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WestSouthwest
9:33 am
Mon July 28, 2014

WestSouthwest: July 28, 2014

WMU's Waldo Library clock tower
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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.

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WestSouthwest
9:26 am
Mon July 28, 2014

WSW: WMU President John Dunn

WMU's Sangren Hall at sunrise
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The recent implosion of the for-profit Corinthian College, including its Everest Institute campuses in Kalamazoo and other cities, could have students looking for other places to complete their degrees. On WMUK's WestSouthwest, Western Michigan University President John Dunn said it's ready to help them. Dunn spoke with WMUK's Andy Robins and Kalamazoo Gazette reporter Yvonne Zipp about that and several other issues, including:

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WestSouthwest
9:14 am
Mon July 28, 2014

WSW: The "Three Doctors"

The Three Doctors
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A boyhood vow that three inner-city youngsters made to help each other succeed led to the trio all reaching their goal of becoming medical doctors or dentists. Along the way they also became New York Times-bestselling authors. Now Derek Jeter’s Turn 2 Foundation brings their message of using teamwork to solve problems to Kalamazoo on Wednesday, July 30. It's part of its “Re2pect Your Community” event.

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July 24, 2014
11:41 am
Thu July 24, 2014

WestSouthwest July 24, 2014

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The story of gangsters using Southwest Michigan as a vacation spot, and a report on "The Michigan Dream" are featured on WestSouthwest. 

WestSouthwest for July 24, 2014

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Capone's Playground
10:53 am
Thu July 24, 2014

WSW: Gangsters on Vacation in Southwest Michigan

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A traffic stop in Saint Joseph in 1929 started a chain of events that led police to a home in Stevensville, and a stash of weapons used in the infamous "Saint Valentine Day's Massacre."   

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