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To celebrate Juneteenth becoming a national holiday, local vendors and keynote speakers gathered at SOKY Marketplace.
Black members of the WKU community share their thoughts on Juneteenth
Debra Murray, Digital News Editor • June 19, 2021

On the first national holiday to mark Juneteenth – the day in 1865 that slaves in Texas finally learned they had been freed through the Emancipation...

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Alcorn State Baseball's Tristin Garcia transfers to WKU
Wyatt Sparkman, Baseball Reporter • June 18, 2021

Alcorn State sophomore Tristin Garcia announced via his Twitter that he will be transferring to WKU for the 2022 baseball season. He was named...

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