Archive | February 9, 2011

WKU weather alert for Feb. 10

Here is a WKU weather alert: WKU-Glasgow campus will be closed Thursday (Feb. 10). WKU’s Bowling Green campuses will open at noon Thursday (Feb. 10). Classes resume at 12:45 p.m. Topper Transit service begins at 12:15 p.m. WKU’s Owensboro campus also will open at noon Thursday (Feb. 10); WKU’s Elizabethtown/Radcliff/Fort Knox campuses will open at […]

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WKU weather alert for Feb. 9

Here is a WKU weather alert: WKU campuses in Bowling Green are closing at 2 p.m. Wednesday (Feb. 9). Night classes for Wednesday (Feb. 9) are canceled for WKU campuses in Bowling Green, Elizabethtown/Radcliff/Fort Knox, Glasgow, Owensboro. Topper Transit will continue to run a reduced schedule until 3 p.m. Wednesday (Feb. 9). The Green Line […]

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WKU student named Kappa Delta chapter development consultant

Lindsey Houchin, a WKU senior from Bowling Green, has been selected one of seven 2010-11 chapter development consultants for Kappa Delta Sorority. Houchin, an English major and member of the Delta Gamma chapter at WKU, will travel from August 2011 through March 2012 working to establish new chapters as well as aiding Kappa Delta’s current […]

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‘Fair Trade Universities’ national conference March 18-20 at WKU

United Students for Fair Trade (USFT) will host its 7th Annual National Convergence March 18-20 at WKU. This year’s theme is “Igniting a Movement: Fair Trade Universities” and organizers of the three-day conference hope to bring together more than 100 of the nation’s top student leaders working on Fair Trade for a weekend filled with […]

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Winners announced in immunization promotion contest

Nine high school students from Bowling Green and Warren County have been honored for their promotion of meningitis immunizations. Let’s Immunize Very Early (LIVE) Coalition, a group of health professionals in Warren County, sponsored the contest during the fall and announced the winners this month. The five high schools identified student organizations to run the […]

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