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Members of WKU’s Student Government Association meet on the evening of Tuesday, Jan. 18 2022, at the Student Senate Chambers on the second floor of Downing Student Union. Here, members listen as a member of the executive branch speaks from the podium.
SGA holds first meeting of 2022, passes bill to replenish office of sustainability pantry
Jake Jones, News Reporter • January 18, 2022

The Student Government Association met for the first time in 2022 on Tuesday to discuss a bill regarding the tornado relief effort within the...

Hilltoppers’ head coach Rick Stansbury makes a calming motion to his players during the final seconds of their game against the Alabama State University Hornets at Diddle Arena on Nov. 9, 2021.
Keith Williams and Zion Harmon ruled out for the rest of the season
Kaden Gaylord-Day, Men's basketball reporter • January 18, 2022

The WKU Men’s Basketball team will be without the services of newcomers Keith Williams and Zion Harmon.  According to the Bowling Green...

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