Profiles

Take Five: David DiMeo

David DiMeo, an associate professor of Arabic, didn’t start learning the language until he was 30 years old, but he still went on to receive his doctorate in mo...

Q&A: Getting to know WKU 2022

As a new class of Hilltoppers moved in for MASTER Plan this week, Talisman writer Amelia Hicks visited the dorms to interview some of WKU’s newest students to s...

The Friends of Dorothy Zine

A zine is a homemade and self-published magazine with a specific and unconventional subject matter. For many zine creators, a zine serves as a way to share s...

Take Five: Scott Stroot

Theater professor Scott Stroot said he describes himself in a number of ways. Father, husband, artist, musician and activist are just some of the ways he identi...

WKU introduces LGBT-friendly dorms

When Colby Wicker, a Fort Knox sophomore, came out to his mother as transgender last August, she kicked him out of her house and cut him off financially. The fa...