Western Michigan University

11:02 am
Fri January 18, 2013

Boil water advisory on part of WMU campus over the weekend

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Water is being turned off Friday to repair a water main leak.
KALAMAZOO-Western Michigan University advises students, employees and visitors to campus that a precautionary boil water advisory from the city of Kalamazoo will affect three occupied buildings on campus over the weekend. The advisory will be in effect for East Hall, the Seelye Center and Spindler Hall from 2 p.m. Friday, Jan.
2:19 pm
Thu December 20, 2012

WMU recognized for "green" campus projects

WMU's Buster Bronco shows his support for

For the third year in a row, Western Michigan University has been named one of America’s most environmentally responsible universities. The Princeton review and the U.S. Green Building Council point to the purchase of five Ford Transit Connect electric vehicles and fifteen new charging stations attached to a massive solar panel as just a few of the university’s successes.

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9:00 pm
Tue November 6, 2012

"Ruined" sheds light on sexual violence during civil war in the Congo

WMU students Tina Pinson, Marrisa Harrington and Eddie Coleman.
Credit WMU Theatre Dept.

Western Michigan University theater students will perform the Pulitzer prize winning drama, Ruined Thursday night.

“The play takes place in the eastern portion of the Democratic Republic of Congo," says Director Awoye Timpo. "And it’s all about the lives of the men and women who have been affected by the war that’s been going on there.”

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12:00 am
Tue September 25, 2012

Solve the mystery of Claire's past in WMU's comedy play Fuddy Meers

Credit WMU Theatre

Western Michigan University students will perform the play Fuddy Meers starting Thursday. Fuddy Meers is about a middle aged woman named Claire who has a type of amnesia where she forgets everything that happened the night before.

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Fine Art
12:00 am
Fri September 7, 2012

"An Exercise in Numbness and Other Tales" by Nayda Collazo-Llorens

A view of Nayda Collazo-Llorens's tunnel-like room in her installation

The Albertine Monroe-Brown Gallery is two stories high. It’s airy with lots of windows, and you can see the art from several vantage points, which is one of the first things that excited and inspired Puerto Rican artist Nayda Collazo-Llorens. That, and the sheer size of the gallery, which allows for four distinct areas in her exhibition, including a small room, or tunnel that has both audio and visual art. 

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