A GPS app for Western’s late night shuttle service is in the works, Kay McMurren, Student Transportation Program support supervisor, said. It is set to be released Jan. 7.
By Jimmy Goulding
An emergency change was made to three chapters in the Washington Administrative Code on Oct. 13, affecting the use of university facilities, demonstrations, firearms and dangerous weapons.
Immersing oneself in a fabricated world that feels real is no longer just an idea of the future. Virtual reality seminars have begun at the Student Technology Center and a virtual reality game design course within the computer science department is on the horizon.
By Melissa McCarthy
Studies find students at greater risk of being sexually assaulted in first months of the school yearBy The Front , Rachael Buselmeier and Ray Garcia | October 24
By Rachael Buselmeier and Ray Garcia
By Joshua DeJong and Zoe Deal
“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].”