Archive | August 24, 2011

Nashville filmmaker producing trailer for English professor’s third novel

James Weems, a filmmaker from Nashville who worked on the films Hannah Montana: The Movie and Neil Young: Heart of Gold, will be making a short film with several WKU students and alums for local author and WKU English professor David Bell in Bowling Green on Saturday and Sunday (Aug. 27-28). The short film will […]

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‘Little Women’ author featured in this fall’s ‘SOKY Reads!’ project

The Southern Kentucky Book Fest partners will host “SOKY Reads!” — a communitywide reading project this fall in Bowling Green and the surrounding region. Louisa May Alcott, known for her classic novel Little Women, will be the featured author for the events scheduled to be held Sept. 1 to Oct. 6. To kick off SOKY […]

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Music Department events

Here is information about upcoming recitals presented by the WKU Music Department: Flute recital Aug. 28: The Falling Cinders of Time, a faculty recital by Heidi Álvarez, flute soloist, will begin at 3 p.m. Aug. 28 at the Ivan Wilson Fine Arts Center Recital Hall. The program will include solo flute works by Telemann, Bach […]

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2 freshmen receive math awards

Two freshmen mathematics majors in the SKyTeach program at WKU have received awards from the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science. Shannon Lay of Bowling Green, a graduate of South Warren High School, received the Joseph F. Stokes award in the amount of $1,000. Kelli Warford of Brandenburg, a graduate of Meade County High School, […]

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Parent & Family Weekend Sept. 16-18

WKU’s annual Parent & Family Weekend is coming up Sept. 16-18. Register online for the activities that include mock classroom, residence hall receptions and President’s Festival on the South Lawn. The 2011 Family of the Year will be recognized at the WKU vs. Indiana State football game, which kicks off at 6 p.m. Sept. 17 […]

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Energy saving plan allows WKU to do more while using, spending less

When it comes to utilities, the trend has been to spend more even while using less. However, a combination of energy saving initiatives have allowed WKU to do more while using, and spending, less. Over the summer, WKU adjusted hours of operation to reduce cooling demand during peak usage hours. This, along with efforts to […]

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