The Community Farmers Market on Saturday held a holiday market featuring numerous food and gift vendors, offering local businesses an opportunity to sell goods during a difficult year.
Sandra Hurley wakes up before the sun has risen everyday to go to work on a college campus, pouring coffee and making bagels for the over 15,000 faculty members and students who call the university home during the academic year.Hurley, manager of Einstein Bros. Ba- gels, has lived this reali…
There are two types of people in the world: the ones that celebrate Thanksgiving season in November and the ones that skip straight to Christmas.
Ghosts slipping through the in-between to make appearances to mortals is no new phenomenon — people have been reporting seeing spirits for hundreds of years. Spectors appear in photographs, objects are moved from their original places without being touched and sometimes the supernatural assa…
Editor's note: A previous version of this story incorrectly called the BSA vice president Dailyn Tichno instead of Dailyn Tichenor. Other grammar and wordiness corrections have been made. The Herald regrets this error.
In a small gym tucked to the side of 31-W Bypass, people are constantly fighting. They are fighting to tie their shoes, to write with ease and to rise up on their tip-toes — all simple skills individuals without Parkinson’s disease often take for granted.
In March, students participating in study abroad programs at WKU were sent home due to the coronavirus pandemic. Students who planned to study abroad over the summer and this fall were unable to travel, and it is uncertain when they will be able to do so.
Editor's note: A previous version of this story incorrectly stated Queer Student Association. It is actually called the Queer Student Union. The Herald regrets this error.
Market on the Avenue was held at Centennial Plaza Wednesday with tables for vendors from local farmer’s markets as well as offices from WKU for students to participate in some autumnal activities and giveaways.