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Is MTSU Still Our Rival?

This weekend the WKU football team, currently ranked 4-1, takes on its biggest rival. The Middle Tennessee State University Blue Raiders. “We’re moving on...

I Tried Sustainable Gardening

I try not to get to get my hands dirty. I never have the burning desire to get too close to nature — to plant seeds or tend to roots or play in the dirt. But wh...

I Tried a RedZone Salad

I have to admit, the salad didn’t excite me. I heard through the grapevine that RedZone, one of WKU’s many on-campus dining options, had new menu options ava...

Hilltopper Haikus

Haikus are used to capture moments and impart little ideas on their readers. These haikus offer tiny bits of Hilltopper wisdom.

To The Girl Who Took My Desk

To the girl sitting in My Seat, You may be new to WKU, so I want to cut you some slack. I really, really do. But, here on the Hill we have one simple rul...
Drawings and paintings of figure studies by Henderson senior Jessica Crafton, Bardstown junior Cassie Kulig, Taipei, Taiwan senior Vincent Liu, Chicago junior Jianna Mirabelli, and Clarksville, Tenn. junior Cassidy Johnson lay on the floor of the painting studio in the Fine Arts Center on Saturday, April 11. These pieces were completed as part of coursework for drawing and painting classes during the spring 2015 semester. Figure sessions are sponsored by the art department. Both in-class and open sessions are held throughout the semester to help students and other artists in the community practice their skills.

Full Hips Naked

This is a personal essay from Louisville junior Erin Miller, a nude model for WKU’s figure-drawing class. Her essay is a reflection on the experience of standin...