After U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals order would end, leaders of Kalamazoo's higher ed institutions put out a message of support to DACA students.
September 2017 WMU News
The size and type of bags that may be carried into Waldo Stadium is being regulated to enhance security and expedite venue entry at home football games.
Maria Saldivar, an administrative assistant for precollege programming at WMU, died Aug. 12 at age 60. A private memorial service has been held.
Flu shots are being offered at the health center to WMU employees, students and retirees as well as their eligible dependents age 12 and older by appointment and during two drop-in clinics.
Highlights include a pop-up thrift shop and world bazaar, Chinese culture classes, a musical celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, and events and outings with international students.
More than 60 courses, trips, and special activities are being offered, with some classes already underway.
Support popular National Public Radio programming by helping WMUK reach its $175,000 pledge goal for the station's fall 2017 on-air membership drive.
Students, faculty and staff will be welcomed back to campus with free refreshments, games and prizes from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 6, at the Campus Flagpoles.