Bowling Green's history with development and gentrification is often forgotten.According to the Urban Displacement Project, gentrification is neighborhood development that facilitates economic change by means of real estate investment, resulting in new higher-income residents movingin and de…
WKU students who do not have a meal plan have continued to pay a $300 food expense despite the unusual conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic.A full-time WKU student who, lives off campus, opts out of a student meal plan and continues to take at least three in-person courses on the Bowling Gree…
During a tour of the skeleton structure of the new WKU Commons at Helm Library, WKU President Tim Caboni announced an exciting new lineup a food-restaurants that will soon fill the space. The Commons is a 35-million-dollar project that began in January 2020, it has been a buzz on campus ever since.
Many WKU students spent their snow days sledding down the various hills on campus. Trash and debris is being revealed now that the snow is melting and the Facilities Management Grounds Crew is working to clean it up.
WKU Parking and Transportation Services announced their new electronic bus passes Friday in partnership with GO bg Transit.
The School of Media is currently more short staff than it has ever been before with several instructors retiring or resigning from their positions, according to Ron Demarse, interim head of the School of Media.
WKU announced changes to COVID-19 housing and quarantine policies to more accurately provide for and protect students on campus during the upcoming semester.
Topper Transit is returning transit service to the academic corridor of campus and destinations such as Gary Ransdell Hall, ES&T, and Cherry Hall.