ICYMI: Here’s our top five clips from this week

Herald Staff

Didn’t get a chance to pick up a paper this week? No worries. We’ve got you covered. Here’s what you missed.

1. Tompkinsville junior Morgan Taylor was 5 years old when she hacked into a school’s database while visiting her father, a teacher, at work. From then on, Taylor’s love for technology developed and expanded. Now, she has designed a cyber defense major for herself. 

2. Princesses, pink balloons, music and dancing: many little girls’ dream. Check out our photo gallery of the fourth annual Princess Tea, which was held at Christ Episcopal Church last Sunday.

3. A cheese production facility located in the Taylor Center on WKU’s University Farm is expected to be completed early this March. The cheese lab, which has been in the works for about four years, is the brainchild of Jack Rudolph, a professor of Agricultural Education.

4. Our photo gallery of the baseball team’s opening weekend landed fourth on this week’s top most viewed clips.

5. WKU softball faced off against Missouri State and Austin Peay University last weekend in four total games, finishing with two losses on Friday and two victories on Saturday.