The City of Kalamazoo is urging residents to follow public health guidelines this Halloween due to COVID-19.
WMU is raising awareness of the importance of emotional health by observing Mental Health Week, according to an email sent to the community from WMU COVID-19 Information.
The Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety responded to the 4200 block of Hidden Hills Drive after a report of multiple shots fired, Saturday, Oct. 17 at approximately 3:30 a.m.
Articles of Impeachment papers were filed against WSA president Taylor West, accusing her of not following proper procedures when filing cabinet positions.
A Women’s March rally is being held in Bronson Park Saturday, Oct. 17 to honor U-S Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died last month. This rally is to also protest against President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court justice nominee, Amy Coney Barrett.
The Western Michigan University Board of Trustees unanimously approved for no increase in tuition for the 2020-2021 fiscal year in its meeting Thursday, Sept. 17. This decision is made despite a projected shortfall budget of $76 million.
Western Michigan University’s School of Music and Department of Dance have elected to take some lessons outdoors this fall semester in response to COVID-19 regulations.
Metro bus service has modified its services in the Kalamazoo area due to COVID-19, resulting in fewer stops to the Parkview Campus. Western Michigan University’s Office of Marketing and Strategic Communications sent an email to the WMU community about the changes.
In the midst of a pandemic, what it looks like to be a student at WMU has greatly changed in the last year. With the Safe Return Plan now being in full effect for about three weeks, students have mixed reviews as to how the policies are being enforced.
WMU COVID-19 Information sent an email to the WMU community Oct. 7, reminding students to remain vigilant following COVID-19 safety guidelines.
With already a month into the semester, it’s not hard to imagine good internet access when most, if not all students are taking online classes due to the restrictions of COVID-19. Unfortunately, many students in older buildings such as the Valleys talk of consistent issues with connectivity …
WMU’s policy on masks and other items in the Safe Return Plan will remain in effect, according to an email from WMU COVID-19 Information Monday, Oct. 5. This comes after the Michigan Supreme Court ruling on Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s emergency powers, Friday, Oct. 4.