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Chinese Music Club member and junior Gigi Lamb joined the club her second semester of her freshman year. Lamb explains that learning new instruments with other club members has made her feel like they’ve been on a journey together. Photographed outside of Kelly Thompson Hall on Friday, Jan. 19.
Chinese Music Club brings new sound to the Hill
Bailey Reed, News Reporter • February 28, 2024
Kirsten Eversmann, a sophomore criminology and sociology major, preforms an “after dinner speech” in which she preformed a comedic informative speech about women’s voices and silencing them, during the Forensics “Meet The Team Show- case” at the Ivan Wilson Fine Arts Center Recital Hall in fall 2023.
'Forensics teaches you the importance of your words'
Carrington Coppinger, News Reporter • February 28, 2024

The Forensics Team is the oldest program on WKU’s campus, and continues to be one of the most successful. Since being established,...

Scaffolding and construction work is seen at Hilltopper Hall due to issues that have caused residents to move out.
Who owns WKU's dorms?
February 28, 2024
Letter to the Editor: Religion at WKU
Letter to the Editor: Religion at WKU
Paul Fischer February 28, 2024

Everyone thinks they’re special. But this observation doesn’t mean that nothing is, in fact, special. Religion is special. Many people would...

Coming Monday: The AI issue
Tyrone Marshall (left), Don McHenry (middle), and Babacar Faye celebrate Fayes lay up during the second half of WKUs game against NMSU on Saturday, Feb. 17.
WKU mens basketball looks to bounce back against conference leader
Luke Edmonds, Sports reporter • February 28, 2024

After a tough loss to the Middle Tennessee State Blue Raiders on Saturday, WKU prepares to host the Conference-USA leader Louisiana Tech on Wednesday,...

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