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Follow the construction of the new Honors College & International Center in real time

An artist’s rendering shows what the new honors college/international center will look like at Western Kentucky University The new building is slated to open July 1, 2015 Regularly updated webcam Int’l/Honors Building to rise soon Chuck Mason, Bowling Green Daily … Continue reading

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Apply for paid summer internships with NASA by March 15!

Paid internships with NASA are still available for the summer Applications should be submitted as soon as possible, the application deadline is March 15, 2013 Scholarships and fellowships for the coming academic year are also available Students can complete a … Continue reading

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Here comes the new Honors building!

The Kentucky Assembly approved the agency bond bill on Wednesday, and yesterday Governor Bill Beshear signed it into law! According to President Gary Ransdell, the property acquisition should be completed this summer, design work should be completed in the fall, … Continue reading

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WKU group studies Cuban culture, completes service project

Participants in a WKU Winter Term course in Cuba visited Finca Vigia, Ernest Hemingway’s home until 1961, outside of Havana. The island of Cuba sits just 90 miles from the United States, yet it feels like another world. During Winter … Continue reading

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Come & see the best new study area on campus!

Jennifer Wilson Marketing Coordinator WKU Libraries 1906 College Heights Blvd. #11067 Bowling Green, KY 42101 jennifer.wilson@wku.edu 270-745-6977 (Source: Email from Jennifer Wilson, Jan 31, 2013)

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WKU President Ransdell discusses higher ed funding, construction costs, tuition hikes & the role of athletics

Excerpt: Most students who come to a major four-year public institution with a broad range of academic programs do more than just get that credential. They grow, they learn how to reason, they learn independence, and they experience an international … Continue reading

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More details on funding & timeline for the new Honors building

funding: public universities issuing agency bonds (not state funding) “Robbin Taylor, WKU’s vice president for Public Affairs, said in an email she believes the General Assembly previously declined to include the agency bond projects in the budget largely because of … Continue reading

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“When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life”

This is Shelley Spalding’s great post about her fantastic weekend in London. Shelley studies at Harlaxton College this spring. This is her comment on Facebook: “Here’s my London blog post! Enjoy reading it as much as I did writing it!” … Continue reading

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WKU Honors Today #6: New Honors building, $10,000 scholarship, internships in BG & DC, UN, pseudoclassicism & getting to be the boss

Today is the 10th day of 2013. There are 355 days left in the year. Highlight of the Day Sketch of the new Honors building. Click here for interesting background information. Opportunities of the Day Apply for the Generation Ali … Continue reading

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Sketch of our new Honors building!

This picture was just posted on WKU News. Looks great! Can’t wait to move in! See the abbreviated press release below, the full version here, and the article in today’s Bowling Green Daily News here. The letter of the presidents … Continue reading

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