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Members of the University Senate discussed a possible cost increase to the $75 meal plan decline balance fee for students during their meeting Thursday. [Read More]
WKU's Pride Center has a new, centralized campus location. [Read More]
The WKU Strategic Planning Committee held an open forum Monday where one of the committees said its objective is to decrease incidents of bias by... [Read More]
The WKU student-run White Squirrel Weather was recently included in AtmoLife's top 100 meteorology Twitter accounts. [Read More]
The operation of a not-for-profit organization that provides care for children and enrichment activities for adults is in jeopardy of being cut because of the... [Read More]
The Kentucky Mesonet at WKU is just one of the programs under threat if Gov. Matt Bevin's recently proposed two-year state budget passes. [Read More]
This marks the first semester since a resolution was passed changing the foreign language requirement at WKU. This resolution, passed in December, allowed students to... [Read More]
President Timothy Caboni estimated that WKU could have a budget deficit of almost $40 million, if statewide budget cuts proposed by Gov. Matt Bevin go... [Read More]
The University Senate held its first meeting of 2018 on Jan. 18, where members voted to approve changes to the Senate charter's language about election... [Read More]
Former WKU journalism professor James Ausenbaugh died Monday at the age of 90. [Read More]
Last week, different departments across campus received information on how much of their carry forward funds would be returned or reallocated. [Read More]
The WKU College Republicans hosted current Kentucky Lt. Gov. Jenean Hampton on Monday in a town hall to discuss her role in the government as... [Read More]
The WKU Center for Citizenship and Social Justice, or CCSJ, hosted an open discussion about the effects of global climate change on Thursday afternoon. [Read More]
Republican lawmakers in the House of Representative are proposing a tax reform bill that has been largely opposed by higher education institutions. [Read More]
President Timothy Caboni visited the weekly Student Government Association meeting on Tuesday night, speaking on the importance of the newly formed strategic planning committee. [Read More]
Former Dean of Libraries Connie Foster is being honored with a scholarship endowment in her name to benefit students employed as library student assistants. [Read More]
Vertical Excape Climbing Center will host "Climb for a Cause" in Bowling Green on Saturday, Nov. 11, to raise money for hurricane relief in Miami,... [Read More]
WKU has reported a 3 percent decrease in total enrollment, according to the Fall 2017 Enrollment Report provided by the Office of Institutional Research. [Read More]
A recent poll conducted by WKU's Social Science Research Center, or SSRC, showed that 50 percent of Kentucky residents surveyed indicated they approved of President... [Read More]
The WKU Global Undergraduate Program, or UGRAD, is hosting its third student this semester from Pakistan. [Read More]