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Full-time Job of a WMU RA

By Emilye Martin

Ashleigh Blair fast-walked down the long halls of her building, poking her head in and out of lounges and open rooms. She was checking in on residents and chatting with them about classes and work. 385 more words

New Hires Facilitate New Approaches at Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety

By Emilye Martin

Nineteen Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety officers up for retirement in the next three years will help facilitate the transition by the department to new policing methods and approaches — including how WMU parties are managed. 461 more words

TnT A Touch of Soul: Family Owned and Phenomenal

“I have to embrace every last crumb, that’s how good it is,” said Loy Norrix senior TJ Powell about TnT, A Touch of Soul, a local barbecue place in Kalamazoo located at 112 East Cork Street. 541 more words

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Living with Depression: How it Feels and How to Help

By Maya Crawford, Social Media Team

Feeling nothing yet everything at once. Experiencing waves of being happy and content, then cold and emotionless. Smiling on the outside and telling everyone things are fine, when it isn’t. 509 more words

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Monday Kfirst Kickstart: "Unnecessary Roughness"

Today I want to give you a place to start your week. It’s Monday and in the wake of a great weekend and a workweek ahead, sometimes you just need a “kickstart” to get focused.   474 more words

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Downdog Yoga Center: Connecting Yoga and the People

To most people, downward dog is a yoga position that bends the human body into a strange form to help people relax. However, in Kalamazoo, Down Dog is a yoga studio which serves as a home to a unique community of people. 514 more words

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