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Six ways to fight boredom amid COVID-19 isolation

Posted by Megan Looker on

You may need to stay home, but that doesn't mean the fun is over. The WMU community is coming together to better themselves and connect, even while we are physically apart.

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WMU students urged to participate in U.S. Census

Posted by Joy Brown on

Confused about whether you should fill out the 2020 U.S. Census questionnaire? It's understandable, given the varied living situations of college students. Find out specifics about who should fill out the form and how.

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Bronco pitch competition open to aspiring entrepreneurs

Posted by Erin Flynn on

Applications are being accepted for the annual K.C. O'Shaughnessy Competition and Showcase, which gives aspiring entrepreneurs a stage to present a three-minute pitch about an innovative business idea for an audience of potential investors. Top finishers get a share of $5,000 in prizes.

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RSO aims to unite Broncos

Posted by Jermaine Williams on

Social Element, an RSO at WMU, aims to unite students on campus by offering them a companion for events so they don't have to go alone.

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Need help with textbooks? Check out the library

Posted by Sara Volmering on

The University Libraries’ textbook program offers an alternative to students who are not able to purchase or rent books for their courses.

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Your superpower? Managing time

Posted by Kat Stevenson on

Guess what time it is, WMU students? It’s time to get focused! Say goodbye to 20/20 hindsight, to feeling overwhelmed, to procrastination, and say hello to the superpower you’ve always had: The ability to actually manage time.