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Cheers! (Not the Alcoholic Kind)

Guys. School starts tomorrow!

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My face is exfoliated, my eyebrows are plucked, my syllabi are read (sort of), my backpack is stocked (with snacks), and my alarm is set. 430 more words

Western Kentucky University & City of Bowling Green Make Great Remodeling Team

Last week, the New York Times featured a story about Bowling Green’s redeveloping district near downtown, formally called the WKU Gateway to Downtown Bowling Green (Gateway, for short). 383 more words

Real Estate Law

Halfway Around the World… Just Down the Hill: Internships in the Department of Communication—COMM 489

Since 1984 and the launch of the Corporate and Organizational Communication major, the internship program has become a vital part of the Department’s academic and professional obligations to its majors. 446 more words

Communication

Graduate Student Bids Farewell

    In the Fall of 2008 I started my undergraduate career here at WKU in which I took Stacey Gish’s COMM 161 class as a frightened, nervous, and awkward freshman. 414 more words

Communication

Recognition Dinner Honors Students

 

Students, alumni, faculty members and staff gathered together on May 1, 2014 at Cason’s Cove for the first annual Student Recognition Dinner. Student members of Lambda Pi Eta, Communication Ambassadors, and the International Association of Business Communicators, graduate students, and department award winners enjoyed an evening of recognition and conversation. 132 more words

Communication

Backstage life of the Southern Kentucky Fair pageants

One of the benefits of being a journalist is that you’re constantly going someplace new. Whether it’s a highlight of your career or a complete dud, you’re still doing something different that you probably otherwise wouldn’t have been able to do. 986 more words

Octagon Cottage

This unusual house is tucked back off the Beckton-Rocky Hill Road, off of Hwy 1297, very near the small hamlet of Beckton, KY. It was built in the year 1847, by William Henry Edmunds, with the help of Reuben Bates, for Edmunds’ first wife, Amanda Moss Edmunds. 687 more words