Archive | September, 2008

Event to raise funds for autism program

Stars from across the professional sports and entertainment industries will be in Bowling Green Oct. 20-21 to raise funds for autism in the Campbell Chevrolet Celebrity Classic. PGA Champion John Daly and country blues rocker Steve Azar headline a list of more than 30 celebrities participating in the golf tournament and concert. Others include: Chuck […]

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Gatton Academy to host information session in Hopkinsville on Oct. 6

Representatives of the Carol Martin Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science in Kentucky at WKU will conduct an informational meeting for high school students and their parents as well as interested community members on Monday (Oct. 6) in Hopkinsville. The session will be held at 6 p.m. at Hopkinsville Community and Technical College in room […]

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3 Caverna High School graduates receive Garrison Scholarships

Three graduates of Caverna High School have received the Glenn R. and Joan B. Garrison Scholarship at WKU. WKU freshmen Hillary Lauren Curd of Horse Cave, Katlin Elizabeth Payton of Cave City and Holly Hatcher of Cave City are the 2008-09 recipients of the Garrison Scholarship. The awards are made possible by a scholarship fund […]

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Ransdell presents ESPY to Rogers

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Carpooling/ride sharing program added to WKU transportation alternatives

WKU Parking & Transportation Services announced the launch of a new ride share program called AlterNetRides. This system not only assists commuters traveling to and from campus to connect, it will also allow people to post rides to anywhere in the country. AlterNetRides is fast becoming a premier web site for carpooling/ride sharing. It is […]

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Upcoming events

Kaleidoscope book fair: Kaleidoscope is hosting a Book Fair and Arts Day from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday (Sept. 27) at Barnes & Noble on Campbell Lane for youth and adults of all ages. Featured workshops, hosted by the staff of Kaleidoscope, include: Dance, Drumming, Creative Writing, Visual Arts and Book Making. A portion […]

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13th Agriculture Safety Day Sept. 25

The 13th Annual Warren County Progressive Agriculture Safety Day is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday (Sept. 25) at WKU’s L.D. Brown Agricultural Exposition Center. The Agriculture Safety Day is sponsored locally by the Kentucky Partnership for Farm Family Health and Safety and co-sponsored by the South Central Area Health Education Center (AHEC) […]

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Faculty, student, alumni news

Student Activities: Rachel Reetzke, a Franklin junior and a communication disorders major, has been selected as part of the American Cancer Society Relay Advisory Team for collegiate events. She will serve with members from a six-state division working to promote collegiate and youth relay events and will be a facilitator for the Youth Division Leadership […]

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Geology students attend fossil festival

Nearly 30 undergraduate students enrolled in introductory geology field methods and paleontology participated in a “fossil and mineral dig” as part of the Falls of the Ohio State Park’s annual Fossil Festival this past weekend in Clarksville, Ind., across the river from downtown Louisville. The Falls area is famed as a high biodiversity zone associated […]

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Congratulations to Kenny Perry

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Constitution Week activities

WKU’s Political Engagement Project’s “Get on the Bus: Forty Years of Political Activism” theme has rolled on during Constitution Week Sept. 15-19. Here are some photos from the various Constitution Week civic engagement opportunities, which included lectures, film presentations, art exhibits and a voter registration drive.

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Hilltoppers face Murray State on Saturday night at renovated stadium

The Hilltoppers (1-2) host Murray State (1-2) in the first game at renovated Houchens Industries-L.T. Smith Stadium on Saturday night. Kickoff is set for 6 p.m. Click here for a tailgating map and postgame traffic flow map. Saturday’s game is also “White Out” night with WKU fans encouraged to wear white. In pregame notes, Coach […]

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