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Students, faculty and staff members came together Friday to discuss misconceptions of Islam and to remember those killed last week in the New Zealand attack. [Read More]
The WKU women's basketball team advanced to the Round of 32 in the Postseason Women's National Invitation Tournament on Thursday evening, erasing an 11-point deficit... [Read More]
Rigorous debate ensued at the University Senate meeting Thursday, surrounding a revision for the Senate budget for fiscal year 2019. [Read More]
Former WKU basketball player Cliff Dixon was shot and killed near Atlanta Thursday morning, according to the Chamblee Police Department. [Read More]
Two reporters from the Cincinnati Enquirer shared their experience reporting on the drug problems in Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati on Wednesday. [Read More]
After having no NFL Draft Combine participants, WKU football's seniors showcased their talents at the program's annual pro day Wednesday. [Read More]
"A musical about two guys writing a musical about two guys writing a musical" and how to survive the zombie apocalypse. [Read More]
Cara Owsley, left, and Amy Wilson, right, from the Cincinnati Inquirer discuss their Pulitzer Prize winning project "Seven Days of Heroin" to students in the... [Read More]
WKU's three-game win streak ended Tuesday night against Austin Peay (9-9) after a 5-3 loss. [Read More]
Students and community members attended this month's Social Justice Salon on Tuesday which featured a discussion about gendered practices in South Africa. [Read More]
Director of Parking and Transportation Jennifer Tougas presented to the Student Government Association Tuesday several new changes to campus transport services aimed at improving current... [Read More]
The College of Health and Human Services hosted a forum for their ongoing search for a new dean after interim Dean Dennis George finishes his... [Read More]
WKU faculty and staff were notified on March 12 of two new initiatives that have been launched as part of President Timothy Caboni's 10-year strategic... [Read More]
The Mayor of Christchurch Lianne Dalziel tells Christiane Amanpour how she plans to unite her community in the aftermath of the Christchurch terror attack. [Read More]
Amid the ongoing budget concerns and rising tuition at WKU, the university recently spent over $47,000 on a staff office renovation.Between December 2018 and early... [Read More]
WKU alumnus Emmanuel "Gift" Clack, a self-described freelance entrepreneur, said his life changed forever when he shattered his ankle during a basketball game at the... [Read More]
New evidence has been filed in former Student Government Association President Andi Dahmer's lawsuit against WKU, with Dahmer requesting to add retaliation among other allegations... [Read More]
Some have been "moo'd" at like they were cows or called Dalmatians. Others have been teased or picked on, some depigmented themselves to speed up... [Read More]
The new WKU Commons project, which is set to start construction later this spring, has received both praise and concern from students. [Read More]
Western Kentucky University, my alma mater, is facing a really tough set of decisions as it significantly reduces the budget. This includes suspending a range... [Read More]
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