Supper and Sounds opened with a welcoming social atmosphere. The air was filled with sounds of families out for the night and the mellow tones of Creedence Clearwater Revival or the Eagles from a man with his guitar. The outdoor seating helped alleviate pandemic worries and provided a break …
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Class registration is here and WKU offers various interesting classes for students to take. Here are five classes to take next semester if you need to add hours to your schedule.
Fairen Harris, author, body positive activist and creator of Love Thy Belly, pushes for people to love their full self regardless of weight.
Long distance relationships were already considered difficult before the COVID-19 pandemic. With the amount of travel, money and planning involved in a long distance relationship, COVID-19 added a new obstacle for many couples to overcome.
With the weather warming up, Warren County has many parks for people to take a walk, play a sport, or just relax. Here are the Herald’s picks for the five best parks in Warren County.
In 1964, Chris Groves was a 6 year old in Maryland flipping through a national geographic magazine that he received through a subscription from his Grandmother.
Kendra Stevenson, a junior at WKU, used her time in quarantine to turn her passion for bullet journaling into a thriving business — Sticky K’s.
Women’s History Month has come to an end, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to stop celebrating great women. One way to recognize both the amazing accomplishments of women and the many setbacks women have faced throughout history is through reading about them.