Title: Newsletter Editor, Western Herald
Why vote yes: While the Western Herald and WIDR have remained separate for a long time, coming together means we can share resources to provide WMU with an outstanding media experience.
Title: Business Manager, WIDR FM
Why vote yes: If the vote does not go through, we could potentially lose our school newspaper and radio. These extracurricular departments give students a chance to work in real-world environments with fellow students before they
step out into the post-graduation world.
Title: General Manager, WIDR FM
Year: Graduate student
Why vote yes: The new structure of student run media at WMU will bring a lot of opportunities for students as individuals and as part of RSOs, Sororities and Fraternities. They can either learn how media works from the inside out or just promote their group interest in a massive way among the campus community.
Title: Music Director, WIDR FM
Major(s): Film, Video, and Media Studies
Why vote yes:
Title: Editor-In-Chief- HerCampus WMU
Why vote yes: This will bring media groups on campus together so that students can get the best, up-to-date and entertaining information.
Title: Editor-in-Chief, Western Herald
Major(s): Journalism, Political Science
Why vote yes: You need a main place to get unique content: stuff you aren't going to hear from teachers, students or friends. We want to collaborate to provide the absolute best content you can get.
Title: News Editor, Western Herald
Major(s): English, Journalism
Why vote yes: The Student Media Group will provide students from so many different backgrounds with practical opportunities that benefit not only themselves, but their peers!
Title: Program Director, WIDR FM
Major(s): English, Communications
Why vote yes:
Title: Reporter, Western Herald
Why vote yes: Student run media organizations like WIDR and the Western Herald give students an outlet for their passion. Be it music, reporting or writing there is no better platform at WMU to share your creativity with fellow Broncos.