Archive | October 12, 2010

WKU to honor Family of the Year

Barry and Karen White and their children Mitchell and Morgan will be honored Saturday as the WKU Family of the Year. “Certainly it’s a huge honor for us,” Barry White said. The Whites, who live in Alvaton, were nominated by their son, Mitchell, who is a senior at WKU. “I’ve been raised a Hilltopper from […]

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Mesonet adds station in Pike County

The Kentucky Mesonet is expanding its weather and climate monitoring network to Pike County. A Mesonet station has been installed at a Kentucky Educational Television transmission tower near Dorton in southern Pike County. “This station is a high elevation site that should help us to identify some more extreme weather conditions, including wind speeds,” said […]

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‘Game Day and God’ author featured in Potter College lecture on Oct. 18

Dr. Eric Bain-Selbo, associate professor and department head of Philosophy and Religion at WKU, will discuss his book on the religious aspects of football for people in the South on Monday (Oct. 18) as the fall 2010 faculty lecturer in Arts & Letters: The Potter College Faculty Lecture Series. Dr. Bain-Selbo’s lecture Game Day and […]

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Sugarcane farmer from Paraguay to visit WKU Oct. 15 on ‘A Sweeter Deal’ tour

Francisco Ferreira, president of Cañera del Sur Sugar Cooperative and sugarcane farmer in Iturbe, Paraguay, will speak at WKU on Friday (Oct. 15) as part of a nationwide tour called “A Sweeter Deal.” The presentation will take place from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the Mass Media and Technology Hall Auditorium. A reception will […]

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