When the novel coronavirus started spreading across the country, Chris Page had to shut down his Shake Rag Barbershop in Bowling Green for nine long weeks.
EDITOR'S NOTE: An earlier version of this story included the wrong word in a quote from Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Charles Booker. Booker criticized Republican incumbent U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell as "getting bought off by big pharma," not big farmers. The story also misspelled McConnel…
This chicken stew isn’t like other stews—it’s actually easy. It’s made for beginners that are just now learning to cook due to quarantine. And, it doesn’t require a lot of ingredients, so it’s affordable and great for quarantine because most of the ingredients probably don’t need to be picke…
This semester has definitely been one for the books. While everyone is getting used to this new normal, the Herald’s features staff is already thinking about what they are going to do first when they get back to campus. Here are a few of their responses.
The WKU class of 2020 has undoubtedly had a rough semester. The transition to an entirely online college experience means that seniors did not have many of the bitter-sweet final moments that they have been promised since freshman year.
Being stuck inside and isolated from the world can feel gloomy. If you’re like me, listening to music is an essential part of everyday life, and it can lift your spirits. Here is a humorous playlist of quarantine songs to lighten the mood.
This summer is inevitably going to look different for everyone. While the country moves toward reopening, guidelines are still in place to keep people quarantined and six feet apart. Summer will have to be reimagined.
Gov. Beshear recently announced that Kentucky will begin reopening in phases, but social distancing guidelines still remain in effect, which means summer will still look different this year than it has in the past. With that in mind, trying to figure out how to spend those long summer days m…
With many online courses meeting through Zoom, we’ve been getting a glimpse into the lives of our peers… Whether we want to or not. Video conferencing in these unprecedented times can be rather interesting. Which Zoom personality are you?
WKU’s Class of 2020 should have been walking across the stage at commencement this Saturday – a formal ending to signal the beginning of a new chapter.
There are people who enjoy the weather, and then there are the people who run White Squirrel Weather (WSWX). WKU’s weather observation network, which was founded in 2016, has not slowed down much since social distancing and sheltering-at-home orders were put in place this spring.