When I arrived on WKU’s campus as a freshman in the fall of 2015, it took me less than a week to find my way to the Student Publications office to ask if I could write for the College Heights Herald. I walked in, sat down with the sports editor at the time and a few minutes into our conversa…

In case you didn’t know, today’s edition of the Herald is the last one before our eternally-long winter break begins. So get to reading!If you’ve been reading all semester, I sincerely thank you for picking up the Herald and staying up to date on the most important news on the Hill week in a…

As is tradition, the College Heights Herald editorial board gives out Christmas gifts to those most important in our lives, regardless of whether they’ve been naughty or nice. Enjoy your gifts, and the last issue of the semester. Thanks for all the great content — we mean it.

WKU recently rolled out a new policy to make campus smoke- and tobacco-free, but a number of students feel the new smoke-free campus policy, which goes into effect Jan. 1, 2020, can’t or won’t be enforced properly, which will lead to no change.

Evil was still lurking the night after Halloween in the form of three shredding bands who put on a display at The A-Frame.The Bowling Green area heavy metal scene is one that is overlooked and unknown to a lot of music fans who call Warren County home. On Friday night, though, the turnout wa…

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