WKU-Glasgow will host the 2012 Barren River Regional FFA Day Finals at the Glasgow Regional Center on Wednesday (March 7). The annual event will draw about 350 students from 14 local schools to compete in agriculture-related contests, culminating in the presentation of awards. The day begins at 9 a.m. at Barren County High School, where […]
Three WKU forensic team members traveled to Columbus and New Concord, Ohio, to compete in the last two invitational tournaments of the season the weekend of March 3-4. This was the last chance to qualify for the national tournaments, which will be held in April. All students made it to a final round in all […]
The Houchens Industries/KHSAA Girls Sweet 16 concludes Saturday (March 10) at WKU’s Diddle Arena. Wednesday, March 7: First-round games — Butler 54, Glasgow 49; Paul Laurence Dunbar 72, Boone County 70 (overtime); DuPont Manual 50, Perry County Central 41; Montgomery County 60, Muhlenberg County 43. Thursday, March 8: First-round games — Hopkinsville 56, Marshall County […]
Kerry Northrup, who holds the Cal Turner Professorship in Multimedia Journalism in WKU’s School of Journalism & Broadcasting, was among the presenters at International Journalism Week 2012, hosted by the Journalism Studies Department of the Abat Oliba CEU University (UAO) in Barcelona. Here is an interview with Northrup about his presentation on NewsGear – The […]
When an ROTC student graduates from WKU, his or her next stop after shaking Dr. Ransdell’s hand could very well be a war zone. In this week’s View from the Hill, Amy Bingham shows us how hands-on training helps prepare them for battle.
After a thrilling 68-63 win over second-seeded UALR Sunday night, WKU prepares for its eighth-straight Sun Belt Conference Tournament semifinal tonight at 8:30 against third-seeded Denver. The Hilltoppers trailed by 13 before scoring 17 unanswered points en route to the quarterfinal win, and by making it to the final four of the conference tournament this […]