Category Archives: Community 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
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
Two groups of WKU students took a field trip to the National Civil Rights Museum the tumultuous weekend after the 2016 presidential election. This caused students to reflect on the nature of progress, protest and the legacy of Dr. Martin … Continue reading
Attention all authors, writers, poets and readers! Luckily, that covers just about everyone reading this blog, so you’ll want to listen up. The Mammoth Cave Writers Conference is coming up on Saturday, November 12 at the Mammoth Cave National Park Hotel. … Continue reading
On Sunday, August 28, “A Dream Come True in New York City,” a short film produced by WKU English’s own Dr. Jerod Hollyfield premiered at the Franklin Theater in Franklin, TN. The film stars nineteen actors from Backlight Productions, a Franklin-based … Continue reading
Heads up, Hilltoppers! It’s September, which means the 27th annual Bowling Green International Festival is coming up at the end of the month. What’s that? You didn’t think Bowling Green even HAD diversity? Turns out you thought wrong. Held every year … Continue reading