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All hail “King” Trump

Juan Casas, Courier Staff

March 18, 2019

For the first time in the history of the United States of America, a president has had his emergency declaration challenged, and now faces a mutiny amongst his own party. Twelve Republican Senators, along with the entirety of t...

There wasn’t much of a spring break this year

Tyler Moseberry, Courier Staff

March 18, 2019

Now that spring break is over, we can rejoice that we are back to continue our education at Western. The only problem is that it did not really feel like a break. There are a multitude of reasons why. So, spring break is a week. Let’s...

Parents, let your kids earn college degrees

Jason Adams, Courier Staff

March 18, 2019

One of the major headlines that has been rocking the nation this past week is the college admission scandal that has arrested over dozens of CEOs, actresses and other wealthy parents of college age students. These parents repor...

Paycheck to Paycheck; Drive-Thru to Drive-Thru

Rachel Greene, Opinions Writer

March 8, 2019

It seems as if everyday there is a new, trendy fad diet being promoted by celebrities, social media influencers and even the random generated ads on the Internet. You cannot look at your phone, a magazine or your Instagram fee...

Sanders in the running for next election

Samuel Ogali, Courier Staff

March 8, 2019

On Tuesday, February 19th, Vermont U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders announced that he was running for president of the United States in 2020. Within 24 hours of announcing, Sanders raised more than $6 million from more than 225,000 smal...

Why Women’s Month is so important

Mark Tolliver, Courier Staff

March 8, 2019

The month of March is a very important month because it is Women’s History Month. March is known as the month where we acknowledge, honor and lift up all important and well-known women figures in society. It’s a time where ...

The Power of Alumni

Tyler Moseberry, Courier Staff

March 6, 2019

College is meant to increase a student’s knowledge of a certain discipline, but also to learn about themselves. As time goes on, students can feel stressed and get overloaded with the increasing responsibility of life. This...

Baby boomers are leaving the workforce

Juan Casas, Courier Staff

March 6, 2019

For decades, employers and government agencies have dreaded the inevitability of the challenges that they will face, along with the social security safety net, when millions of well-trained, experienced and educated employees fin...

New relationships are worth a shot

Tyler Moseberry, Courier Staff

March 6, 2019

Relationships are a beautiful thing, right? When you can say that one person, regardless of your mood or circumstance, has your back then they are a keeper. Now, one may think that is what family and friends are for. While th...

MOMO is an issue and parents need to know

Jason Adams, Courier Staff

March 4, 2019

Recently, a story was posted all over social media and on the news about the discovery of the Momo videos on You- Tube. For those who haven’t heard about this story, a woman reported that her daughter told her that a charac...

If you abuse them, you will lose them

Peyton Finnegan, Courier Staff

March 4, 2019

According to the ASPCA website, an animal is abused every 60 seconds. Numerous animals are being neglected and tortured every day, resulting in few and minor consequences for the perpetrators. Animal abuse is prevalent in th...

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