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WMU Men's Basketball
7:30 am
Thu March 13, 2014

WMU Men's Basketball Plays in Semi-Finals of MAC Tournament Friday

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Interview with David Drew

Update: Western Michigan won the MAC tournament and will play Syracuse in the first round of the NCAA tournament

The Broncos are the top seed in the tournament so they have a bye until the semi-finals. 

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WMUK News
3:00 pm
Wed March 12, 2014

WMU Launches Transportation Research Center

Transportation Research Center director Jun-Seok Oh speaks at the organization's inaugural meeting.
Credit Sehvilla Mann / WMUK

Officials at Western Michigan University say the work of an institute for studying transportation will be to improve people’s quality of life by giving them more options for how to get around.

The new Transportation Research Center for Livable Communities or TRCLC is one of 33 centers around the country created with grant money from the US Department of Transportation. The TRCLC will have about a $3 million budget to work with annually.

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Peter Sagal
8:05 am
Wed March 12, 2014

WSW: Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me Host Peter Sagal

Peter Sagal at Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me Recording in Elkhart, Indiana
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WestSouthwest with Peter Sagal

Peter Sagal says whatever he's doing, he wishes he was doing something else.

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Music and Politics
7:36 am
Wed March 12, 2014

Professor Discusses "Hate Music" and Politics at WMU

A swastika drawn on the sign outside of a Georgia Congressman's office in 2009 - file photo
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Interview with Nancy Love-web version

Nancy Love is a Professor of Government and Justice Studies at Appalachian State University. Her current research centers on music and politics of the radical right. 

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WMUK News
9:05 pm
Tue March 11, 2014

Portage Council Sets Meeting on Appointment of Acting City Manager

Deputy City Manager Brian Bowling at the March 11 Portage City Council Meeting.
Credit Sehvilla Mann / WMUK

The Portage City Council will hold a special meeting next week to consider the appointment of an acting city manager. Current Portage manager Maurice Evans will retire on April first, and by law the city must appoint a successor within 30 days.

Mayor Pete Strazdas has recommended the appointment of current deputy city manager Brian Bowling. Several council members said they need more time to consider the proposal.

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