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Theatre & Religion
7:05 pm
Thu July 25, 2013

Mime to minister at Gospel in the Park

Mime and Kalamazoo Valley Community College student Cer Bolten
Credit Vickie Wooden

Every year, Kalamazoo hosts Gospel in the Park as part of the Black Arts Festival. On Sunday, Bronson Park will be filled with gospel choirs, dancers, guest ministers, and a mime. That’s right—a mime. Progressive churches are using something called Mime Ministry, where silent gesturers act out the words in a gospel song.

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Governor Rick Snyder
3:38 pm
Thu July 25, 2013

Snyder says Detroit should be "model" for municipal bankruptcy

Governor Rick Snyder interviewed Thursday at WMUK
Credit Mike Lanka / WMU University Relations

Interview with Rick Snyder

    

Governor Rick Snyder spoke with WMUK, MLive Kalamazoo and the Battle Creek Enquirer during a visit to Kalamazoo on Thursday. 

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WMUK News
1:41 pm
Wed July 24, 2013

Hitting the road to improve rural health

The mobile Professional Hearing Services clinic stops in Niles
Credit Maggie Kane / WMUK

It’s not easy for rural Michigan residents to access specialized health services. Clinics are often located in bigger cities, which can be a miles away, or even in a neighboring state. However, a mobile hearing aid clinic in southwest Michigan is experimenting with a way to solve the problem.

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World Transplant Games
8:58 am
Wed July 24, 2013

WestSouthwest: Retired WMU professor competing in World Transplant Games

David Rozelle (center) at the World Transplant Games in Sweden in 2011
Credit Courtesy of David Rozelle

Interview with David Rozelle

    

Retired WMU Professor of Accountancy David Rozelle is "one of the lucky ones" thanks to a heart transplant. 

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Military Voices
8:56 am
Wed July 24, 2013

WestSouthwest: StoryCorps Founder David Isay

Colonel David Sutherland, WMUK General Manager Gordon Bolar and his wife Elly Bolar at the launch of Military Voices Initiative in December
Credit StoryCorps

Interview with David Isay

    

Award winning public radio producer David Isay launched StoryCorps in 2003. The oral history project has since collected nearly 50,000 interviews. 

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