As the Brothers of Epsilon Xi celebrate the 55th Chapter Anniversary, they want to honor Dr. Martha Warfield for the support and love she has extended to generations of Alpha as well as countless other students at WMU both past and present. READ MORE!
“The issue of birth outcomes in the City of Flint before and after the water source change is an important one,” said Sarah Lyon-Callo, Director of the Bureau of Epidemiology within the Population Health Administration, MDHHS. “We’re grateful to our partners in Genesee County for lending their expertise and input as we analyzed these data.” READ MORE!
While viral suppression prevents the sexual transmission of HIV, condoms and/or pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) use are also important HIV prevention strategies. READ MORE ON WHAT THESE AGENCIES ARE DOING!
Habitat for Humanity’s 203rd homeowner family will dedicate their new home on Sunday, October 15. The home at 1130 Portage Court in Kalamazoo’s Edison neighborhood. READ MORE!
The 5th Annual Rhythm & Blues Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony & Concert – 2017, will be held in the motor city, Detroit, Michigan. READ MORE!
Kalamazoo College students and researchers soon will have more effective opportunities for chemical analysis thanks to a $255,000 grant from The Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow Foundation. The grant allows K to replace an aging nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectrometer, allowing students to analyze and identify chemical compounds and structures with state-of-the-art equipment. READ MORE!
Bronson has partnered with Family Doctors of Vicksburg to form Bronson Family Medicine — Vicksburg. Since the early 1900s, Family Doctors of Vicksburg has been providing care to people in southern Kalamazoo County. “We are very pleased to welcome the longstanding Family Doctors of Vicksburg team to the Bronson family,” says Carla Herbert, project director at Bronson. “We look forward to continuing to serve families in the area and to provide exceptional healthcare experiences.” READ MORE!
138-Year-Old Ladies’ Library Association Helps Girls of Color Explore the World KALAMAZOO (MICH.)–Shemaiah Lawler can identify 20 landmarks from around the world in less
“I came into this job thinking of the things I’d heard about Gordy; believing, ‘Oh, Mr. Gordy was crook.’ I came to find out that people say one thing (rumors) and run with it. I’ve learned, by being a part of this show, that a lot of (misinformation) goes on in life, and often is a separation of truth and fact.” READ MORE ABOUT MOTOWN THE MUSICAL…COMING TO MILLER AUDITORIUM MAY 9-14, 2017.
On April 12, Lakeside for Children officials announced the opening of a new Health & Wellness Center at their Kalamazoo residential treatment facility and school for abused and neglected teenagers. The 12,500 sq.-ft. structure houses three classrooms, a multipurpose room, and a regulation-size high school basketball court that can accommodate other activities. READ MORE!