Available below are all editions of Western News, the newsletter for and about Western Michigan University faculty and staff members, published from September 2007 through June 2008. The most recent issue is listed first.

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Western News, June 19, 2008
Story highlights: Kalamazoo Promise findings released; Theatre students to perform at worldwide Anglican conference; Retirements, tenure and faculty promotions; On Campus with Lori Groh.

Western News, June 5, 2008
Story highlights: Timothy Greene is new provost; WMU Day at the Capitol draws 700 Broncos to Lansing; APA and PSSO select officers, award scholarships; On Campus with "B.J." Caldwell.

Western News, May 22, 2008
Story highlights: WMU and Cooley Law lauch joint program; President's study abroad grants total $100,000; Obituary for Trustee Emeritus Alfred L. Edwards; On Campus with Lou Ann Morgan.

Western News, May 8, 2008
Story highlights: Business college opens Career Center; Alumnus' $1 million gift spurs renovation for baseball; Three teams among NCAA's top 10 percent academically; On Campus with Selena Walker.

Western News, April 10, 2008
Story highlights: WMU first in state to post voluntary accountability; College of Aviation entering state hall of fame; WMU wins regional chamber's environmental award; On Campus with Judy Northey.

Western News, March 27, 2008
Story highlights: President Dunn's inaugural address; Provost candidates visit campus; WMU offers in-state tuition to military personnel and dependents; On Campus with Marc Fawley and Thomas Penar.

Western News, March 13, 2008
Story highlights: WMU Day at the state Capitol; Free tickets needed for Dunn inauguration; Fulbright takes Joslin to Egypt; Obituaries for Albert, Chapman, Drennan, Holaday; On Campus with Erika Carr.

Western News, Feb. 21, 2008
Story highlights: How to learn about campus emergencies; Digital technology helping students experience history; Delene, Kelemen, Newton, Piatkowski to retire; On Campus with James Center.

Western News, Feb. 7, 2008
Story highlights: Scholarships bring scores of Dominicans to WMU; Students compiling 100 WMU points of pride; Microcomputer sales opens in new location; On Campus with Janet Rice.

Western News, Jan. 24, 2008
Story highlights: Scholarships support program for foster-care youth; Provost search moves into high gear; Student award named for retiree Gary Belleville; On Campus with Gary Custer.

Western News, Jan. 10, 2008
Story highlights: Anonymous $5 million gift boosts faculty retention; Faculty in four grad programs earn top-10 ranking; Timothy Ready is new Walker Institute director; On Campus with Laurie Foster.

Western News, Nov. 29, 2007
Story highlights: WMU community donates record amount to United Way; Granholm helps open Kalexsyn facility at BTR Park; 25 Year Club inducts 32 new members; On Campus with Michael VanPutten.

Western News, Nov. 15, 2007
Story highlights: Governor recognizes College of Fine Arts; WMU gets award for work at Fort St. Joseph; Provost search begins; United Way campaign exceeds goal; On Campus with Gordon Bolar.

Western News, Nov. 1, 2007
Story highlights: Dunn gives State of the University address; Forum focuses on Western Edge; Obituaries for Roger Urich and Roger Wallace; On Campus with Margaret Watson.

Western News, Oct. 18, 2007
Story highlights: McGurn named Distinguished Faculty Scholar; Recipients announced for Distinguished Teaching and Emerging Scholar awards; Emeritus Breisach honored; On Campus with Bill Breur.

Western News, Oct. 4, 2007
Story highlights: Dybek named MacArthur Foundation Fellow; Benson, Pencock get Distinguished Service Awards; Distinguished Alumni Award winners announced; On Campus with Shirley Vernia.

Western News, Sept. 20, 2007
Story highlights: Fall enrollment shows gains in transfers, retention; Area's first wind turbine electric generator dedicated at WMU; On Campus with Edison Macadangdang.

Western News, Sept. 6, 2007
Story highlights: Greetings from President Dunn; Gilchrist, Harik, Powell appointed to key posts; Goggle Earth contest motivates students to rebuild WMU; On Campus with Barbara Banks.