To the surprise of many students, Western Michigan University held classes Tuesday, Jan. 29 despite the horizontally-blowing snow and frigid t…
The second leading cause of death among birds in the United States is bird-window collisions. Up to a billion birds are killed in the U.S. each year because of bird-window collisions. A new study conducted by the students of BIO 1620 examines the relationship between bird window collisions a…
As a construction fence is scheduled to go up on Monday around the trees scheduled for removal in the South Neighborhood construction plans, University Spokeswoman Paula Davis said Western Michigan University’s Tree Campus USA status is not at risk.
As the world around Western Michigan University continues to rapidly advance and become increasingly demanding, the University has recognized the need for creative change.
After hearing about the potential removal of a stand of trees by the Burnham Residence Halls for the South Neighborhood Housing project, some members of Western Michigan University’s Landscape Services department are hoping to prevent it by “speaking for the trees.”
Staci Perryman-Clark, Associate Dean of the Lee Honors College: Staci Perryman Clark said she was at home when she watched bits and pieces of the hearing, and that she was “appalled.”
A new study conducted by Western Michigan University in partnership with Southwest Michigan First shows that WMU had a $1.6-billion-dollar impact on the local economy during the 2016-2017 fiscal year.
During the fall 2018 semester, the Lee Honors College Lyceum Lecture Series “Food for all: Sustainable practices, community access and nutrition” will discuss how eating habits affect the environment, healthful eating practices and the influence politics have on food.
Tickets have been sold out for over a month for the 2018 TEDx Kalamazoo program. The event, which will take place on Sept. 13 at the Epic Center in Kalamazoo, will also be livestreamed for those unable to purchase tickets.
To keep students aware of safety issues and strategies to party safely, Western Michigan University Community Policing Officer Dylan Vandenberg has created a Twitter account aimed at those who are spending time off-campus.
Although this year’s Bronco Bash did not fall on its traditional date of the first Friday of the semester, thousands of students from Western Michigan University and members of the Kalamazoo community showed up in front of Sangren Hall on Tuesday to network, be entertained, and of course, ge…