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Looking at his family, a life in government service seemed inevitable for WKU senior Noah Stevens. From growing up in Elizabethtown near Fort Knox and... [Read More]
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The WKU University Senate held its monthly meeting Thursday afternoon to discuss potentially later class times, additions to the Colonnade connections courses and student voting. [Read More]
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A grant application to revitalize Bowling Green's riverfront area was passed unanimously on Sept. 4 at the city commission meeting. [Read More]
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In an effort to prioritize other university brands and to promote brand consistency, WKU is in the process of removing white squirrel images from different... [Read More]
Over the summer President Timothy Caboni visited 31 different Kentucky counties, met with educators, county officials and local business owners to improve recruitment and retention. [Read More]
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A grant application to revitalize Bowling Green's riverfront area was approved Tuesday at the City Commission meeting. [Read More]
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WKU's Confucius Institute and Chinese Flagship program will not be affected by a bill signed by President Donald Trump earlier in August involving Confucius Institutes.... [Read More]
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An accident outside of the Registry Apartments resulted in two minor injuries and a fire early Wednesday night. [Read More]
The University Senate welcomed new provost Terry Ballman during its first meeting of the 2018-2019 school year. [Read More]
President Timothy Caboni has released the budget stabilization plan, which will eliminate 10 filled staff positions and 20 currently vacant positions, cutting an estimated $14... [Read More]
The WKU Strategic Planning Committee held an open form today to present a draft of the Strategic Plan. [Read More]
A potential budget model for WKU was presented at the Board of Regents meeting today. [Read More]
Two WKU students have been awarded highly selective fellowships. [Read More]
A new center focused on retention, graduation and overall student success held its grand opening Monday. [Read More]
Following recommendations from the Budget Council, WKU's regional campuses will change to a shared service central model under the Division of Extended Learning and Outreach... [Read More]
Attorneys representing both the College Heights Herald and WKU will appear in court Friday, April 6, to present oral arguments concerning the ongoing lawsuit between... [Read More]
Hundreds of people from counties around Kentucky gathered in Frankfort on Monday to protest the recently passed Senate Bill 151, a water sewage bill that... [Read More]
A resolution to the current world language proficiency requirement was approved Thursday by the University Senate to begin the process to implement an online placement... [Read More]
The Budget Council's $15 million reduction to address WKU's current budget deficit included the elimination of University College, a cut of over $1.3 million to... [Read More]
WKU students in Bowling Green will see their food fee increase to $150 per semester next fall, and future increases will bring the fee to... [Read More]
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