A majority of crime rates were at a three year low in 2020 at Western Michigan University main campus according to the Annual Security and Fir…
Western Michigan University announced the second round of scholarship recipients for the COVID-19 Vaccination Incentive Program on Monday, Sept. 6.
Western Michigan University students, alumni and Kalamazoo residents came together on Wednesday, Sept. 29 to protest the eviction of the Ampersee encampment.
The new Western Michigan University visual identity was designed by staff members employed at WMU, largely within the Office of Marketing and Strategic Communication (OMSC).
Since March 2020 and throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, bike shops everywhere have completely sold out as the demand for bikes surged, this has affected Western Michigan University’s bike programs as well.
Updated Western Michigan University COVID-19 vaccine records show 72.33% of campus is fully vaccinated with 70.05% students and 84.89% faculty and staff, per an email from WMU President Edward Montgomery.
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion hosts an annual Multicultural Meet And Greet to introduce students to the variety of registered student organizations (RSOs) Western Michigan University has to offer, all while promoting diversity and inclusion.
The Western Michigan University Board of Trustees voted to approve the renaming of the University College to the Merze Tate College at their Friday, Sept. 17. meeting. The new name is in honor of the first black student to graduate from Western State Teachers College, Merze Tate, in 1927.
Students and Kalamazoo residents scaled the steps of Waldo Stadium on Sept. 11, the 20 year anniversary after the 2001 attacks of Sept. 11.
Western Michigan University community members gathered outside Sangren Hall Wednesday Sept. 22 to rally for increased pandemic precautions.