host to a singles tournament at WIU, competing against the University of Chicago and Bradley and Lindenwood universities. Each college will have eight men competing, except for WIU, ...

A salute to patriotism is seen in soldier’s eyes

Holly M. Anderson

September 18, 1998

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I've never been more proud of my brother or my country than I am at this moment. Last week Pvt. 2 Benjamin J. Anderson graduated from basic training.My family and I traveled to Fort Lenardwood, Mo., to recognize my younger brothe...

United we stand, divided we fall

Leslie Gray

September 18, 1998

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"You cannot build a better world without improving the individuals. To that end, each of us must work for his (or her) own improvement, and at the same time share a general responsibility for all humanity, our particular duty...

Around Macomb in 30 minutes

Rachel Black

September 18, 1998

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"That was the roughest landing you'll ever have in a hot-air balloon," Dennis Tietge, balloon pilot, said as he helped me out of the tipped-over brown wicker basket. "Are you OK?""Yeah, I'm fine!" I told him in a voice that sounded mo...

‘Winds Hope to Keep the Ball Rolling

Collin VanBusKirk

September 18, 1998

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The WIU women's soccer team opens conference play today against Youngstown State University at John MacKenzie Alumni Field, where Sept. 11 the Westerwinds claimed their first victory in the two-year history of the program.The...

WIU employee is honored forsaving student’s life

Danny Davis

September 18, 1998

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Delorus Miller of Macomb, the day shift crew leader at Burger King in the WIU University Union, received the Distinguished Citizen's award Wednesday. Miller's award was presented by Sam Tedrow, chairman of the Frontier Division ...

Work is good motivation

September 18, 1998

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In a recent survey done by AIDS Project Los Angeles, it was discovered that 70 percent of AIDS- and HIV-infected patients are working again, want to work or never left work. After seeing this, a question presented itself regarding...

Your Ma

Lisa Lipscomb

September 18, 1998

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Most every college student understands what having a really bad week is like. If you are a freshman, you will probably experience a few during your college career.Bad weeks usually start out with something small. Maybe a bad ...

Music professor is honored

Josh Monninger

September 18, 1998

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The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers has named WIU music professor Randall Faust an award-winner for his music compositions.Faust, who has been teaching music at the college level since 1973, came to WIU in 1997 from a 1...

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