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Higher Education Spending
3:04 pm
Tue May 6, 2014

WSW: Michigan Trails Other States in Higher Education Spending

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WestSouthwest with Karen Holcomb-Merrill

A new report finds spending on higher education in most states hasn't caught up to pre-recession levels. 

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Exhibits
10:13 pm
Mon May 5, 2014

Autographs You Won't Want To Miss: See the Exhibit at K-College

Curator Paul Smithson at the A.M. Todd Rare Book Room
Credit Zinta Aistars

Go on a short audio tour of the exhibit with curator Paul Smithson

Every term, Kalamazoo College digs up an exhibit for display at the A.M. Todd Rare Book Room. It’s located on the third floor of the Upjohn Library Commons building at the corner of Thompson and Academy streets.

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Theatre
5:44 pm
Mon May 5, 2014

New Queer Theatre Vows Entertainment First, Social Justice Second

The cast of 'I Ain't Afraid of No Xenu'
Credit Laura Henderson

This past weekend, Queer Theatre Kalamazoo premiered their first show. A ten minute long Star Wars parody followed by the play I Ain’t Afraid of No Xenu.

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Sustainable Food
1:07 pm
Mon May 5, 2014

WSW: Food's Impact on Health, Environment and the Economy

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WestSouthwest with Arlin Wasserman

Food sustainability expert Arlin Wasserman says it's a good time to work in the food industry. 

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Arts & More
9:00 am
Sat May 3, 2014

Novelist Elizabeth Strout Finds Truth In Fiction

Pulitzer-prize winning author Elizabeth Strout will be in Dowagiac May 9 as part of the Dogwood Fine Arts Festival.
Credit Leonardo Cendamo

Novelist Elizabeth Strout may have lived in New York for over two decades, but her roots remain firmly entrenched in her home state of Maine, where her four novels have all been based. Her latest work, The Burgess Boysfocuses on a fractured family being forced to pull together after one of its members breaks the law, and how sibling dynamics can put relatives in their place long after they've moved out.

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