Mujtaba al-Sweikat had been 17-years-old and right about to get on a plane in Saudi Arabia in 2012 to head to the United States to visit WMU, when he was arrested for taking part in the Arab Spring protests.
The postseason push officially begins this weekend for the Western Michigan Broncos on the ice, as they host the Colorado College Tigers in a best-of-three National Collegiate Hockey Conference Quarterfinal series.
Maybe this resonates with us a little more because our feelings are still a bit hurt. Maybe there a little bit of satisfaction reading former University of Minnesota football coach Jerry Kill's comments about P. J. Fleck.
The National Science Foundation has given Western Michigan University a $4.9 Million grant over five years for the school's Evaluation Center. That Evaluation Center is used by "nonprofit organizations, state and federal agencies, and colleges and universities around the country to conduct…