Archive | April 29, 2009

Student group plans hunger banquet

Most banquets serve you with a tasty dinner and leave you with a full stomach. The banquet this Thursday will leave participants with a different experience. Americans for Informed Democracy and the Golden Key International Honour Society are hosting WKU’s first annual Hunger Banquet at 6:30 p.m. April 30 at the Faculty House. Those attending […]

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WKU team 2nd in advertising contest

Students in WKU’s Advertising Program placed second in the 2009 National Student Advertising Competition’s District Five Competition on April 25. WKU’s team of Ashton Biggers of Glasgow, David Gray of Princeton, Tori Burton of Fort Stewart, Ga., Adam Faragalli of Nashville, Tenn., and Bryce Hall of Santa Clara, Calif., was among teams from 11 schools […]

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Health Services says follow precautions to protect against swine flu virus

While no cases of swine flu have been reported in Kentucky, the director of WKU’s Health Services recommends following all well-established universal precautions for avoiding any type of flu. Libby Greaney said those precautions include thoroughly washing your hands, covering your mouth with a tissue during a cough or sneeze, or sneezing or coughing into […]

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Meteorology student’s presentations earn recognition at regional conference

Astrid Suárez González, a junior Meteorology major in WKU’s Department of Geography and Geology, was honored last weekend by the Kentucky-West Virginia Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation. González, originally from Louisville, was recognized for her oral and poster presentations at the group’s 2009 Student Research Symposium at Stonewall Jackson State Resort in Roanoke, W.Va. […]

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