Category Archives: Campus Events
Hello again all you English enthusiasts! I hope you’re having a wonderful week. Here’s a head’s up of some amazing things coming up! The WKU Herald has come up with a really neat way of bringing WKU students and members … Continue reading
“And what do you plan to do after graduation?” – too many people “Graduation is closer than you think” – Cherry Hall bathroom stall door “What are you going to do with that degree, teach?” – every stranger I mention … Continue reading
The WKU Department of Gender and Women’s Studies presents, Postcards from the Edge, starring Meryl Streep, Shirley MacLaine, and Dennis Quaid. The film was adapted for the silver screen by the late, great Carrie Fisher who wrote the novel of … Continue reading
Now is the time to whip out those calendars and day planners folks! Go ahead… We’ll wait… Ready? We have SO MANY ACTIVITIES for you to get involved in the upcoming months, so let’s get started! First up: the PCAL … Continue reading
How to Show Your Smarts at The 47th Annual WKU Student Research Conference – Update w/ workshop dates.
Participating in this long-held WKU tradition not only looks great to a future employer, but also provides you with skills that will positively impact your career.
Here are five simple steps to follow to show off your awesome work. Continue reading
First Floor Cherry action reporter Hannah Good comin’ atcha LIVE from just having finished a 14 page paper! I’m hungry, sleep deprived, and all the life has been drained from my soul, but it was a darn good paper if I … Continue reading
As the famed philosopher, Kanye West once said, “Classes, classes, classes, classes which one should I pick?” Good question, Kanye, but didn’t you drop out of college? The line is actually from the song “Facts” from West’s latest album, The Life … Continue reading
by Cameron Moreno, Creative Writing MFA Student Header image via Van Meter Hall at WKU On Tuesday, September 27th, bestselling author Anne Lamott came to WKU to kick off the 2016-2017 WKU Cultural Enhancement Series. During her lecture, she discussed her writing process … Continue reading
Being a lover of cheap, strange books, I jumped at the opportunity to visit the English Department’s semiannual book sale. Needless to say, the sale did not disappoint. Here are some of my best finds. I walked into the beautiful Robert Penn … Continue reading
Have you ever wondered what professors do in their spare time? Well, we’re not quite sure. One thing we know for sure they do? Attend academic conferences. More than just a blessed excuse for professors to occasionally cancel class, academic conferences provide academics … Continue reading