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The Story That Led To This One

By Erasmus Baxter and Asia Fields In spring 2017, The Western Front reported that Connor Patrick Griesemer was readmitted to Western after being convicted of,...

School’s out for summer… kind of

With spring quarter coming to an end, many students eagerly await backpacking trips across Europe or exciting internships. However, a select few are sacrificing...

Netflix Night: “Across the Universe”

“Across the Universe” is a romantic drama/musical inspired by the Beatles’ music. The movie includes 34 covers of songs that build the plot of...

Playlist of the Week: Mellowdies

With classes, midterms and looming finals approaching as the year draws to a close, we all need to find some solace in this stressful...

Neat street wear

Receiving a cease and desist letter from Walt Disney Co. and having his designs stolen have not stopped freshman marketing major Dylan Pierce from...

Cheap & Easy Recipes: Mexican Quinoa

As a long-time vegetarian, I’m always on the hunt for new protein-packed meals to satiate my ever-ravenous appetite. When I became a vegetarian at...

Livin’ on the edge

While in the Himalayas, geoscientist and Western professor John All was researching climate change. He took one wrong step and plunged 70 feet into a...

Helping the environment can start with just sewing your socks

Do you want to learn to combat consumerism and promote a more sustainable society? “Learn how to frickin’ sew your goddamn socks,” Eriel Deranger...

Health & Wellness: Thoughts on Mindfulness Meditation

I’ve never really been the one to meditate. I’m a very ‘go, go, go’ type of person. Sometimes it seems I barely take a...

Cougars take down women’s soccer

The Western women’s soccer team was shutout by Washington State University during their spring exhibition game, marking their first loss since August 2016. The 2016...
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