The 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, 1918, marked the end of World War I. Armistice Day was created with the hope that one day there would be no more war. Our country has since fought in numerous conflicts and now we call it Veterans Day.
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Its that time of year again, and we aren’t talking holidays. We’re talking registration and the stress of getting into classes. Will you make it into the class you need that’s only offered once a year? Are you going to be pushing graduation back?
By Joshua DeJong and Zoe Deal
By Joshua DeJong
“Building up to that announcement, everyone was saying how that was going to be ending DACA, meaning not accepting first-time applications or applications that haven’t been approved yet. And so I was really scared that that was going to happen [to me].”
Anti-Semitic speech on Western’s campus has prompted three student-led meetings fighting against the rising number of incidents.
Mathes Hall residents were evacuated from their dorm rooms after fire alarms were set off when a valve failure caused water to flood down the street near the bike storage, Western’s director of Communications Paul Cocke said.