World War I (July 1914- November 1918) was a devistaitng global conflict that involved many of the world's leading powers. This exhibit highlights the lives of several Kentucky soldiers and their contributions to the war effort. We are able to follow these soldiers through correspondence and photos held in our collections. In addition, we highlight the home front and how civilians on U.S soil, particularly Kentucky, aided the troops. The Great War resulted in millions of casualties; this exhibit attempts to honor their memory and celebrate their lives. For more information please visit wku.edu/library/
Renew and Choose Your On-Campus Housing for 2018-2019
Stay in your current room or find a new one, the choice is up to you! You can renew your housing on Topnet, February 20-March 31.
Depending on your preference, there are specific days and times set aside to enter "My Housing" in Topnet to select your room. Follow the schedule below to find out the time and date you need to choose your room. Click on the links in the calendar to receive more instructions.
Reminder: All full time freshmen and sophomores are required to live on campus. Some exemptions apply. Learn more
Amanda Adams, Assistant Legistlative Editor, and Amy Brack, Legislative Editor - Employees of the Tennessee Office of Comptroller of the Treasury, Nashville, Tennessee (both Department of English alumni).
We are proud to announce the launch of the Mahurin Honors College Speaker Series!
In the inaugural year, we are pleased to say Dr. Sarah Mahurin will be our guest of honor. Dr. Mahurin is the Dean of Timothy Dwight College at Yale. She is the first woman to hold this role. She previously served as a visiting professor of English and African American studies at Wesleyan University. Originally from Bowling Green, Ky., Dr. Mahurin earned her undergraduate degree from Harvard University in English and American literature and her doctorate from Yale’s English department.