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It’s usually a given when you start your undergrad years that you’ll seek out “the college experience.” This might encompass eye-opening conversations with people from diverse backgrounds, living for the night after having a few too many adult beverages at a frat party, or using candy and fr…

Being in the middle of my last semester, I’m capable of looking back on my years in college and recognizing all the mistakes I’ve made. From transferring twice, which means I’ve attended three schools in three cities, to never utilizing the library to its full potential, I’ve made a range of…

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When you live on campus, issues are sure to arise. Whether it’s a roommate conflict, broken furniture or a toilet with water that won’t stop rising, the transition to independence can be difficult. Luckily, on-campus residents have someone to make this transition go smoothly: their resident …

Not all sororities at WKU have a large house full of rooms ready for all its members like some sororities might have at bigger universities. One residence hall in particular is designated for sororities with small chapter houses to give members a similar experience to living in the house.

I’ve never quite understood the idiom “home is where the heart is.” At face value, it simply means that wherever you experience love and happiness is where your physical or metaphorical home is.

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