Darkness fills the windows of offices that once were home to faculty and staff members at Western Kentucky University Glasgow. After the second round of budget cuts, four filled positions […]
With the upcoming commencement; students, staff, faculty, and the community can expect various changes. Unlike previous years, commencement will consist of two different days allowing for events and entertainment. Friday, […]
By Hannah Shaffer MoviePass has blown up on college campuses, and WKU is no exception. With MoviePass, cardholders are able to see a movie a day every day of the […]
By Hannah Shaffer Each spring, a group of students work to raise money for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Students registered for the event back in November, each pledging to […]
By Hannah Shaffer Registering for classes is the one reason most students on campus will voluntarily wake up at 5:00 in the morning. Students want to ensure they will get […]
By Brendan Ward Reporter Brendan Ward spoke with 2 Western Kentucky University Students Essence and senior Remington about how they are feeling with the end of the spring semester right […]
By Brittany Perry South Warren Professor, Vanessa Butts shares her opinion of the recent protests of state educators. Reporter Brittany Perry walks the halls to see what the […]
By Destiny Starks The latest on the 120 Job loss budget cuts that University President Tim Caboni emplaced on Feb 23rd 2018.
By Brittany Perry A local organization known as the Buddy House, acknowledges more than just world down syndrome day. A fifth year anniversary of the center calls for a […]
By Ben Martin To help celebrate National Nutrition Month, Reporter Ben Martin is taking us to WKUs very own community garden.