Western Courier

Clinton’s emails are still an issue

Jason Adams

October 31, 2016

This past weekend, many news sources reported new information regarding the Hillary Clinton email scandal and there was talk about reopening the case. Whether or not the case is reopened and any criminal charges are pressed, ...

NDSU presents biggest challenge of season for Leathernecks

Adam Feiner

October 24, 2016

No. 12 Western Illinois (5-1, 2-1 MVFC) will face their biggest test of the 2016 season thus far Saturday night, when the five-time defending national champion and No. 4-ranked North Dakota State Bison come to Macomb. The Bis...

Should coaches be paid more than professors?

Adam Feiner

October 24, 2016

Coaches make ridiculous sums of money in today’s sports landscape. Whether it’s a high school girls’ basketball coach or a high-profile college football coach, these men and women are being justly compensated for all the w...

Should coaches be paid more than professors?

Joshua Defibaugh

October 24, 2016

This past Wednesday, tens of thousands of college students were without classes, as professors across my home state of Pennsylvania stopped teaching and took to a picket line to protest the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Educati...

Endorsements did matter

Joshua Defibaugh

October 24, 2016

This 2016 presidential election season has been unprecedented at best and disturbing at worst. It has simultaneously emulated both a beacon of political progression and a dumpster fire. For some, the idea of electing the first fem...

Western graduate has a bloody good time

Collin Cochran

October 24, 2016

  Many fans have wondered what may have happened to “The Brady Bunch” after the show went off the air in March of 1974. Western Illinois University alumna Mary-Margaret Roberts and the rest of “The Bardy Bunch: The War...

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