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Existential Angst in an Unmapped Political Landscape - Guest Opinion

A naturalized American wonders: Will perceptions of his “otherness” distort how his teaching on controversial topics is received?

The political rhetoric over the past year, attacking immigrants, non-Christians, and people of color, has not been easy to handle for this brown-skinned, accented, naturalized citizen who came to America in 1987 from Tamil Nadu, deep in southern India. 25 more words

Guest Opinion

Oregon Promise students offered incentives to attend Western Oregon

Oregon Promise students now have more choices when it comes to attending a four-year college.

Western Oregon University has created two scholarships available to students who meet the qualifications for  26 more words

Statesman Journal

Western Oregon lowers tuition hike, still faces increase

Students at Western Oregon University in Monmouth will still pay more for tuition come this fall, but it won’t be as much as anticipated.

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Statesman Journal

Students could pay the price for low enrollment

In an email sent to Western faculty and staff on April 4, President Rex Fuller laid out upcoming changes and work going into the 2017-2019 biennial budget. 32 more words

Office Of The Governor

Cesar Chavez leadership conference to draw 2,000 Latino students to Monmouth

Thousands of Latino students will attend the 27th annual Cesar Chavez leadership conference Friday in Monmouth, a daylong event that includes speakers, a college fair and financial aid seminars to help students navigate the higher education landscape. 13 more words

The Oregonian

BCSO Holiday Patrols Hope to Curb Holiday Crime

Zipping through a neighborhood near you, delivery trucks doing what they do. Leaving packages on front porches that are an easy target for thieves.

But, also riding through neighborhoods, Baldwin County Sheriff’s deputies on a special detail to crack down on holiday thefts. 189 more words


University students face food insecurity

Imagine having to decide between paying for a course textbook or your next meal.

Situations like that are becoming more common for students in higher education. 31 more words

Statesman Journal