On this edition of WestSouthwest, Western Michigan President John Dunn speaks with WMUK's Andy Robins and Yvonne Zipp of the Kalamazoo Gazette about the national focus on campus sexual assaults as well as the crackdown on for-profit college and future plans for property in downtown Kalamazoo owned by WMU.
And, WMUK's EArlene McMichael speaks with Dr. Sampson Davis, one of the "Three Doctors," a team of New York Times bestselling authors. They're coming to speak in Kalamazoo at 7 p.m., July 30, in Chenery Auditorium. The event is organiZed by Derek Jeter's Turn 2 Foundation and its student group Jeter's leaders in cooperation with PNC Bank and the Kalamazoo Community Foundation. Davis talks about growing up African-American in a low-income neighborhood in Newark, New Jersey, and making a pact with his two friends that all three would stay in school and become successful doctors.