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Western Michigan University students and Kalamazoo community members gathered on Howard St. outside of Y-Bar & Bistro Monday, April 19 in protest after a TikTok posted last week made allegations of drink tampering.
“F— Y-Bar,” some passerby yelled from their vehicles as they drove down Howard St. Western Michigan University students and Kalamazoo community members gathered on the street near Y-Bar Kalamazoo to protest the establishment following allegations of drink tampering.
During an emergency Western Student Association Senate meeting held on April 14, WSA presidential slate Jacobi Wright and Djessy Mutombo expressed their concerns of unfair treatment by the Election Promotions Committee.
Western Michigan University is encouraging students to be vigilant while celebrating the end of the 2020-2021 academic year, per an email from WMU Student Affairs.
Protesters chanted, “Black lives matter,” as they walked from the Kalamazoo Courthouse down to the Kalamazoo Mall. Drums were played to the words as cars drove by honking on their horns in support. Handheld signs read, ‘Say their names,’ and ‘Believe Black voices.’
Western Michigan University’s Sindecuse Health Center opened eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccine to dependents of students, faculty, staff and retirees.
The Western Michigan University Board of Trustees met virtually and addressed scheduled action items from community members, students, and alumni on March 18.
Kalamazoo Public Safety is investigating allegations of drink tampering at a popular Kalamazoo bar, according to chief Vernon Coakley.
Western Michigan University’s Sindecuse Health Center distributed the Pfizer vaccine to the WMU community Wednesday, April 14 at the Student Recreation Center. Sindecuse nurses and volunteers jumped into action when they received the Pfizer vaccine, said Joe VanDerBos, patient experience manager.
The Kalamazoo Metro SWAT Team conducted scenario training at Miller Auditorium Wednesday, April 14. These trainings test the SWAT officers on their skills for possible real-life scenarios, said Robert Holdwick, Kalamazoo Public Safety lieutenant.