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  • Courtney Sumpter and her therapy horse, Tank, stand outside in a snowy paddock..

    Equine-assisted and entrepreneurial

    Courtney Sumpter, a WMU-trained occupational therapist, established Northern Michigan Equine Therapy to help people overcome their physical and emotional barriers

    About her therapy center
  • Adam McFarlin works in his Kalamazoo Candle Company shop.

    Bronco entrepreneurs

    WMU alumni entrepreneurs reveal how they built their businesses

    Read their stories
  • Emily Stewart rides a horse on the field of WMU's Waldo Stadium. The Bronco football team gets ready to storm the field behind her.

    Bronco mascot rider 'triumphs'

    Emily Stewart, best known as the rider who leads the Bronco football team into Waldo Stadium aboard Triumph, has qualified to compete in May at the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association's national championships

    About Stewart
  • Phi Beta Kappa golden key on a background of graduation caps.

    Two decades of honor

    This year marks the 20th anniversary of WMU's chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the oldest and most prestigious honors organization in the nation

    About Phi Beta Kappa
  • Two WMed students point to the state of Wisconsin on a U.S. map during their Match Day event.

    A day four years in the making

    Every student in the WMU Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine's inaugural class matched to a residency slot as part of a nationwide process that is increasingly competitive

    About Match Day