A WKU Geography professor is once again having his expertise tapped on a global scale. In this week’s View from the Hill, Amy Bingham tells us about Dr. John All’s latest research expedition .
The Pre-College Strings Program announces two performances in September and a book fair to benefit their partner, The Symphony. On Saturday, Sept. 10, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Concertmaster Noah Bendix-Balgley will be featured as a guest artist, performing with the artist-faculty and WKU Strings at the Allen County-Scottsville Arts on Main Summer Concert Series from 7-9 […]
Rick Medlin, President and CEO of Fruit of the Loom Inc., announced today (Sept. 1) a substantial endowment to WKU to establish the John B. Holland Fruit of the Loom Student Scholarship. The scholarship, funded through the WKU Foundation, will provide tuition assistance ($4,000 per year) for two WKU students annually, beginning with the fall […]
Miss Kentucky 2011 Ann-Blair Thornton, a WKU senior, attended a homecoming reception Aug. 31 at the Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce. WKU President Gary Ransdell was among those participating in the event. Thornton, daughter of Steve and Terri Thornton, will compete in the Miss America pageant on Jan. 14 in Las Vegas. Additional photos […]
Tickets go on sale Sept. 9 for WKU’s Homecoming concert featuring country artist Luke Bryan. The CMT on Tour’s “Luke Bryan: Tailgates & Tanlines 2011” show on Oct. 20 at Diddle Arena will include country artists Lee Brice, Josh Thompson and CMT’s Next Superstar winner Matt Mason. The concert will begin at 7 p.m.; doors […]