(this caption needs directionals - olivia) Louisville senior Emma Overstreet waves her red towel while cheering on her sorority, Chi Omega, during the Homecoming games on Oct. 16. Louisville junior Abby Miles, Homecoming Chair for Phi Mu, said Homecoming is about spirit. “Homecoming in general is about showing spirit for WKU," Miles said. "It’s a great way to bring all of the Greek organizations on campus together to spread the spirit." (Photo by Morgan Bass)
Editor’s note: A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that Chris Duke is part of the Bowling Green Police Department; he is actually part of the WKU Police Department. The caption has since been fixed. The Talisman regrets the error.
Class. Eat. Study. Work. Friends. Party. Repeat. Days on and beyond the Hill are a balancing act for each student. Talisman photographers set out to document the hustle and bustle of student life in October.
The Big Red Marching Band rehearses in Houchens-Smith Stadium for WKU’s Homecoming. “You guys are a part of a really long tradition at WKU,” said Allen Kennedy, visiting associate director of bands and director of the Big Red Marching Band. “You are the pride of the Hilltoppers!” (Photo by Alex Baumgarten)
Props are scattered throughout Houchens-Smith Stadium during the Homecoming game rehearsal. The Big Red Marching Band practiced the halftime show with members of the band acting as homecoming queen and king candidates. (Photo by Alex Baumgarten)