This September, I finally made the leap to get my nose pierced. I wandered into a piercing shop with one of my best friends and let a complete stranger stick a needle into my right nostril.
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Philosophy 211, “Why Are Bad People Bad?” is a unique course seeking to provoke in-depth discussion and analysis about negative human behavior. The course is taught by professor Audrey Anton, who has been teaching at WKU since 2015.
The sociology and criminology department is hosting an employee book club to encourage discussion of race and its present-day relevance. The club is co-sponsored by the Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning and the office of the dean of students.
Halloween is here(!), which means people are scrambling to find last-minute costumes. Instead of pulling out your old black leggings and cat ears, why not opt for something a little cooler?
The earliest memory I have of Halloween is dressing up as a University of Kentucky cheerleader. Though this is the first costume I remember distinctly, boy — did I wear some weird things for Halloween as a kid.
Every year, I find myself wandering through the aisles of stores gazing at all of the wonderful Halloween decorations I can’t have. The fact is sometimes money is tight, and we can’t afford to splurge on cute decorations we’ll only use once a year.
There’s finally a crispness to the fall air, and people can now switch from their iced lattes to hot coffee. Bowling Green residents now have more than just one coffee shop from whom to buy their favorite fall-flavored drinks. As of the beginning of the semester, Q Coffee Emporium joined Spe…
While coffee has its perks, there’s something about tea that keeps me coming back. There’s just nothing like sitting down at the end of the day with a nice cup of tea.