Journalism

Going off script

This semester, Bruce Schulte mastered the ultimate juggling act: biology professor, department head, theatre major and assistant director for “Much Ado About No...

A live-in for housing fairness

Two small bedroom lamps lit up a small patch of grass near Centennial Mall where a laptop, a Bose speaker, a projector, a small screen and a dozen students were...

Election Day in Bowling Green

WKU’s campus was eerily still and quiet on Tuesday, Nov. 8. The university was closed and classes didn’t meet. Instead, many students headed to the polls to mak...

Campaigning in college

WKU students were active in this election's outcome. Despite the negativity and controversy surrounding the presidential election, college students a...

A debate on the Hill

Blissfully devoid of name calling, fact checking and scandal references, the Forensics Team and the Office of International Programs held a mock debate on Forei...

Inside Rocky Horror

The costumes, the songs, the sex — each year, "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" combines these elements, drawing crowds in theaters all over the country on Hallow...

Kicking cancer out of the party

On Friday, Oct. 15, Give Cancer the Boot, WKU's Relay for Life event, raised awareness and funds for the cause of "less cancer, more birthdays." It's the thi...

A flourishing foreign language

WKU's newly-established Arabic program is growing faster than most professors expected. With pizza boxes, paper plates and two-liter bottles of soda ...