Archive | February 17, 2011

Imani Winds to perform Feb. 21

The 2010-2011 Cultural Enhancement Series will present Imani Winds at 7:30 p.m. Monday (Feb. 21) at Van Meter Hall. Admission is free and open to WKU students, faculty and staff, and the general public. Seating is on a first-come, first-seated basis. About Imani Winds: More than North America’s premier wind quintet, Imani Winds has established […]

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Community members form work groups to address needs, identify resources

WKU junior Emily Powell introduced herself at the Campus & Community Network (CCN) as a “concerned student.”  The group participating in the CCN smiled after her introduction, but each of the 35 individuals in the room attended the workshop on Feb. 17 also interested in discussing ways to work together to address community issues. The […]

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Visiting artists to lecture next week

WKU’s Department of Art will present demonstrations and lectures next week by artists whose work is on display at the Ivan Wilson Fine Arts Center’s main gallery. Current Residence, curated by Lindsay Oesterritter, continues through Feb. 24. Ceramic artists Elisa DiFeo and David Eichelberger and wood artist Trey Gosset, all from the Appalachian Center for […]

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WKU dining services participating in strategic planning project

ARAMARK (WKU Restaurant and Catering Group) has launched a comprehensive, strategic planning process to update and guide WKU’s dining services for the next three to five years. WKU is one of four schools that will participate in ARAMARK’s 16-week MarketMATCH® process this spring. MarketMATCH® introduces a customer-centric planning system designed to create the ultimate dining […]

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Morehead appointed Poet Laureate

WKU graduate Maureen Morehead, a poet writer and teacher from Louisville, has received the honorary appointment as Kentucky Poet Laureate for 2011-2012 and will be formally inducted at the Kentucky Writers’ Day celebration April 25 in the Capitol Rotunda in Frankfort. “I am pleased to appoint Maureen Morehead to the post of Kentucky Poet Laureate,” […]

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WKU broadcasting major finalist in national competition

WKU junior Stacie Hewitt is a finalist in the 2011 Broadcast Education Association National Festival of Media Arts Audio Competition. Hewitt, a broadcasting (radio/TV operations & management) major from Old Hickory, Tenn., is program director and on-air personality at WWHR-FM Revolution 91.7, WKU’s student-run radio station operating from the School of Journalism & Broadcasting. Awards […]

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Imagewest completes BRAWA project

Imagewest, a student-run advertising and public relations agency at WKU, recently completed more than a dozen pro-bono marketing projects in a 24-hour timeframe for the Barren River Animal Welfare Association. Imagewest, along with members from WKU’s Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) and American Advertising Federation Student Chapter (AdFed) worked through the night Jan. […]

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