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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…

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Joseph Bowser II, 22, was found dead in Battle Creek, Michigan on Saturday. Bowser died from a single gunshot to the head, according to results of an autopsy Sunday at the Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine in Kalamazoo.

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Chanting and cheering echoed at the flagpoles on the Western Michigan University’s campus on Saturday, March 24, as protesters held up their signs, calling out for gun reform. People gathered together to mourn those that had been lost, listen to those who came out to speak and make a promise…

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For the seventh year in a row, Western Michigan University’s Business Connection office is helping small businesses in West Michigan by granting them financial awards to hire WMU science, technology, engineering and mathematics students as interns for the summer of 2018.

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The trail of the man accused of killing six and injuring two during a shooting spree on Feb. 20, 2016 has been temporarily stalled.Jason Dalton, the Uber driver being tried for the shooting, had his trial scheduled in Kalamazoo’s Ninth Circuit Court on June 13, 2017. On May 8, Dalton’s defen…

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For National Human Trafficking Awareness Month, the Western Herald spoke with Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety Officer Ryan Shank, who often works on cases involving human trafficking in Kalamazoo. Officer Shank identified a few key reminders to remember when evaluating situations, and …

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Voices of Kalamazoo’s youth recited their original poetry to an audience of approximately 40 people in commemoration to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Jan. 11 in Western Michigan University’s Trimpe Multicultural Building.