Archive | October, 2010

WKU Basketball Media Day

Hear what WKU basketball coaches and players have to say about the upcoming season.  

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Exhibit, First Amendment discussion mark ACLU’s 90th anniversary

WKU is one of three locations in Kentucky to host a traveling exhibit on the 90th anniversary of the American Civil Liberties Union and its litigation on behalf of First Amendment causes. It covers the “greatest hits” of the ACLU’s famous Supreme Court cases, from the era of the Palmer Raids to the recent Guantanamo […]

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Students in WKU horticulture class will work on floats for Rose Parade

WKU Study Away is helping students experience the diverse opportunities available in the horticulture industry. In late December and early January, Horticulture 475 will take students to California, where they will create floral arrangements for the Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena. Students will then visit Napa Valley area vineyards, tour Golden Gate Botanical Gardens […]

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Cancer group, School of Nursing to present Incredible Colon exhibit Oct. 30

Kentucky Cancer Program and WKU’s School of Nursing will feature the Incredible Colon as a pregame activity during Homecoming from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday (Oct. 30) outside the Academic Complex. The Incredible Colon is a giant, inflatable, interactive and educational exhibit that provides visitors with an opportunity to learn about colon cancer, including […]

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Traffic patterns, street closings, parking changes for Homecoming parade

The Citizens First Homecoming parade will be held from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. Friday (Oct. 29). The parade begins on College Heights Boulevard near Parking Structure 1, travels up College Heights Boulevard to the traffic light at State Street, then turns left onto State Street and travels to Fountain Square Park where it concludes. […]

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WKU Libraries will forgive student fines as part of November food drive

Beginning Monday (Nov. 1), WKU Libraries will accept food donations for a local food pantry in exchange for overdue library fines. “For every food item brought to Cravens 4th floor, we will forgive $1 of the student’s fines up to $15,” said Paula Bowles, Library Public Services Circulation Assistant. “We look at it as a […]

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Harry Potter Night coming up Nov. 12 at Kentucky Museum

In conjunction with the November release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows, the Kentucky Museum will be holding a Harry Potter Night from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Nov. 12. The free event on WKU’s campus is for Harry Potter fans of all ages. Fans of the J.K. Rowling series will be sorted into […]

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Severe weather clearing area

Severe weather has cleared from the immediate Bowling Green area as storms continue moving to the east. The WKU main campus should be clear. A tornado watch that had been in effect for the area has been canceled.

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