Free registration for county residents ends April 25.
April 2012 WMU News
Former administrator and professor emeritus of management died April 9 at age 83.
City's marathon passes through WMU campus May 6.
Fun, food, exercise, games and live music Tuesday, April 24.
Noncredit courses in cooking, language, Tai Chi and more begin May 7.
Michigan State associate coach picked to lead Broncos.
Former associate vice president for academic affairs died April 15 at age 67.
Fourteen Michigan craft brewers participating April 29.
Research and Creative Activities Poster Day is April 20.
Associate professor emeritus of mechanical engineering died April 9 at age 88.
Japanese students expected on campus for one to five months.
Former Bronco football player speaks April 19 in Schneider Hall.
Concerto competition winners are soloists at April 22 concert.
Award-winning playwright Sean Clark reads from his work April 19.
Causes of poverty in the Indian state of Bihar addressed Wednesday, April 18.
Excellence in Diversity Award will be presented today.
Nearly 220 seniors will present 89 design projects.
Roundtable is Friday at Bernhard Center, includes free presentation.
Tony Award-winning musical at Shaw Theatre April 12-21.
Veterans transitioning to college life will be able to tap an array of new services to help them succeed, thanks to a new VetSuccess on Campus program.
"World Press Freedom" created by Cassandra Stagner and Wil Granaderos.
Register to receive tornado warnings and campus emergency alerts.
Public tree planting Thursday, April 19, at Valley Pond.
Job opportunities for teachers to be showcased Wednesday, April 18.
Free do-it-yourself workshops include screen printing and bike repair.
Program at Chenery Auditorium April 17-18 features Dr. Boyce Watkins.
On-air campaign runs through Friday, April 20.
Students camp out Friday to raise funds for Habitat for Humanity trip.
Different giveaways and activities each day, April 16-18.
Need some spring fashion? Next free exchange market is Wednesday, April 18.