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Topic - Western Michigan University
From Huntington Beach to Hershey, defenseman Garrett Haar has taken the long road to the pros.
Kalamazoo police say a civil disturbance broke out in a crowd of about 2,000 in a Western Michigan University student neighborhood, with some people fighting and throwing bottles and rocks at officers seeking to restore order.
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. A Michigan company has used the technique to retrieve 1.6 million barrels of oil that, its owner says, would not otherwise have been produced.
Fifteen cultures will be represented at the 25th annual International Festival at Western Michigan University.
Western Michigan University's new medical school will be named after the founder of the medical technology company Stryker Corp., officials announced Tuesday.
More than two dozen rare trees have been identified on Western Michigan University's campus - including one that might be the tallest of its species in the state, if not the country, the university's manager of natural area and preserves said.