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March 2018 WMU News
In the wake of recent high-profile mass shootings, Western Michigan University's Dr. Whitney DeCamp has been serving as an expert for media nationwide on the question of whether such violence is linked to teen video game use.
Performances of Larry David's comedy "Fish in the Dark" run Friday, March 16, through Sunday, March 25, in the Gilmore Theatre Complex.
WMU's Symphony Orchestra and University Chorale will present a free concert in collaboration with the Kalamazoo Latvian Association and the Latvian Ministry of Culture at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 25.
Dr. Carol Harden, former president of the Association of American Geographers, will talk about preparing for natural disasters by responding to and anticipating changing climates at 3 p.m. Friday, March 16.
On his second U.S. tour, Sato Michiyoshi will perform a unique blend of traditional and modern styles on the "shamisen," a Japanese three-stringed banjo, at 7:30 p.m. Monday, March 12, in the Dalton Center Lecture Hall.
Students will pitch their business ideas during the O'Shaughnessy Business Pitch Competition and Showcase Friday, March 23. Current WMU students have until Sunday, March 18, to sign up to compete for cash prizes.
Members of WMU's men's basketball team are all safe and accounted for in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, as the Central Michigan University campus is on high alert following a shooting this morning.
Weather permitting, planned burns could take place through April 30 in the Asylum Lake and Kleinstuck preserves to improve their ecological health.
Master's candidate Justine Morneau, a graduate assistant for facilities in University Recreation, earned a 2017 collegiate recreation honor at the state level and will receive a similar honor at the national level.
More than 1,000 sixth-grade students will tour WMU as part of a partnership to encourage middle school students to set their sights on college and take advantage of the Kalamazoo Promise scholarship program.