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Great new Honors courses in spring 2014: Global Trends, Climate, Evolution, Russia, Comparative Elections, Age-Friendly Cities, Gothic Fiction, Mississippi Delta, Rock’n Roll & Sex, Power and Performance

Honors Colloquia HON 380: Trends Shaping Our Future: Local and Global Perspectives, Prof. Nathan Phelps – 2 sections: CRN 39772: MW, 2-3.20, Garrett 115 & CRN 39771: TR, 9.35-10.50, Cherry 305 HON 300, CRN 31757: Cultures of the Mississippi Delta, … Continue reading

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Universal Language: Love through Legend, Literature, and Life – An Opera

Friday, November 22, 2013, 7.30-9pm, FAC Recital Hall (free) “Universal Language: Love through Legend, Literature, and Life”  is an end of the semester performance project for the students of the opera theater class. This semester, twelve voice majors of all … Continue reading

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Potter College Internationalization Symposium

Friday, March 22, 2013 8.30 – 9.45am: Plenary Session, FAC Recital Hall Dare Norman, Chinese Flagship Program Jordan Campbell, Experiencing Ghana Catherine Montano, Imagewest Abroad! 10 – 11.15am:  New Perspectives on Latin America, FAC 146 Dr. Marc Eagle, Moderator Scarlett … Continue reading

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‘The Dance Project’ opens 2013 season

WKU Department of Theatre and Dance opens its 2013 season this weekend with The Dance Project, an intriguing show that involves more than 30 students performing nine different pieces. “It’s similar to the popular TV show ‘So You Think You … Continue reading

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Jumah Cola Time to Drink

Arete contribution submitted by Amber Thompson Jumah Cola Time to Drink sheds light on how war is “new modern art” through the eyes of Jumah, a Muslim-American soldier fighting in a fictional American occupation of India by America.  The play … Continue reading

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Jumah Cola Time to Drink premiers tonight at 8pm in Van Meter!

Digital image poster by artist Dalton Rowe (WKU’12) Updates on Facebook The performance features Honors student Sarah Brazier Please note: The performance contains strong language & violent subject matter A scene from the rehearsal The current project is Sena’s CE/T project … Continue reading

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