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On Wednesday, WKU announced a budget reduction plan that includes an increase in tuition and a faculty raise.
WKU custodial, building services, groundskeeping and waste management employees working on the Bowling Green campus will be employed by a private company starting in August to save money in the 2016-17 budget.
On Monday afternoon, the Western Kentucky University restaurant group announced that Chili’s Grill and Bar restaurant is now open for business.
Western Kentucky University’s doctor of physical therapy program received its initial accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education last week.
A former track and field coach who openly criticized WKU for cutting funding to the six-team program has been told he cannot associate with the teams or accompany the teams to NCAA competitions, the former coach said.
On Tuesday afternoon, Conference USA announced that senior infielder Danny Hudzina and sophomore designated hitter Kaleb Duckworth were both named First Team All C-USA.
With their postseason hopes hanging by a thread, the WKU baseball team traveled to Boca Raton, Florida to take on 17th-ranked Florida Atlantic in a three-game Conference USA series to conclude the 2016 regular season.
The WKU baseball team hosted Marshall University in a critical Conference USA series this weekend.
On Thursday, students, faculty and staff had a space to ask questions to the Administrative Council and the department of human resources in regards to the plan for the upcoming budget reductions announced the day prior.
Leaning against the dry erase board in a reporting class at WKU, a candidate for one of Bowling Green’s city commissioner positions spoke with journalism students about his background and campaign for the state elections in November.
It’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of interesting goods and activities at the Community Farmers Market of Bowling Green. Each booth you pass has a story. Each vendor is there for a reason. Among these booths is the Top Crops booth, which people can find as soon as they walk into th…
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Following the announcement of the budget reduction plan, the WKU administration hosted an open forum under the guise of soliciting faculty and staff opinions. Curiously, students were not directly informed about the forum. At the forum, a lot of blame was going around.
The issue: Last week President Gary Ransdell announced the budget reduction plan for the 2016-17 fiscal year, which reduced and eliminated multiple programs including the predoctoral intern program in the Counseling and Testing Center.