Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation (TRHT) Kalamazoo hosted a Twitter chat on Thursday, Jan. 14 among other virtual events ahead of the…
As the COVID-19 Pandemic rages on, it continues to decimate the lives of millions of Americans. Many have lost their loved ones and suffer from adverse health effects, both physically and mentally.
Holiday decorations are a way for people to share in happiness and celebrate the season; WMU has done just that with this year’s decorations.
It’s been around a month since election day 2020 and half of Republicans believe that President Trump’s loss was due to voter fraud, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll. With the election process still underway, the WMU GOP, also known as the College Republicans at WMU, have many views…
The Sunrise Movement conducted a “vote-tripling” event on election day at various polling locations across the state. The goal was to convince voters to text three of their friends as they exit the polls.
As ballots are counted around the country to determine the winner of this year's election, many people grow stressed as they wait to see the final results. Here are some ways to cope while waiting to hear the final counts.
If you arrived at Western Michigan University’s Bernhard Center on Nov. 3, you wouldn’t see the usual sporadic visitors and dispersed students seated in the lounges. The first floor was packed with people waiting to cast their ballot for their candidates of choice in the 2020 election.
COVID-19 has negatively impacted many registered student organizations, or RSOs, this semester. One of the clubs affected by this virus is the Formula Society of Automotive Engineers, or SAE, team here at Western Michigan University.
With increased use of campus WiFi due to the online curriculum, WMU wasn’t prepared for connectivity issues to become consistent in certain buildings such as the Valleys.