Student Reporter Chris Lovingood was one of seven WIU Department of Broadcasting students to bring home an award from the recent National Broadcasting Society's National Undergraduate Student Electronic Media Competition.
The gender gap is not unique to corporate salaries or leadership in politics. It’s also very alive in today’s art community.
Western Illinois University’s College of Business and Technology received a $50,000 grant from State Farm Insurance Thursday to build a new high-tech computer laboratory.
Survivors of sexual assault frequently confide in family and friends. New research is underway to examine how that impacts their recovery.
An ongoing review of Reserve Officers’ Training Corps by the U.S. Department of Defense is not worrying Western Illinois University.
State Senator Bill Brady (R-Bloomington) said it’s long past time for the state to release the construction money for a Performing Arts Center at Western Illinois University.
Western Illinois University plans to reduce its spending by $2 million in the fiscal year that begins July 1, even though it does not yet know how much money it will receive from the state.
An exhibit in Macomb is designed to show how – time after time throughout the past century – Arabs and Muslims have been portrayed in a negative light in American popular culture.
Another forum on the Western Illinois University budget will be held this month on the Macomb campus.
Drivers coming from the north on Route 67 will clearly know when they’re entering Macomb and Western Illinois University.