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Pre-Kindergarten education
12:40 pm
Mon February 18, 2013

Kalamazoo economist weighs in after NPR segement on benefit of pre-kindergarten education

File photo
Credit The Associated Press

The issue of high-quality pre-school education has been getting much attention at the state and national level in the last few weeks. It was also the subject of an NPR segment on Monday.

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Kenyan Elections
8:40 am
Mon February 18, 2013

Paw Paw couple prepares for vote in Kenya next month

Voter education session
Credit Peacemaking in Africa Blog

A couple from Paw Paw is preparing for elections in Kenya next month. 

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SW Michigan
2:53 pm
Fri February 15, 2013

K College president tapped for national post

Kalamazoo College President Eileen B. Wilson-Oyelaren
Credit NAICU-Kalamazoo College

The president of Kalamazoo College is getting some national attention. Eileen Wilson-Oyelaren has been named chairwoman of the board at the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities.

She took the position at the group’s annual meeting in Washington last week. The association represents the interests of private non-profit colleges and universities.

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Health Care challenges
8:27 am
Fri February 15, 2013

Bridge Magazine looks at health care in Michigan

Borgess Hospital - file photo

Bridge Magazine has a look at several health care related issues. That includes the loss of employer-sponsored coverage for over one-million state residents in the span of a decade. Bridge Correspondent Rick Haglund spoke with WMUK's Gordon Evans about what the loss of job-related coverage means in the state. 

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WMUK News
2:42 pm
Thu February 14, 2013

Paw Paw native helps search for Amelia Earhart

Patricia Webb at dockside
Credit Patricia Webb

Amelia Earhart’s disappearance near the end of what she hoped would be a flight around the world in 1937 created an enduring mystery. But a 1978 graduate of Kalamazoo College is part of an organization that may have found the aviator’s final resting place.

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