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Regional
5:08 pm
Mon October 22, 2012

WKU-Glasgow Campus to Hold Memorial Service for Deceased Student

Western Kentucky University's Glasgow campus will hold a memorial service Thursday afternoon for a student who died last week. The service for Trina M. Lawson, 36, will be at 2 p.m. in the WKU-Glasgow library. The campus is also collecting donations for her family.

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Regional
8:20 pm
Sun October 21, 2012

WKU-Glasgow Student Who Died on Campus Identified

A WKU student who was found dead at the Glasgow campus Friday afternoon has been identified as Trina Lawson. She was discovered inside a bathroom around 1 p.m. and was later pronounced dead by the Barren County coroner.

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Sports
7:38 pm
Sat October 20, 2012

WKU Gives Up Big Lead, Loses in Overtime to Louisiana-Monroe

The WKU football team gave the homecoming crowd reason to cheer in the first half of their Sun Belt matchup with Louisiana-Monroe, then sent the fans home dejected as the Warhawks won in overtime, 43-42.

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Sports
11:10 am
Sat October 20, 2012

Gameday Central: WKU Hopes for 3-0 Sun Belt Start Vs. Louisiana-Monroe

WKU mascot, Big Red

The WKU football team is looking to continue its hot streak with a win Saturday afternoon against Louisiana-Monroe. It's Homecoming Day at WKU, and fans and alumni have been on campus since early morning, grilling out and visiting with old friends.

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Education
5:09 am
Fri October 19, 2012

African-American Pioneer, Bronze Sculptor, and WWI Fighter Pilot Honored by WKU

Ms. Margaret Munday still plays the piano at the Macedonia Baptist Church in Auburn, something she has done since she was 6.
Kevin Willis

WKU is set to induct three new members into the school's Hall of Distinguished Alumni. The Class of 2012 includes the first African-American to enroll in undergraduate classes on the Hill, a renowned bronze sculptor whose works can be seen throughout WKU's campus, and a Brigadier General and WWI ace fighter pilot.

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Sports
8:44 am
Tue October 16, 2012

Hilltoppers Hope Homecoming Matchup Will Lead to Bowl Eligibility

WKU running back Antonio Andrews
WKU Sports Communications

WKU’s weekend football matchup with Louisiana-Monroe is important on several levels. For starters, it’s WKU’s homecoming game. It’s also an historic event. Saturday’s game will be the first time two Sun Belt teams receiving votes in a Top 25 poll will face off.

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Sports
10:27 pm
Thu October 11, 2012

WKU Hilltoppers Run Record to 5-1, Win on the Road at Troy

WKU fell behind early, but rallied to win at Troy Thursday night to extend their winning streak to four. The Hilltoppers' 31-26 win came despite trailing by ten in the first quarter, several lost fumbles, and numerous penalties.

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Sports
2:58 pm
Thu October 11, 2012

WKU's Jakes "Probable" for Thursday Night's Game Vs. Troy

WKU quaterback Kawaun Jakes

The WKU Hilltopper football team hopes to break a bad streak of luck at Troy's Veterans Memorial Stadium. WKU is winless in its first four games there, dropping its last contest at Troy in November of 2010.

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Sports
3:49 pm
Wed October 10, 2012

Courier-Journal: Yoga Helping WKU's Smith Achieve Football Greatness

WKU defensive end and sackmaster Quanterus Smith

The WKU football team's stout defense has been one of the main reasons behind the team's 4-1 start this season. One of the team's best defenders so far has been fifth-year senior Quanterus Smith. How has yoga made the WKU defensive end one of the nation's best pass rushers? The Courier-Journal has the details in this nice profile of Smith.

Education
8:53 am
Tue October 9, 2012

Saudi Student Population Grows at WKU, Providing Unique Benefits to All Involved

WKU Saudi students Abdulrahman Alfurhud (left), and Faisal Alzomily
Kevin Willis

Universities throughout the U.S. are trying to increase their international student population, and WKU is no different. For years at WKU, Indian and Chinese students made up the largest international student groups, but that has since changed. There are now more students from Saudi Arabia on WKU’s campus than from any other country outside the U.S.

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