This past weekend, the Office of Diversity and Inclusion held the most recent session in their Real Talk Diversity Series.
Halloween has come and gone, but that doesn’t mean it’s too late to get into the spooky mood. A great game to do that with is a little independent project called “Cultist Simulator.”
The WMU Theatre Department’s production of “Urinetown: The Musical” opened on Friday night, thrilling and captivating the audience, including myself, with its debut. The mixture of song, dance, acting, and comedy made for a perfect mix of action for the senses.
The WMU Office of Diversity and Inclusion held the most recent event in its Real Talk Diversity Series at the Adrian Trempe building Monday evening. Aptly titled “Appropriation Vs. Appreciation,” this event sought to heighten the WMU community’s awareness of cultural appropriation.
The Sci-Fi Society is a RSO where people interested in science fiction come together to watch sci-fi movies and TV shows. Originally known as the Time Lord Association, the name was changed to the Sci-Fi Society in 2016.
Broncos and Beholders is a Registered Student Organization at WMU that’s dedicated to providing a community united around the appreciation of the cult classic role-playing game “Dungeons and Dragons”.
Lou Holtz, the former ESPN college football analyst best known for his days as head coach of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, is coming to Miller Auditorium at 7:30 PM on Monday, Oct. 21. as the guest speaker for the Kalamazoo United in Purpose event.
CAB is throwing a Cookies, Tea, and Poetry open mic night on Thursday, October 24 in the Global Lounge of the Bernhard Center from 8 pm to 9:45pm.
According to a study by Emarketer.com, 77.5% of Gen-X and 90.4% of millenials are active social media users. Another, by PsychCentral.com, states that college students spend about 10 hours a day on their cellphones. Whether that’s Youtube, Instagram, or texting, the majority of students spen…
In honor of their time at WMU, alumni from across the state of Michigan showed up to the 2019 WMU Homecoming Stampede Village tailgate on Saturday.