WMU News

Nov. 30, 1998, Kalamazoo MI USA

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November 1998 WMU News Archive
Stories are listed in descending order by release date, beginning with the most recent. Click on the headline for the full story.

Rotunno, Morin named to All-MAC teams (Nov. 27) Volleyball all-conference selections include two from WMU.

Volleyball season ends with 3-0 tournament loss (Nov. 24) Broncos lose at NIU in first round.

Volleyball Broncos travel to MAC tournament (Nov. 23) First round opponent is Northern Illinois.

Basketball and hockey weekend results (Nov. 23) Also: Selent and Moreland are up for national honors in football.

Faculty show international students the business of Thanksgiving (Nov. 19) International students experience uniquely American tradition.

Christmas before its time (Nov. 19) Wonder why those carols were blaring before Thanksgiving?

Global economic woes are far from American consumers' thoughts (Nov. 19) Consumer confidence is high this holiday season.

Attention Internet shoppers (Nov. 19) There may be fewer shoppers crawling the mall this season thanks to the Internet.

Snow, cold crucial to state tourism (Nov. 19) Michigan tourism usually gets a big boost after the holidays.

Easing holiday stress on customer service workers (Nov. 19) Holidays can wreak havoc on companies that rely on quality customer service.

Forecast is good for winter fun (Nov. 19) La Nina expected to bring extended winter filled with above normal snowfalls.

WMU historian is featured expert on national TV special (Nov. 19) Paul Maier featured in A&E telecast of "The Rise of Christianity -- The first Thousand Years."

Haworth chairman speaks Dec. 2 (Nov. 19) Distinguished Speaker Series features Richard G. Haworth.

35 to be inducted into 25 Year Club (Nov. 19) WMU's 25 Year Club annual banquet is December 1,

Teaching with pizzazz (Nov. 19) Internationally acclaimed motivational speaker Mary Bigler at WMU Dec. 1.

WMU computer programmers place high in regional competition (Nov. 19) WMU is one of three high-placing U.S. teams at regional competition in Canada.

Hockey Broncos return to action, host Michigan State (Nov. 17) WMU travels to Notre Dame, hosts MSU.

Bronco sports summary (Nov. 17) Football team ends season with 56-27 win; hockey, volleyball and basketball results.

Volleyball Broncos sweep Chippewas 3-0 (Nov. 13)

Lynne C. McCauley (Nov. 12) Director of the Center for Academic Support Programs died Nov. 6.

Gangaram K. Kripalani (Nov. 10) Professor emeritus of economics died Nov. 3.

Hockey team 'fit to be tired' (Nov. 10) Broncos approach season record for ties. Next home match Nov. 21 versus MSU.

Jan Elliott to present eye-opening program (Nov. 10) Diversity trainer presents "The Anatomy of Prejudice" Nov. 18.

WMU president joins KPS officials to launch laptop computer project (Nov. 10) Pilot project combines laptop computing with personal mentoring, begins Nov. 11.

Grant awarded to Project AGE (Nov. 10) Changing needs of steadily aging population focus of $150,000 grant.

Site of Fort St. Joseph found by WMU archaeologists (Nov.5) "Four Flags Fort" established by French in 1691.

Campus counseling center gets new director, expands efforts (Nov. 5) Initiative launched to expand impact in Southwest Michigan.

Political control and bureaucracy explored in colloquium (Nov. 5) Visiting political scientist speaks Nov. 13.

Expert discusses Baltics' transition from Communism (Nov. 5) Expert on East European politics speaks Nov. 9.

Living wage proposal to be explored by panel (Nov. 5) Economics and ethics behind "living wage" presented Nov. 11.

Chicago writers to give reading, discuss art form (Nov. 5) Beth Nugent and Stacey Levine read from their work Nov. 12.

Fall issue of Third Coast available (Nov. 3) Interview with Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Merwin included in latest WMU literary magazine.

Safe on Campus orientation sessions set (Nov. 3) Safe on Campus members are primarily heterosexual allies for the WMU gay community.

WMU poet wins Whiting Award (Nov. 3) Nancy Eimers to receive award and $30,000 cash prize.

Hockey Broncos host Lake Superior and Ohio State (Nov. 2) Contests are Nov. 6-7 at Lawson Ice Arena.

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