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WKU melting old keys for classroom projects
WKU melting old keys for classroom projects (April 25th, 2017)

After years of traditional recycling of keys, Access Control at WKU has found an innovative way to reuse the keys. Earlier this semester, the Architectural and Manufacturing Sciences Department melted 300 pounds of keys for students to use in class.

Cultural Enhancement Series announces 2017-18 season lineup
Cultural Enhancement Series announces 2017-18 season lineup (April 25th, 2017)

The 2017-2018 Cultural Enhancement Series Committee has announced its season lineup for the academic year beginning this fall.

WKU Storm Chase students prepare for annual trip with new SpiritFunder campaign
WKU Storm Chase students prepare for annual trip with new SpiritFunder campaign (April 25th, 2017)

WKU Storm Chase students are preparing for the annual meteorology course, which will begin May 15. The program, now in its eighth year, is part of the inaugural WKU SpiritFunder initiative.

WKU to present
WKU to present 'Evening of Dance' April 28-May 1 (April 24th, 2017)

The WKU Dance Company will present "Evening of Dance" April 28-May 1.

WKU Board of Regents to hold quarterly meeting April 28
WKU Board of Regents to hold quarterly meeting April 28 (April 21st, 2017)

The WKU Board of Regents will meet April 28.

WKU CEC announces Next Generation Initiative for those on Autism Spectrum over age 21
WKU CEC announces Next Generation Initiative for those on Autism Spectrum over age 21 (April 21st, 2017)

The Suzanne Vitale Clinical Education Complex announced the Next Generation Initiative during a celebration of Autism After 21 Day on April 21.

WKU steel bridge, concrete canoe teams finish 3rd at regional competition
WKU steel bridge, concrete canoe teams finish 3rd at regional competition (April 21st, 2017)

WKU civil engineering students competed in the Ohio Valley Student Conference April 5-9 at The Ohio State University.

Statement from WKU President Gary A. Ransdell on the recent Student Government Association resolution (April 20th, 2017)

Statement from WKU President Gary A. Ransdell on the recent Student Government Association resolution

WKU chapter of Alpha Epsilon Delta honor society inducts new members
WKU chapter of Alpha Epsilon Delta honor society inducts new members (April 19th, 2017)

WKU’s chapter of Alpha Epsilon Delta, the National Health Pre-professional Honor Society, inducted 10 new members on April 17.

Students from WKU Arabic Program represent U.S. in international debate competition
Students from WKU Arabic Program represent U.S. in international debate competition (April 19th, 2017)

Three students from the WKU Arabic Program -- Savannah Gillam of Bowling Green, Jordan Miller of Villa Hills and Mollie Todd of Flemingsburg -- represented the U.S. at the International Universities Arabic Debating Championship April 8-12 in Qatar.

WKU Forensics Team wins NFA national speech & debate championships
WKU Forensics Team wins NFA national speech & debate championships (April 18th, 2017)

The WKU Forensics Team won both the National Forensic Association National Tournament championship and the National Forensic Association Lincoln-Douglas Debate Team Sweepstakes national championship.

Greek Week 2017 events April 23-30
Greek Week 2017 events April 23-30 (April 18th, 2017)

Greek Week 2017 events will be held April 23-30 at WKU.

WKU graduate to present lecture on U.S. immigration law
WKU graduate to present lecture on U.S. immigration law (April 18th, 2017)

Mario H. Nguyen, a 2012 WKU graduate, will return to campus on April 25 to give a talk on the origins, evolution and current state of U.S. immigration law as part of the 11th annual Tracing the Unexplored Series.

Geoscience graduate student awarded GSA research grant for project in Ethiopia
Geoscience graduate student awarded GSA research grant for project in Ethiopia (April 18th, 2017)

Shelby Bowden, a WKU Geoscience graduate student from Greenville, South Carolina, has been awarded the prestigious 2017 Graduate Student Research Grant from the Geological Society of America for his master’s thesis project in Ethiopia.

Several events coming up April 21-23 at WKU
Several events coming up April 21-23 at WKU (April 17th, 2017)

April 21-23 weekend events include SOKY Bookfest, quilt registry, Run for Autism, Science Olympiad, WKU spring football, Cultural Enhancement Series, WKU baseball and softball games, WKU band and choral concerts, and more.

WKU Upward Bound student helps Kentucky team win regional academic competition
WKU Upward Bound student helps Kentucky team win regional academic competition (April 17th, 2017)

WKU Upward Bound participant Sylas Morris, a sophomore from Logan County High School, helped the Kentucky All-Star Scholar’s Bowl team to victory at the regional competition on April 8 in Atlanta.

WKU TRIO Programs to host area high school juniors and seniors April 26
WKU TRIO Programs to host area high school juniors and seniors April 26 (April 17th, 2017)

High school juniors and seniors in Educational Talent Search and Upward Bound will visit WKU’s campus on April 26. ETS and UB serve students in Allen, Barren, Butler, Cumberland, Edmonson, Simpson, Hart, Logan, Metcalfe, Monroe and Warren counties.

WKU launches SpiritFunder with 3 inaugural crowdfunding campaigns (April 17th, 2017)

SpiritFunder, WKU’s very own crowdfunding platform, launched Monday (April 17).

WKU Greek Homearama raises $1,155 for Circle of Sisterhood Foundation
WKU Greek Homearama raises $1,155 for Circle of Sisterhood Foundation (April 13th, 2017)

WKU Greek organizations opened their homes for tours as part of a fundraiser for the Circle of Sisterhood Foundation.

WKU student awarded Humanity in Action Fellowship
WKU student awarded Humanity in Action Fellowship (April 13th, 2017)

WKU senior Jay Todd Richey has been awarded a Humanity in Action Fellowship to study human rights in Warsaw, Poland, in the summer of 2017.

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WKU melting old keys for classroom projects

After years of traditional recycling of keys, Access Control at WKU has found an innovative way to reuse the keys. Earlier this semester, the Architectural and Manufacturing Sciences Department melted 300 pounds of keys for students to use in class.

Cultural Enhancement Series announces 2017-18 season lineup

The 2017-2018 Cultural Enhancement Series Committee has announced its season lineup for the academic year beginning this fall.

WKU Storm Chase students prepare for annual trip with new SpiritFunder campaign

WKU Storm Chase students are preparing for the annual meteorology course, which will begin May 15. The program, now in its eighth year, is part of the inaugural WKU SpiritFunder initiative.

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WKU melting old keys for classroom projects

After years of traditional recycling of keys, Access Control at WKU has found an innovative way to reuse the keys. Earlier this semester, the Architectural and Manufacturing Sciences Department melted 300 pounds of keys for students to use in class.

Cultural Enhancement Series announces 2017-18 season lineup

The 2017-2018 Cultural Enhancement Series Committee has announced its season lineup for the academic year beginning this fall.

WKU Storm Chase students prepare for annual trip with new SpiritFunder campaign

WKU Storm Chase students are preparing for the annual meteorology course, which will begin May 15. The program, now in its eighth year, is part of the inaugural WKU SpiritFunder initiative.

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