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'King Coal' showing reflects on Appalachia history, inquires about future
Mariia Novoselia, News Reporter • April 12, 2024
Chief of Staff Donté Reed (left), Student Body President Sam Kurtz (center) and Junior Senator Ethan Taylor (right), who are running unopposed for the roles of student body president, executive vice president and administrative vice president, respectively, in the SGA Spring 2024 election, discuss their plan to lead the SGA during the 2024-2025 academic year.
SGA holds ‘Executive Town Hall’ in preparation for SGA spring election
Ali Costellow, Assistant News Editor • April 11, 2024

The Student Government Association held an “Executive Town Hall” in the senate chambers Wednesday night to provide students running for executive...

OPINION: A love letter to the TikTok creators who are making aging cool
OPINION: A love letter to the TikTok creators who are making aging cool
Debra Murray, Engagement Editor • April 9, 2024

The concept of being young is romanticized so heavily within different forms of media that I think most people probably assume that the most...

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WKU tennis makes program history ahead of C-USA tournament
WKU tennis makes program history ahead of C-USA tournament
Shelby Huelsman, Sports reporter • April 15, 2024

2024 WKU women’s tennis has officially tied the fourth-most wins in program history in a single season with a 14-9 overall record, including...

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