Boy met girl. Girl fell for boy. Boy turned out to be girl's half sibling. It was a classic story of forbidden love, or was it? Sam Shepard's "Fool for Love" was performed in the Black Box Theatre, with a cast of only four students. The intimate setting that the theatre provided lined up perfectly with the deep, twisted storyline that made the play so famous on a larger scale. >>Read More
For the fourth year in a row, the Big Event involved Western students with community service. Hundreds of students met in Nelle Blum Student Union to sign up and receive their free sweatshirts before the buses loaded to go to the community service sites. Many students returned to the Big Event after helping out in previous years, but there were many new faces as well. Most of those new faces included freshmen. >>Read More
His goal, his legacy, was to create what he and his associates referred to as “the new American regional university.” Under his leadership, Western took shape, grew and moved into the future.
James Scanlon had been serving as the president of Western for over six years when he announced his retirement plans to the Board of Governors. >>Read More