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Mix N’ Mingle 2010

A gallery of photos from the Honors Club Mix N' Mingle (Read more...)

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Honors in the News: Oct. 3

WKU’s forensics team competed in three tournaments in Illinois last weekend.  Nine Honors students received recognition in the tournaments: Frank Murdock, Maximilian Tagher, Todd Rainey, Ethan...

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Hemingway Field Trip

Chicago was the classroom for 13 students in Honors English 398 for two days at the beginning of October. (Read more...)

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Colloquia in Spring 2011

Colloquia offerings for the spring 2011 semester have been posted. Honors students are trying to decide which of the many interesting courses they want to take. (Read more...)

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Aric Johnson selected for prestigious Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship

Aric Johnson of Bowling Green, KY is the second consecutive student from WKU to travel to the UK on a highly competitive Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship. (Read more...)

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Honors College Hosting National Faculty Institute

The National Collegiate Honors Council has selected the Honors College at WKU to host the first ever Honors Faculty Institute in Kentucky.(Read more...)

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Beauty and the Beast at WKU

The WKU Departments of Theatre & Dance and Music recently pulled out all the stops as they performed Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” in the expertly renovated Van Meter Hall. (Read more...)

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Kentucky Honors Roundtable

Honors students and educators from across the bluegrass state gathered at WKU for the Kentucky Honors Roundtable hosted by the Honors College at WKU Oct. 15 and 16. (Read more...)

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Honors in the News: Nov. 5

Honors sophomore Alix Mattingly is one of several students making lasting change in Bowling Green with the $100 solution through an Honors colloquium. Honors sophomore Poorvie Patel is one of many...

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Honors in the News: Nov. 12

Kelly Smith, a junior visual arts major from Nashville, received the Juror’s Merit Award for her piece “Futura, Robot” in the WKU Department of Art’s 2010 Student Juried Exhibition. The gallery exhibit...

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4 Honors College at WKU Students Receive Fulbright Awards

The Chronicle of Higher Education recently commended WKU as one of the top ten Fulbright producers of master’s degree granting institutions. (Read more...)

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World Council for Gifted and Talented Children Moving Headquarters to WKU

The World Council for Gifted and Talented Children (WCGTC) is relocating its international headquarters to WKU in Bowling Green, Ky., from the University of Winnipeg in Canada. Long-time friends of the...

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Honors in the News: Nov. 19

Caitlin Pike, a junior public relations major from La Grange, Ky., is president of Kappa Delta sorority and was featured in a story and video by the Herald. Several Honors students are involved with a...

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Honors in the News: Nov. 26

Astronomy students were able to launch a stratosphere balloon last Saturday with help from an Honors Development Board grant. Honors students Josh Prince, Owen Gaulle and Johnny Loughrin were pictured...

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Honors College Alumnus Contributes to New Book

Sam Ford, a 2005 alumnus of the Honors College at WKU graduated with four bachelor’s degrees – news/editorial journalism, communication studies, mass communication, and English (writing). After...

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Theatre Student Lusie Cuskey

Honors College junior Lusie Cuskey, a theatre arts and psychology student from Louisville, acted in the play “Empties ” by Andy Wolfenden, put on last semester. (Read more...)

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Honors Club Holiday Party

The Honors Club held a holiday party Dec. 2 that included a murder mystery role-play game, Christmas songs Pictionary and many holiday treats. (Read more...)

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Honors in the News: Dec. 10

Senior Joey Coe, an interdisciplinary studies major from Louisville, is writing music an album for his thesis. A Herald article featured his project. Senior Colton Jessie, a broadcast major from...

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WKU Dance Around the World

If you thought that courses in the Honors College at WKU were simply about exploding chemicals and documenting results in a lab or sitting in a dull classroom and debating the philosophies of people...

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Honors in the News: Feb. 11

Senior Charlie Harris, co-founder of WKU’s Americans for Informed Democracy organization, talked with the Herald about new recycling initiatives on campus. The HonorsToppers, the Honors College’s...

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