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Donald Trump's low approval ratingPhoto of Peter Wielhouwer
Feb. 16, 2017 | WMU News
As Donald Trump moves to aggressively fulfill campaign promises, polls show his approval rating is sinking fast. In fact, he's "underwater," says Dr. Peter Wielhouwer, an associate professor of political science.

Amazon Go, the 'grocery store of the future'Photo of Marcel Zondag
Feb. 10, 2017 | WMU News
Amazon is breaking into the grocery store business with Amazon Go, a line of new, innovative stores. By using an Amazon app and high-tech sensors and cameras, consumers are automatically billed for items instead of having to stand in a checkout line, says Dr. Marcel Zondag, an assistant professor in WMU's food and consumer package goods marketing program.

A historical look at immigration and travel restrictionsPhoto of Eli Rubin
Feb. 2, 2017 | WMU News
President Trump has issued an executive order to halt immigration from seven predominantly Muslim countries and bar refugees from Syria indefinitely. Such strategies are not unprecedented, but haven't happened in the Western World for some time, says Dr. Eli Rubin, a WMU professor of history.