DRIVEN TO WINN
When Micah Winn sits down to study, his demeanor is every bit as intense as when he steps onto the basketball court. Brow furrowed and eyes alight with determination, it would be hard to tell the difference between a picture of him guarding an opponent and one of him writing an essay. Without this determination, Winn said his life could have turned out much differently.
SOFTBALL SLUGGERS HIT THE FIELD ONCE MORE
Normally when a student-athlete joins a collegiate sports program and starts immediately making waves, the expectation is that they’re going to be part of the program until they’re no longer eligible. Not so for Western softball pitcher and infielder Makinlee Sellevold.
ESPORTS ROCKET ACROSS CAMPUS
Since the National Association of Collegiate eSports launched in 2016, more than 300 colleges and universities across the U.S. have launched eSports programs. Collegiate leagues for competitive gamers are quickly growing in popularity, and Western’s Rocket League Club members hope to get eSports and their team recognized across campus.
INSPIRING MOTHER-DAUGHTER DUO BEHIND BROWN GIRL ALCHEMY HELPING BLACK WOMEN HEAL, RECLAIM SPIRITUALITY
Hey, Black Mom!
Jeannell Anthony and Amber Finney are providing intergenerational healing, specifically mother-daughter healing, through their platform Black Girl Alchemy where they hope to motivate, activate, revolutionize, inspire, uplift, and heal.