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President Timothy Caboni listens in at the Board of Regents quarterly meeting on May, 2.
WKU faculty cite low pay, lack of transparency as factors in low morale
Cameron Shaw, News Reporter • May 21, 2024

For the sixth consecutive year, the WKU faculty-work life survey results revealed that morale among faculty is “very poor,” a product of...

Lindens Cut: Five films to watch for this summer
Linden's Cut: Five films to watch for this summer
Linden Lansberry, Commentary writer • April 30, 2024

The Summer season is coming up fast and it’s guaranteed to bring a series of diverse films for the big screen. From drama to comedy to action,...

Herald magazine | Vol. 99, No. 6
WKU Baseball eliminated from C-USA tournament
WKU Baseball eliminated from C-USA tournament
Camden Bush, Sports reporter • May 26, 2024

WKU Baseball’s season came to a close May 25 with a 7-5 loss to Dallas Baptist in the Conference-USA Tournament Semifinals. The Hilltoppers...

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