Profiles

The wild world of pet cremation

His part-time job is definitely not what you would expect, but hey, somebody's got to do it. Middlesboro junior Jacob Schneider sat across from me all semest...

27 hours for 27 million

This week, a group of WKU students stood in Centennial Mall for 27 hours straight in an effort to raise awareness against human slavery. In a sense, slavery sti...

What happened to the sock guy?

When I walked up to a classmate in my English class a few weeks ago, I was not expecting to melt into a puddle of one of the most romantic and well-planned pr...

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...

An interview with bike guy

If you've been on campus this semester, you might've seen Bowling Green sophomore Colton Turley riding around on his extra-tall, homemade bicycle, which is name...

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 ...

President’s Keeper

Senators, reporters, students and staff were milling around the Senate Chambers on the second floor of Downing Student Union. It was the night of the Student Go...

Life, More Life

We at the Talisman are reclaiming and redefining one of WKU's oldest slogans: Life, More Life. We're not doing it alone. We've asked graduating seniors to sh...