5 hrs ago
TC Golf Simulator Developer Adds Computer Game To Lineup
The Traverse City-based developer of a $400 indoor golf simulator has released a free golf game based on the simulator's technology.
Trending on the Topix Network
12 hrs ago
More than 200 Michigan musicians to perform 'Lamb of God' at Chenery Auditorium
The performances are scheduled for 7:30 p.m. on March 21 and March 22 at Chenery Auditorium, 714 S. Westnedge Ave. The production features a 65-piece orchestra, 140 choir members, 13 soloists and two narrators.
16 hrs ago
Bluefield Daily Telegraph
Artist climbs ladders to create public art project
BLUEFIELD, Va. - There is a sculpture taking shape on the College Avenue-side of the Bluefield College campus that is designed to elevate the spirits of those who care to enjoy its artistry as well as to lift the spirits of the community.
Sat Mar 15, 2014
Julie Mack: For Catholic leaders in Kalamazoo, Pope Francis is breath of fresh air
Awaiting the appointment of a new pope after Pope Benedict stepped down a year ago, I wrote a column that began: "There seems to be two points of consensus among many Catholics: Change within the Church is sorely needed, but it's also highly unlikely."
WMU partners with energy company to inject carbon dioxide underground, flush out leftover oil
It sounds like a science project designed by Al Gore: Take excess carbon dioxide, liquidize it and inject it into abandoned oil fields, filling the porous rocks beneath with the CO2 and -- not so incidentally -- flushing out the oil that remains.
Fri Mar 14, 2014
Mental Help Net
AAOS: Extreme Sport Head, Neck Injuries Rose 2000-2011
The incidence of head and neck injuries resulting from participation in extreme sports increased from 2000 to 2011, according to a study presented at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, held from March 11 to 15 in New Orleans.
Michigan Office Solutions is the newest tenant of the WMU Business Technology and Research Park
The wholly owned subsidiary of Xerox Co. is a provider of leading-edge office technology for business.
Indianapolis Business News
Carl Sundberg got his start helping autistic children communicate and assimilate before most people had ever heard of autism.
International Festival celebrates 25th anniversary at Western Michigan University
People will be able to sample the food, music and fashions of 15 cultures March 23 during Western Michigan University's annual International Festival, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
'Between Two Ferns' with President Obama: Ann Arbor native talks behind the scenes of...
Chris and Mike Farah on the set of the movie "Answer This!", which filmed in Ann Arbor in 2009.
Teleka Patrick's Disappearance Dogs Gospel Singer Marvin Sapp
The Internet is not ready to let go of the rumor that Grammy nominated gospel singer Marvin Sapp had something to do with Dr. Teleka Patrick's disappearance in Michigan.
Viewpoint: Trip to mosque builds bridges, links campus and Kalamazoo Islamic Center community
Islam is the world's second largest religion and has shown a significant increase over the last decade in many countries, including the United States.
Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter
Midwest, Northeast: Welcome back, winter
Students push a stuck motorist out of a parking space Wednesday at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Mich.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Western Michigan University Begins LGBT Alumni Group
Western Michigan college graduates now have a LGBT Alumni Association to join: the Pride Alumni Association of Western Michigan University .
WNWN-FM Battle Creek
Two Western Michigan University graduates credited...
The six and a half minute episode of "Between Two Ferns" with comedian Zack Galifianakis and President Obama quickly went viral on the Internet, and there are west Michigan connections.
Manufacturing CEO Amy Proos, to speak at WMU, expanded the company her grandfather founded
"All my environments are usually all men," said Proos, the president and CEO of Proos Manufacturing and Proos Fabrication in Grand Rapids.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Kalamazoo College alumnus and black activist Chokwe Lumumba dies at age 66
An obituary in the New York Times noted that in 1969, Lumumba, "joined students at Western Michigan University ... taking over a campus building, demanding more scholarships for blacks and more black professors."
Northern Michigan News
Officials making announcement about medical school
Officials plan to reveal what they are calling a "major" announcement related to the Western Michigan University School of Medicine.
New Urban Legends
I heard that Marvin Sapp is currently the primary suspect in the case of the missing doctor, Teleka Patrick of Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Losby, Sonabend, Sunde Named in 2014 Johnny Bench Watch List
The 2014 Johnny Bench Award watch list is out. Three MAC guys made the list. - Rob Leifheit-USA TODAY Sports The 2014 Johnny Bench Award watch list is out and there are three players from the Mid-American Conference on it.