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It's still dear old Western's day

Sometimes, I treat myself with a jog around my alma mater, Western Kentucky University. I begin by walking up College Street nearly doubled over because of the steep incline, taking a brief rest when I reach Cherry Hall under the watchful statue gaze of Henry Hardin Cherry, the school’s first official president. 1,085 more words

Vanderbilt to start another freshman pitcher

No. 5 Vanderbilt will host Western Kentucky on Tuesday night in the calm before a storm of signature games.

Right-hander Matt McGarry (0-0) will take the mound as Vanderbilt’s fourth freshman pitcher to start a game this season, joining Patrick Raby, Chandler Day and Donny Everett. 146 more words

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UK softball beats WKU, 5-0

No. 11 Kentucky got all their runs in the fourth inning and shut out Western Kentucky 5-0 at the WKU Softball Complex on Wednesday evening. 84 more words

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Social Media and Collegiate Sports

Social media has drastically changed the way that things are done in this country over the past several years alone. Sites such as Facebook and Twitter allow someone to reach countless other people all at the same time. 877 more words

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Last Semester on The Hill

A compilation of things every graduating Hilltopper is currently experiencing. May the white squirrels be with you during this difficult time.  

1. Finishing every day at Hilligans… 127 more words

Where Are They Now?

Every year, students from the   Department of Communication graduate with big dreams and high hopes of landing that first, real-life job. In the spirit of continued departmental connection and unity after graduation, I checked in with Diana Vela and Olivia Sharp, both former Department of Communication students and authors featured in previous Communiqué newsletters, to see how their new post-collegiate life is shaping out to be. 398 more words

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NCAA ruling jeopardizes WKU satellite camps

Though the debate over so-called satellite camps in college football has been spurred by the Southeastern Conference’s opposition to Big Ten powerhouses like Michigan and Penn State holding recruiting camps in states like Alabama and Georgia, Friday’s  616 more words

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