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WMUK radio is working on a series of stories to help our listeners better understand Islam and the culture of people who are Muslim.

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WMUK at the awards ceremony in Lansing. From left to right: Keith Hall, General Manager Stephen Williams, Assistant News Director Gordon Evans, and Engineer Martin Klemm
Keith Hall

WMUK received two Broadcast Excellence Awards from the Michigan Association of Broadcasters for 2016.

On March 1, Intelligence2 Debates will offer a program on charter schools.  Gary Miron, Professor in Evaluation, Measurement, and Research at Western Michigan University, will be arguing for the motion “Charter Schools are Overrated.”

Kim Willis / WMUK

Western Michigan University's new fundraising chief Tim Terrentine made his pledge to WMUK this morning in a live interview with General Manager Stephen Williams, and urged listeners to donate to the fall fund drive, too.

"I think public radio is one of those places that remains in America where you can have an elevated dialogue about issues," said Terrentine, WMU vice president for development and alumni relations. "The ability to have dialogue and banter about a topic in a respectful, thoughtful way, unfortunately, is not the norm in our media anymore." 

(Make your pledge. Click here.)


Stephen Williams will replace WMUK's retiring general manager Gordon Bolar starting July 1st. Since 2011, Williams has served as the general manager for WESM, a public radio station in Princess Anne, Maryland. The station is in collaboration with the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. Much like WMUK, WESM has a mix of news and music programming. 

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