Archive for the Forensics Tag

Honors in the News – April 8

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

Honors in the News: Feb. 25

Honors senior Caitlin Pike, a public relations and political science double-major from LaGrange, Ky., was part of a group of public relations and advertising students that recently spent 24 hours straight creating an advertising campaign for a local non-profit. Read more on the WKU News Blog. Fourteen Honors students helped the Forensic team to its 21st consecutive state championship last
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Honors in the News: Feb. 18

Honors students Lusie Cuskey and Stephen Tabor acted in “Facing East” put on by the WKU Department of Theatre and Dance. Read about the play in a Herald article. Honors senior Laura Leigh Zimmerman is one of several accounting students helping students, faculty and staff prepare their taxes. Read more about the free service they offer in a Herald article.
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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 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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Honors in the News: Jan. 28

Pasadena, Calif. became the classroom for three Honors students over Winter Term. The seniors- Whitney Churchman, Arlee Danhauer and Laura Zimmerman- worked on two floats for the Tournament of Roses Parade as part of Horticulture in California, a Study Away course offered by WKU. Read more about the trip and see photos on the WKU News Blog. Seven Honors students
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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 with the story that ran in the Bowling Green Daily News. Fifteen Honors students received awards for their poster and paper presentations during the Kentucky Academy of Science annual meeting
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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 Millspaugh, Tyler Dailey, Sarah Brazier, Maggie Woodward, Spencer Orlowski and Richard Heyne. Full results can be found on the WKU News Blog. Honors senior Joe Tichenor was features in a Herald article this week.
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