May 2012 WMU News

Charles H. Ludlow obituary

Visitation is Tuesday, May 15, and services Wednesday, May 16, for Charles H. Ludlow, trustee emeritus of WMU, who died May 8 at age 89.

Night Ranger, Hoobastank headline Greek festival

Night Ranger and Hoobastank will be featured alongside traditional Greek fare at the Kalamazoo Greek Festival Thursday through Saturday, May 31-June 2, at Arcadia Creek Festival Place.

Art for sale at Art on the Mall

More than 70 artists will sell original works of arts and fine crafts along the downtown Kalamazoo Mall from Michigan Avenue to Lovell Street Friday and Saturday, June 1-2.

Kalamazoo Art Fair kicks off summer

The Kalamazoo Institute of Art's 61st anniversary Art Fair held downtown is Friday and Saturday, June 1-2, providing a festive atmosphere of artwork, programs and fun.

Lifelong Learning Academy announces summer session

Registration is under way for low-cost, short-term summer courses offered through WMU's Lifelong Learning Academy. Programs are open to anyone, but geared toward older Kalamazoo-area residents.

Student engineers capture first at SAE World Congress

Student chapter of the Society for Automotive Engineers captured first place in the SAE World Congress Student Exhibition Competition, extending WMU's streak to five consecutive top-three finishes.