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The Western Student Association announced the winners of the 2021 Presidential Election to be Alexis Morris and Eric Effinger, due to a ruling by the Judicial Committee that disqualified candidates Jacobi Wright and Djessy Mutombo April 15.

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Western Michigan University’s College of Arts and Sciences hosted their final webinar Wednesday April 14 exploring the effects of COVID-19, focusing on changes to accreditation and higher education. The webinar was streamed live on YouTube, featuring preliminary results from an ongoing study.

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Broncos Kitchen is a service that provides free meals to college students of the Kalamazoo area. Pastor William Stein and his mother began the operation to feed hungry college students and turned it into what it has become today. 

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Western Michigan University’s Haenicke Institute for Global Education hosted its annual International Festival this week exploring food, fashion, fun and more. Hosted virtually on YouTube this year, the festival offered publicity to Registered Student Organizations and an opportunity to win …

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In the peak of the pandemic, Maria Paul Ochoa, a reporter for Telemundo news, interviewed a boy who had to take care of his siblings after losing his mother. After airing, $100,000 was raised for the boy. Per Ochoa, the difference made is the most fulfilling part of her career.

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Western Michigan University’s Campus Activity Board hosted a student activism panel over Zoom to discuss how students can engage in and promote causes they are passionate about on March 18. The five-person panel answered students’ questions and gave advice for current and future activists.

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Recently, Western Michigan University’s home city of Kalamazoo was named the coolest city in the United States with the lowest cost of living by PureWow, a lifestyle content publication.

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Western Student Association presidential ticket Jacobi Wright and Djessy Mutombo sat down with Editor-in-Chief Aya Miller to discuss their campaign. The pair addressed WMU's identity, connecting the different colleges within WMU, WSAs alleged toxic work environment and diversity on campus.