Parking and Transportation Services announced in a press release earlier this week the changes to Topper Transit for the fall semester in an effort to increase public safety and social distancing.
With the fall semester closely approaching and questions from faculty and staff still unanswered, several members of the president's cabinet gathered for an open forum Monday afternoon on Zoom to address those questions and to further discuss the WKU Big Red Restart plan.
What was once a project for a summer class at WKU turned into a bigger look into local history and racial injustice in Bowling Green.
With residence halls opening up at full capacity, students choosing to live in dorms will face modifications to help guarantee safety and still give them an experience.
Marking a turning point in the construction of the WKU Commons at Helm Library, onlookers watched today as workers installed a 25-foot-long beam meant to support the building.
As a trial run for the fall, the Information Technology service at WKU opened the computer lab at Jody Richards Hall for use Monday in hopes to be prepared for the upcoming fall semester. According to Assistant Vice President Greg Hackbarth, the service is using the trial to gain experience …
Dr. Elizabeth Gish, former associate professor and interim department head of Philosophy and Religion, has resigned and will continue on her work at the Kettering Foundation.
Parking and Transportation Services has launched a new customer service curb-side check-in process, which will be required for any customer who chooses to come to the office.