Students with disabilities are given the opportunity to learn how to ride horses. Reporter Drew Hurt shows how not only is this program therapeutic for the students, but for the volunteers.
Western Kentucky University has designated safe spaces on campus where students can feel welcomed. One student made the decision to make the most out of her safe space.
WKU graduation rates have slowly increased over the years, but so have the transfer rates. Reporter Madison Ogg shows how many WKU students may not get their diploma in the […]
Bowling Green, Kentucky is home to many services aimed at helping veterans. However, one service Bowling Green doesn’t offer for veterans, is a nursing home. Michael Lee Meredith, 19th District […]
(BOWLING GREEN, KY) Local residents gather together for the Bowling Green City Commissioner meeting on February 20. One of the pressing topics on the agenda was the Fariness Ordinance. Reporter […]
(BOWLING GREEN, KY) Western Kentucky University held an event focused on tracing African American Genealogy. Reporter Janessa Jackson shows how one woman was able to find the answers she searched […]
(BOWLING GREEN, KY) Two local women take on a project called “America United/America Divided.” Reporter Monica Brown shows how these ladies are encouraging political expression.
Tucked away between the hills of Western Kentucky University’s campus is the Kentucky Museum. Known fairly well among the Bowling Green community, however not visited very often by the WKU […]
(BOWLING GREEN, KY) WKU’s Forensics Team presented a Surrogate Presidential debate on foreign policy. Brian Anderson and Lily Nellans studied the policies of Presidential hopefuls Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton. […]
By Ryvers Loomis Photo by Ryvers Loomis Over the weekend WKU students came together in centennial mall for a candlelight vigil in memory of the lives lost during the terror […]