Western Courier

Blacks, elderly, and moderate voters avor Joe Biden

Mark Tolliver, Opinions Editor

March 6, 2020

In current news, former Vice President Joe Biden has the state of South Carolina and it is big news everywhere! With this victory, we take a look at the idea that black voters, older voters and moderates charge and favor Joe Bid...

The benefits of having a planned schedule

Tyler Moseberry, Courier Staff

March 6, 2020

Life has a way of sneaking up on you or throwing you for a turn if you don’t prepare properly. Having a schedule can help you significantly when it comes to planning out your week because it is inevitable that you will get...

It is now Biden vs. Bernie

Samuel Ogali, Courier Staff

March 6, 2020

After a decisive victory in South Carolina, former Vice President Joe Biden got the rejuvenation and momentum his campaign very much needed going into Super Tuesday. Before South Carolina, Biden had placed in fourth and fifth ...

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day

Tyler Moseberry, Courier Staff

March 4, 2020

Let's be honest, most of us despise mornings. The act of waking up and feeling groggy from the late nights, the feeling of soreness from that workout yesterday or just disturbing the comfort you have in your bed in general. ...

Use spring break to your advantage

Jiana Barrera, Courier Staff

March 4, 2020

Being a college student is extremely stressful and can be difficult to balance between a person’s social life and grades. Spring break as a college student is about a one-week vacation and most students either spend time ba...

Why dogs are the best companions

Tea Wheat, Entertainment Writer

March 4, 2020

As someone who has been an animal lover my whole life, animals have always been a part of my life. At the ripe young age of three years old, I started nagging my parents for a pet. I normally tried to convince them to get me a d...

Finish out midterms strong, it is almost spring break!

Anesha Wheaton, Courier Staff

March 2, 2020

Spring break is just around the corner and many are excited to get out of dodge. But the joy of spring break comes with the downfall of midterms, which are happening this week for many of us. Before your dream of relaxing on t...

Bringing in Women’s History Month: A look at Women’s Impact on Health!

Alex Ourth, Courier Staff

March 2, 2020

With March being recognized as Women’s History Month, I decided I would use my health-focused writing to highlight some of the amazing contributions that women have made to the field of public health and healthcare. Unsurprisingl...

Joe Biden dominates in South Carolina

Samuel Ogali, Courier Staff

March 2, 2020

In his third time running for the presidency of the United States, former Vice President Joe Biden officially won his first contest last Saturday by having a commanding lead in South Carolina. Biden decisively overcame Bernie Sander...

The options you have before you consider driving under the influence

Jiana Barrera, Courier Staff

February 28, 2020

Every day, one person every 50 minutes dies in a drunk-driving crash. This is about 30 people every day in the United States. No matter what, when you enter a vehicle, there is always a risk of getting into an accident or getting in...

VPOTUS & the Coronavirus?

Mark Tolliver, Courier Staff

February 28, 2020

In the light of our current atmosphere in the U.S., we are dealing with the spread of the coronavirus. The question of is there a cure is haunting and scaring Americans and causing many to fear. Wednesday, Feb. 26 night at a pr...

The real price of cutting the cord

Bradley Piros, Assistant Sports Editor

February 28, 2020

As of the last five years or so, the majority of people are switching to online streaming services to watch their television on the go. As of 2018, over 33 million Americans have cut their cable subscription, while an astonishin...

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