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Sophomore broadcasting and communication studies student Anna Grace Castor, poses for photos with an alpaca from Happy Herd Farm on Wednesday, March 29, 2023 during the Market on the Avenue event held at Centennial Plaza.
Market on the Avenue brings local vendors to campus
Izzy Lanuza, News reporter • March 29, 2023

Local Bowling Green vendors set up shop at Centennial Plaza on Wednesday, March 29 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. for WKU students to visit this year’s...

SUBMITTED: It cant hurt to start preparing for finals now
SUBMITTED: It can't hurt to start preparing for finals now
Karl Laves March 23, 2023

I know it sounds goofy, but start now to prepare for finals. Let’s be honest, most of us tend to put things off until later, or even the...

Herald Magazine – Vol. 98, No. 5
Freshman Riley Grindstaff of the WKU Hilltoppers men’s golf team plays a qualifying round at Bowling Green Country Club on Sept. 17, 2021.
WKU Men's Golf places 3rd; Hofman earns C-USA Golfer of the Week
Camden Bush March 29, 2023

WKU Men’s Golf competed in Craft Farms Intercollegiate Tournament March 26-28 and placed 3rd in the field. The event was played at Craft Farms...

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