Issue: Following a recent viral video on Twitter of some members of WKU’s Alpha Xi Delta chapter singing along to Saweetie’s “My Type,” which includes the use of a racial slur, some white people have made it clear on social media that they believe it is acceptable to use this language depend…

It’s not always common for newspapers to respond directly to their audiences when it comes to criticism of coverage, but I wanted to do exactly that by addressing one of the biggest questions we got last week.Our coverage of the video in which several members of Alpha Xi Delta used a racial …

“Joker” arrived in theaters as one of the most anticipated films of 2019, but its abundant faults and poorly planned concept cause it to be the first big disappointment of the fall movie season.

Sunday afternoon was a scorcher ⁠— a sizzling 95 degrees ⁠— but this didn’t stop headbangers from flocking to the Highland Festival Grounds near downtown Louisville for Louder Than Life, a local rock festival now in its sixth year.

Issue: With WKU’s recent downturn in enrollment, the university has decided to alter the way it awards scholarships by adding $5 millionin funding and ceasing to consider ACT scores in the majority of given scholarships.Our stance: WKU has made a terrific decision in helping out students in …

The new bus routes on campus are equally confusing and frustrating, as returning students who were accustomed to the old bus routes and their names are finding it difficult to adjust to the new ones.The changes came about due to budget restrictions, but the revised strategy has been far from…

The building was quiet, almost empty while a few people were mulling around stage.Music was supposed to start at 9:30 p.m., but the clock was a couple minutes past 10 p.m., and there were no musicians on stage. Sixth Floor was the first band up.Dead silence filled the air as the four men fro…

Issue: 48,000 members of United Automobile Workers (UAW), including nearly 1,000 at the General Motors Bowling Green Assembly plant, are striking against General Motors (GM) in order to obtain improved benefits.Our stance: The College Heights Herald supports UAW striking and believes they de…

Issue: KentuckyWired — the state-sponsored program meant to bring higher speed internet throughout the Common- wealth — recently finished installation in eastern Kentucky, but delays and wasted funds during a pension crisis have proven to be costly.Our stance: While the effort to raise the s…

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