Western and its diversity problem, as told by a professor who's been here since 1997
God, I wish this was a joke. Even if it isn’t a joke, it has a pretty good punchline. Here’s the set-up: a guy walks onto a liberal campus in a Make America Great Again hat. Sounds funny, right? Sounds like a joke you’d hear at open-mic night your freshman year, sitting with a bunch of people you only vaguely know in the Underground Coffeehouse.
By Bianca Lancia
Hey Western! We know you all have some good one-liners. Why not get them published? Submit your caption to the unlabeled cartoon below and you could be featured as the winner in this week's issue of The Western Front.
Over the long weekend, Western's ranks thinned out as many college students traveled home for the holidays, leaving behind a small portion of students who either chose not to or couldn’t make the trip.
Now that midterm voting has come to an end, policies, social issues and basic human rights are up for debate once again. One of which is the right to abortion.
Submitted by Kai Bjarke, Huxley College student. A response to Western's handling of disciplinary actions against Huxley professor Paul Stangl.
Cartoons by Cole Sandhofer
Then sophomore Amy McDowell leads students during a divestment rally in Red Square on Wednesday, April 20, 2016. Mcdowell, who was majoring in urban development and planning, chanted through the march "Divest now Western." // Photo by Alex Powell