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This year’s Cultural Enhancement Series features guests from all walks of life.
Many WKU students, especially attendees of Gatton Academy, were well acquainted with the white, birdlike statue that once resided in front of Florence Schneider Hall.
On Tuesday, five students and one professor sat around a table in Downing Student Union discussing current policies on drugs and making plans to raise awareness on campus.
WKU will begin its 96th season of football tonight as the team travels to Nashville to take on the Vanderbilt Commodores. The game marks the start of what could be the most highly anticipated football season for WKU in program history.
The Lady Toppers soccer team will take on Valparaiso University this Sunday at WKU’s Preston Complex. The team is coming off a win on the road over Stephen F. Austin this past weekend.
The 20th ranked WKU volleyball team is looking forward to its second consecutive tournament this weekend after a season-opening undefeated trip to Madison, Wisconsin, for the HotelRED Invitational.
Head Coach Jeff Brohm said at the WKU football 2015 media day that if quarterback Brandon Doughty has to duplicate his record setting season of last year for the team to win this season, the team will not be winning the way Brohm wants.
Chick-fil-A, Papa John’s, Steak ’n Shake—great restaurant options for a late night binge or quick bite to eat between classes, but not the most accommodating ones for students with dietary restrictions. So what options do students who are vegetarian, vegan, diabetic or gluten-free have?
The WKU Student Business Accelerator helps make dreams come true for some students.
According to the WKU Campus Activities Board’s website, if you’re interested in making moments “your mind can’t forget and heart will never let go,” CAB might be the place for you to make your mark while on the Hill.
Every single year, it is nailed into our brains: do not drink and drive. Our parents beg us, school threatens us and yet driving while intoxicated is still one of the major issues WKU is facing.
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