Barbara Burch began her time at WKU in the 1950s as an undergraduate student. After completing her degree, she returned to WKU to serve as a professor, provost, faculty regent and even made history as the only woman WKU President when she was briefly interim in 1997.
2019 was a big year for the College Heights Herald. Before the new year, we've reflected back on the stories that left an impact or remained important to this campus. Read our top picks in news, life, sports and opinion below.
On a college campus, it’s easy to get involved in several clubs and activities. It’s equally easy to feel overwhelmed and overworked. Matthew Legendre does not have this problem.
Balancing classes, jobs, homework and a social life can be difficult enough for students. Add in a mission to spark change which could save the world, and you get the daily agenda for members of Sunrise Movement Bowling Green.“The Sunrise Movement is a nation-wide, youth-led movement to get …
Steel drum rhythms reminiscent of Bob Marley fill the colorful shop, tapestries of elephants and Hindu deities line its bright blue walls. On counters left and right, books about marijuana invite curious glances, provoking quite a contrast between that which lies open on a table nearby: a Bible.
Many classes at WKU are outside of the norm and capture the interest of those curious enough to give them a chance. One class studies some of the most feared and notorious creatures on earth: insects.BIOL 325, or Insect Biodiversity, is a course taught by Keith Phillips which examines the in…
Christmas movies are a rare breed for their unrivaled ability to evoke nostalgia and bring family closer. That doesn't mean they're all worth watching, though.
The time has come where you can sit your ramen noodles down, forget about meal swipes and and get some real food. I speak on behalf of college students everywhere when I say the holiday break is a time to take advantage of home cooking.
In case you missed the memo, it’s the holiday season! Hooray! For most, that means finding your way back home to the dinners, game nights and other mostly awkward rituals that come with the season.
November and December are heavily associated with holidays, as Thanksgiving and Christmas often get the most attention in the U.S. There are several other holidays during this time of year, however, that you may not know a lot about unless you are a part of the groups celebrating them.
As Thanksgiving approaches, the excitement (or lack thereof) of spending time with family and friends draws near. Perhaps what’s more exciting is the good food.