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Greek Organizations Gearing Up for Homecoming Week

Updated: 11/04/2007 - Western Kentucky University's campus will soon be full of activities this week for Homecoming. For many of WKU Greek organizations, the week also means competition time.

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WKU Approves President Ransdell Contract Extension

Updated: 11/04/2007 - Western Kentucky University's Board of Regents approved a contract that would keep President Gary Ransdell around through the year 2022. On Nov. 3, the board met to discuss Ransdell's future with the university.

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WKU Police Investigate Sexual Abuse Crime Near Campus

Updated: 11/02/2007 - The Western Kentucky University Police Department is working on a sexual abuse crime near Western's campus. The incident is alleged to have happened to a female student on October 2, a little after 11 a.m. in Mimosa Alley.

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Bardstown Principal Cited for Prostitution Loitering

Posted: 11/01/2007 - Louisville police allegedly spotted 50-year-old Paul Schum of Louisville dressed like a woman in an alley and cited him. Schum requested personal leave from his job at Bethlehem High School after police cited him Oct. 30.

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WKU Endowment Surpasses $100-Million

Updated: 10/31/2007 - Western Kentucky University celebrates a landmark achievement on Oct. 31. Its endowment has grown to more than $100-million.

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Wind Turbine Demonstrated at WKU

Updated: 10/30/2007 - It's been called one of the most technologically advanced wind energy turbines in existence. On Oct. 30, at WKU's Center for Research and Development, visitors got a glimpse of the turbine.

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Nick Clooney Talks About His Darfur Visit at WKU

Posted: 10/30/2007 - TV personality Nick Clooney was at WKU on Oct. 30 hoping to inspire people to stop the genocide in Darfur. The Maysville, Kentucky native is a former TV news anchor and columnist for The Cincinnati Post.

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Warren County Program Helps Teach English to Children

Posted: 10/29/2007 - Warren County educators are teaching the third largest number of limited English proficient children in Kentucky. We have more than 750-students speaking 29 different languages.

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New Reports Shows College Costs Outpacing Inflation

Updated: 10/29/2007 - Costs rose this year at double the rate of inflation at private and public institutions. State Treasurer Jonathon Miller says priorities at the state and federal level must change, especially to help working families.

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Danville College May Host Presidential Debate

Updated: 10/29/2007 - Centre is one of 16 institutions and organizations in the running for one of three presidential and one vice-presidential debates set for next year.

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National Guard Honored at Western Kentucky Game

Posted: 10/28/2007 - It's a Saturday night, and as always, Houchens Industries L.T. Smith Stadium is a sea of red. But this time, you can find a lot of white and blue as well.

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Prominent Author Speaks at Teen Summit

Posted: 10/25/2007 - Brendon Burchard got a second chance at life ten years ago after surviving a car crash. Since then, he's become a prominent author, life coach and leadership speaker.

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WKU Stages Classroom Walk-Out

Updated: 10/25/2007 - Western Kentucky University students staged a classroom "walk-out" on Oct. 25. The "walk-out" was in protest of the General Assembly's failure to adequately fund the university based on recommendations by the Council of Postsecondary Education.

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Leadership Students Assemble Disaster Kits

Updated: 10/25/2007 - Disaster kits have played a huge role in the West Coast fires this week. But some Warren County Elementary students have known their importance for months.

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Dead Newborn Found at Louisville University

Updated: 10/25/2007 - Police say the body of a newborn was found at Bellarmine University. The baby's body was found about half past midnight, near the Anniversary Hall dormitory.

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Report Shows Teachers Assaulting Students is a Problem

Posted: 10/21/2007 - The report states that in Kentucky, state officials have handled nearly 100 cases of teacher sexual misconduct in the past five years. That's about two violations a month in an academic school year.

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Morning Fire Barely Misses Area Middle School

Updated: 10/18/2007 - The Bowling Green Fire Department received a call after 3:30 a.m. on Oct. 18 of a trailer that was fully engulfed. The trailer was used for storage and was located beside Drakes Creek Middle School.

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