Last week, WKU released the first draft of a reopening plan for the upcoming semester. Under the Big Red Restart plan, in-person classes would begin on Aug. 24 and conclude on the Friday before Thanksgiving. Final exams would be conducted virtually. Students would be required to wear a face …
Campus and community leaders in Bowling Green are planning conversations about race and healing as peaceful protests continue in the city this week.
WKU President Timothy Caboni, along with Provost Cheryl Stevens, Assistant Provost for Institutional Effectiveness Molly Kerby, and Director of Student Conduct Michael J. Crowe, sent an email out to students, faculty, and staff on Tuesday that outlined initiatives for curbing racism on campus.
In a press conference on Monday, Gov. Andy Beshear urged the Kentucky State Police to investigate a shooting in Louisville that led to the death of a local restaurant owner early Monday morning.
Demonstrations held Friday night saw hundreds of protestors come out in response to the shooting of Breonna Taylor by Louisville Metro Police Department officers.