Gordon Evans

News Reporter/Producer

WMUK's Gordon Evans is an accomplished reporter and interviewer. A 1990 graduate of Michigan State, he came to WMUK from WAAM in Ann Arbor.

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On WestSouthwest, Kalamazoo State Representative Jon Hoadley says the Legislature should be using its investigations to hold Michigan State University accountable. And the director of a documentary on suicide discusses her film being shown by Western Michigan University in February. 

Carlos Osorio / The Associated Press

State Representative Jon Hoadley says survivors should be at center of the investigations of Michigan State University. The Kalamazoo Democrat says the goal should be to figure out the systemic failure that led to sexual abuse. 

"Michigan State University will name former Michigan Gov. John Engler to be interim president, multiple sources with knowledge of discussions told the Free Press." (Detroit Free Press)


On WestSouthwest, how does someone come to the attention of Immigration and Customers Enforcement agents? And a Kalamazoo woman who came out as a lesbian in the 1980's talks with her mom, about how it changed both their lives. 

Kalamazoo residents Erum and Seema Shah rallying for immigrant and Muslim rights at Bronson Park - file photo
Rebecca Thiele, WMUK

The Managing Attorney for the Kalamazoo-based Michigan Immigrant Rights Center says there are many ways to come to the attention of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Susan Reed says that includes applying for citizenship or a green card.