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“Losing my vision has improved my outlook on life": Resources for people who are legally blind

KALAMAZOO, Mich. – Cayce Plungis is a licensed nurse practitioner. She’s a visual learner who’s moving to the Kalamazoo area; and she’s getting ready to search for her next nursing job. 776 more words


Parting Shots

(Nazareth, Michigan & Chicago, Illinois) Oftentimes the last thing I see of a place is the first thing I want to see when I return.  Such was the case recently upon leaving Transformations Spirituality Center in Nazareth after a transformative visit and the Art Institute and Millennium Park in Chicago.   70 more words


Students Depend on Caffeine to Function in School

Waking up early for school is hard. Whether you are up all night to study, for work, or just to watch your favorite television show that comes on at 11:00 p.m, waking up the next morning is next to impossible. 320 more words


A little advice for my younger self.

This past weekend I went to Kalamazoo (for all of you non-Michiganders, yes, it’s a real city) to visit the old college town. I am still reeling from how different it is now from when I went there 15 years ago. 649 more words

WMU Basketball Should Find Confidence Despite Heartbreak

WMU’s Men’s Basketball team found itself in yet another grueling, physical match up with none other than the Akron Zips once again on Saturday and it did not turn out as planned for the Brown and Gold. 480 more words


4-year-old Michigan girl calls 9-1-1 when pregnant mom has seizure

(WWMT/CNN) — A four-year-old Michigan girl stepped up to call 9-1-1 while her mom — nine months pregnant — is in the midst of a seizure. 210 more words


4-year-old calls 911, saves pregnant mother and becomes a big sister

(CNN) – Calise Manning is being called a hero for helping her pregnant mother and calling 911 operators in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

“She’s shaking and she’s having a baby,” Calise tells a dispatcher in 911 audio obtained by CNN affiliate WWMT. 218 more words