Location: Kentucky Building, 2nd Floor outside of Jackson Gallery
Features colorful contemporary artifacts from Ecuador an several research items, including 2 letters from the Rumsing Wing, U.S. Ambassoardor to Ecuador in 1870.
Location: Cravens Library 5th Floor
Location: IWFAC Corridor Gallery
Dr. David M. Coffey was the driving force behind developing the WKU Year of Ecuador. Through art objects, personal stories and photographs, this exhibition celebrates “Doc” Coffey’s connection to Ecuador, the many students he influenced with his study abroad programs, and the way in which he developed lasting links between Ecuador and wider WKU community. Curated by Professor Kristina Arnold’s Gallery Studies class.
Location: DA - DA 101C
Description: Recruiting event
Location: DSU - DSU 1000
Location: DSU - DSU 3024
Location: DSU - DSU 3029
Location: Houchens Industries - LT Smith Stadium
The Hilltoppers take on Old Dominion in this BLACK OUT football match! Wear black and support the Tops. The first 1000 fans will receive a free WKU black eye. It's also Big Red's Rascals Day - All members can receive one complimentary ticket and unlimited $15 tickets for friends & family. Rascals will take the field for the pre-game fan tunnel.
Purchase tickets at wkusports.com.
Location: DSU - DSU 2085
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