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While WKU’s budget will grow in the 2015-16 year, it will result in cuts to colleges and departments throughout the university, under a budget plan presented to the WKU Board of Regents on Friday.
WKU Student Government Association President Jay Todd Richey took to social media Tuesday afternoon in an attempt to be "very transparent with the WKU Student Government Association budget.”
Thirty-nine WKU students, two of which are graduate students and two professors in the WKU Biology Department contributed to an international bacteriophage genetic diversity study sponsored by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s Science Education Alliance.
The expansion of Florence Schneider Hall, which houses the Carol Martin Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science is underway. Schneider parking lot closed down Wednesday, May 20 in preparation for construction.
WKU softball (34-12) took home the Conference USA Tournament title this weekend after beating No. 2 ranked Florida Atlantic at 3-1. This season was the Lady Toppers’ first competing in C-USA and this win is their first overall in WKU history.
Leon Allen, running back for the WKU football team was arrested Sunday and charged with alcohol intoxication in a public place.
In WKU’s inaugural year in the Conference USA, the program tallied eight C-USA championships, which tied the league record for most in year.
Former WKU walk-on forward Rob Marberry announced via Twitter Thursday night that he is transferring to Lipscomb. Marberry announced he was leaving the program after the season's conclusion. No official statement has been made by WKU or Lipscomb regarding the transfer.
With finals approaching and the spring semester coming to a close, so ends the Office of International Programs’ series, “International Year of Ecuador.”
Governor Steve Beshear stopped by WKU’s campus to celebrate the impending expansion of Florence Schnieder Hall, the building which currently houses the Gatton Academy of Math and Science.
Students were given the opportunity to go back to a simpler time on Wednesday, jamming out to some 90s music, coloring or playing hopscotch.
Rather than write a regular food review for the last week of BG Eats this semester, I have chosen instead to do a food challenge. Well, the editors told me to do a food challenge. So, I began looking for options. The idea of slogging through a massive quantity of food was less than appealing…
The issue: We’ve had a semester full of news, both good and bad. Sometimes, we must bear the weight that comes with being the messenger.