Social Media has changed the way many people interact with the world around them which means that police departments, like Western Michigan Un…
An arrest was made for stalking in the Hall-Archer-Picard West residence hall after it was reported on Jan. 10, according to the WMU Department of Public Safety Crime log. Only 2 crimes were listed for 2018 as of Jan 11, the other being possession of Marijuana.
America imprisons more people than any other nation in the world. There are 2.3 million people currently serving their time in a variety of correctional facilities across the country.
According to the Western Michigan University Department of Public Safety Crime Log, of the six incidents reported since the end of Thanksgiving break, Nov. 26, to Nov. 28 two were larcenies.
Of the ten incidents reported in Western Michigan University's Department of Public Safety Crime Log between Nov. 7 and Nov. 15, three were larcenies and one was a report of Assault with a Dangerous Weapon/Felonious Assault in Eicher Hall.
At around 7 p.m. on Oct. 27, a student went through a fourth story window at Garneau/Harvey of Valley two after running down the hallway and accidentally crashing through the glass, according to Director of Public Safety Scott Merlo.
An Oct. 10 armed robbery in the 2600 block of W. Michigan Ave. sparked another conversation in the highly contested debate regarding the WMU Alert System. While an alert was not sent out because it was off-campus property, the Western Michigan University Public Safety Twitter account posted …
Around 3 a.m. on Oct. 13 some residents of the Campus Court at Knollwood apartments, 1701 Knollwood Ave, discovered Nazi swastikas spray painted on their sidewalk.
Each year Niche publishes annual college rankings; their lists cover everything from best athletic life to best in academics. This year, Western Michigan University was ranked the fourth best party school in Michigan—following Michigan State University, the University of Michigan, and Centra…
The night of St. Patrick’s Day, bar lines stretched out into the streets as students masquerading in shades of green prepared for a night of carefree fun and celebration.
When Deputy Chief of Police Carol Dedow was a student at Western Michigan University over 30 years ago, the drinking culture was more relaxed. Alcohol was easier to get for underage students and the Minor in Possession by Consumption law didn't exist yet.