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- EDITORIAL: Send students home: WKU's campus isn't safe
- Faculty Senate meeting leads to discussion of non-renewal of math department head's contract
- WKU reports 36 new cases of COVID-19
- WKU announces new tuition program for future Kentucky Pell-Grant recipients
- UK eliminates spring break, will WKU?
- Nursing students employed at on-campus clinic assist with COVID-19 testing
- WKU reports 37 new cases this period, 20 students currently quarantining on campus
- What you need to know: How to get into home opener against Liberty
- WKU recommends Midtown residents who attended pool party to 'limit exposure' to others and get tested
- Amy McGrath makes stop at WKU, emphasizing college vote