Western Courier

Introducing the new 5G network

Tyler Moseberry, Courier Staff

September 25, 2019

When you power on your device, the first thing you expect it to do is turn on. When you open your browser and search for something, you also assume it will work. This means that your connection needs to work well enough to sen...

The (somewhat) Impossible Whopper

Alex Ourth, Courier Staff

September 23, 2019

Upon entering the Union last week, I quickly realized that any chance of satisfying my desire for Chick-fil-A was long lost. Being close to dinner, the line for Chick-fil-A was far too long for my impatient brain to handle. Gl...

Getting through college with a disease

Donnetta Shanklin, Courier Staff

September 20, 2019

Living with a disease while in college can be very hard. But the thing to know about them is that they are not all the same. Everyone experiences things differently and that’s okay. Some people are scared to get help when the...

Look deeper into #MeToo

Anesha Wheaton, Courier Staff

September 20, 2019

Countless celebrities have had their names dragged through the mud since the start of the Me Too movement and the Time’s Up movement. Some of the accusations that came to light were truly shocking in the beginning, the most noti...

Let’s get more fans in the stands

Andre Whitley, Courier Staff

September 20, 2019

Nothing boosts a college athletics team’s spirits like bleachers full of cheering fans, but sometimes filling those seats can be hard. As a college athlete at Western, here are a few ways that I think could increase the attendanc...

It’s time for China to realize its influence

Samuel Ogali, Courier Staff

September 18, 2019

When President Donald Trump ran for office in the 2016 election, one of his many criticisms was the relationship between the United States and China. Trump would constantly criticize the way China manipulated its currency, was...

Make mental health your first priority

Andre Whitley, Courier Staff

September 18, 2019

The concept of mental health needs to be taken more seriously. There have been multiple occasions where friends of mine and I’m sure friends of yours have dropped out of school or quit something due to issues with their mental ...

Dress to impress

Tyler Moseberry, Courier Staff

September 18, 2019

Regardless of what your major is or the career you go into, at some point you are going to need a job, which is why practicing how to make a resume can be essential to getting a job. However, a resume can only get you into the ...

A wolf in sheep’s clothing is hard to spot

Anesha Wheaton, Courier Staff

September 16, 2019

Wolves are obviously the bad guy in children’s stories. Stay away from the big bad wolf that will eat you, the grandmother says, and the stupid kids go out exploring the danger because they have no sense of what will harm the...

The dangers of using Facebook are increasing

Allison Young, Opinions Editor

September 16, 2019

I’m sure that most people my age do not use Facebook as much as they used to, but it is still one of the most used social media platforms in the world. I think that the reason that Facebook is used so often is because it is...

Vaping needs to stop

Samuel Ogali, Courier Staff

September 16, 2019

People really need to stop vaping. In the first article I wrote about e-cigarettes, I suggested that specifically young people should reconsider their constant use of e-cigarettes/ vaping products. But after reports claiming at l...

Instrumental vs. vocal music

Tyler Moseberry, Courier Staff

September 13, 2019

Music is interesting because it can relate to you on a mental and physical level. Music fills a room, sets the mood or tone and can make someone famous. I believe that the instruments are far more important than vocals. Inst...

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