Allie R. Sharp, formerly the Coordinator of Student & Young Alumni Engagement at Western Kentucky University Alumni Association, has been named president of Junior Achievement of South Central Kentucky.
Barn Lot Theater, a nonprofit performing arts organization that features live performances in Edmonton, KY, will debut the hilarious comedy, Farce of Nature on June 17th, which will be their first play inside their theater space since the pandemic shut down live performances nationwide in 2020.
100% of all donations raised during the weekend are returned in the form of grants to agencies, schools, and hospitals that make life better for children with special needs in Kentucky and southern Indiana.
Studying Abroad has a profound impact on a student’s academic experience. WKU was just awarded a competitive grant from the State Department to increase study abroad participation among rural students.
As millions of Americans get ready to commemorate Memorial Day and welcome summer, the U. S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) reminds people to keep it safe this weekend: follow the latest CDC guidance for COVID-19 and remember your food safety practices.
On Saturday, June 5th, corporate teams, individual adults and individual children (ages 14-17) will leave it all on the track as they race in the inaugural M&L Electrical Race for JA, presented by US Bank, to benefit Junior Achievement of South Central Kentucky.
A long overdue commencement ceremony will be held this weekend for WKU’s class of 2020. The COVID-19 pandemic prompted an abrupt ending to their college careers and those returning are excited to get some closure.
WKU Cheerleading brought home the first national championship in program history Wednesday night by claiming the title in the D1A All-Girl Division of the UCA Collegiate National Championship in Orlando, Fla.