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Visiting WMU

Laura Koscinski, Staff Writer

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Western Michigan University will be the college destination of many PNHS students. If you’re thinking about becoming a future Bronco, here’s a photo walkthrough of some of the main aspects of student life at WMU.

Students typically have two or three classes a day in buildings all over campus, such as the newly-renovated Sangren Hall, pictured here. All photos by Laura Koscinski.
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  1. Komalpreet Kaur on March 19th, 2018 12:03 pm

    The fourth picture is my favorite! I like how you chose to take pictures of different areas of the campus

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