WMU student, Hanna Korn, has a seasonal solution to maintaining her sanity during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic— gardening.
Temperatures have reached 70 degrees, just in time for Memorial Day celebrations. With COVID-19 social distancing, this is guaranteed to be a holiday like no other.
While many of us may be anxiously anticipating the end of Governor Whitmer’s ‘Stay at Home order,’ the future is still uncertain for those living at high risk for contracting COVID-19.
As parts of Michigan begin to adjust to fewer restrictions, local businesses are continuing to provide services to their customers.
Classes may be canceled but the Black Student Union is still active. At 8:08 pm on May 8 members of the RSO tuned in to watch ‘Becoming’ on Netflix’s watch party feature.
In October 2017, I took a two-week hiatus from school for a psychiatric outpatient program; a mental health program meant to stabilize and provide support to patients in crisis.
As of late, we’ve all become very familiar with the virtual meeting app Zoom. As college students and the world use Zoom to attend virtual classes and meetings, or to just talk with friends, it’s fun to spice up your look.
At the end of a typical semester at WMU, graduating multicultural students gather in the Bernhard Center ballroom for the Celebration of Excellence, hosted by the Office of Diversity & Inclusion.
The 2020 Kalamazoo Pride has been canceled in an announcement from OutFront Kalamazoo due to COVID-19. The annual event was originally scheduled for June 5 and 6 at Arcadia Creek Festival Place.