WMUK 102.1 FM, Western Michigan University’s public radio station is partnering with WeVote, and WMU’s Institute of Government and Politics to…
The Office of Diversity and Inclusion at WMU recruited an all-star panel of members and advocates of the LGBTQ+ community in Michigan of all different ages and professions to speak about employment and career advancement. These eight panelists were tasked with sharing their experiences in th…
Waldo Library has put into place new security measures to “make the learning environment safe and comfortable for students on campus.” After 9 p.m. the library will open to WMU students only.
Western Michigan University students received an advisory alert at 12:24 a.m. Monday morning warning students near the 1500 block of Lafayette Ave. to "exercise caution if you are in the area."
Candidates running for Kalamazoo City Commission got their chance to share their visions for the city at a town hall forum Tuesday night.
Employers will be discussing the process of finding safe employment as an LGBT+ person at a panel discussion this Thursday in the Multicultural Center in the Trimpe Building at 6:30 p.m.
A state-funded transportation project centered around autonomous vehicles has come to WMU. Throughout late September and October, research testing the feasibility and design of driverless shuttles will be conducted on campus.
Ahead of the upcoming mayoral and city commission election, WeVote tabled across campus on Sept. 26 in celebration of National Voter Registration Day.
Western Michigan University held a Transportation Master Plan (TMP) open house on Wednesday, Sept. 25 to discuss students’ needs in regards to parking and other forms of transportation on campus.
Kalamazoo citizens have been on alert over the past few weeks due to reports of a death in the area from the virus Eastern equine encephalitis virus. EEE is a mosquito-borne virus that has 8 documented cases in Michigan so far this year, killing three people thus far, one being in Kalamazoo…
Korey Wise told students that lasting criminal justice reform is still far from a reality as he shared his story at WMU on Friday afternoon.
Korey Wise, one of the Central Park Five and an advocate for criminal justice reform, will be on campus this Friday to share his story. This marks his first public engagement since "When They See Us," the Netflix series detailing the story of the Five, won two Emmy Awards.