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Community involvement key to new course

A new class is educating students on citizenship by getting them involved with issues they care about.

HON 251: Citizen and Self is a course designed specifically for Honors students and team-taught by three Honors faculty members: Professor Elizabeth Gish, Dr. Justin Litke and Dr. Paul Markham.

Honors in the News – April 8

A weekly roundup of Honors students in the news. (Read more…)

HonorsToppers Host Annual Trivia Bowl

A record 22 teams participated in the third annual Big Red’s Trivia Bowl Saturday hosted by the HonorsToppers, the student ambassadors of the Honors College. (Read more…)

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 student recruitment group, are gearing up for their annual trivia bowl. Read more about the plans on the Herald’s website. Junior Stephani Staci is spending the semester at sea, learning aboard a ship, and
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