Archive | November 9, 2009

350 attend Journalism Scholars Day; yearbook contest awards presented

Journalism Scholars Day, a 37-year tradition at WKU, attracted more than 350 Kentucky high school journalism students from 16 schools to campus Friday. The four-hour conference included breakout sessions, keynote address, writing contest and yearbook contest awards ceremony. Student media advisers from across Kentucky brought their staffs to attend sessions taught by WKU faculty and […]

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Reetzke crowned Homecoming Queen

Rachel Denise Reetzke, a communication disorders major from Franklin, was crowned WKU’s 2009 Homecoming Queen on Saturday night. Reetzke, the daughter of Dan and Denise Reetzke, was sponsored by Chi Omega and Kappa Alpha Order. First runner-up was Lindsey Houchin, an English and allied language arts major from Bowling Green. She is the daughter of […]

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‘Dynasty of Dimes’ topic of presentation on Beech Bend Park’s Charles Garvin

WKU Libraries’ Kentucky Live series features attorney and former Beech Bend Publicist Robert Dickey to discuss Charles Garvin: Dynasty of Dimes at 7 p.m. Thursday (Nov. 12) at Barnes & Noble. Dickey attended WKU and graduated from Centre College.  Following a stint in the Marines and a hitch as a reporter for the Bowling Green […]

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Kell to open Potter College lectures

Dr. Carl Kell, communication professor at WKU, will discuss his books on the takeover of the Southern Baptist Convention on Monday (Nov. 9) as the opening speaker in Arts & Letters: The Potter College Faculty Lecture Series. Dr. Kell’s lecture Onward Christian Soldiers – A Rhetorical History of the Southern Baptist Convention Holy War will […]

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