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WKU offices in Bowling Green will open at 10 a.m. Friday. Classes Friday remain canceled and campuses in Glasgow, Owensboro and Elizabethtown/Ft. Knox remain closed Friday. Saturday classes in Bowling Green will proceed as scheduled. Here is a link to the University’s attendance policy during adverse weather conditions. Use caution and watch for slick spots on roads and walks. 

Residence Halls remain open until noon Saturday. Bemis & Barnes have space for those who need to stay longer. Visit WKU Housing & Residence Life for more information.

The high school regional basketball tournament games scheduled for Wednesday night were canceled. Games will be rescheduled for Friday/Saturday. Follow WKU News for the latest updates. #WKUAlert

ALIVE Center for Community Partnerships

Press Room 2009


Service & Support: Students live, serve in same community

By Kristen Snyder, WKU College Heights Herald, (12/11/09)

Some students go beyond volunteering in the community for just a few hours. Instead, they live it. (more)


Community work honored

By Justin Story, The Daily News, (12/01/09)

Throughout the city, homeowners associations, neighborhood watch groups and other residents have a hand in telling the story of their communities. (more)


Student thinking in Terms of Engagement

Aurelia Spaulding, ALIVE Center release (10/27/09)

Louisville Senior Emily Wilcox believes that most people have the potential to do what they want to do. “But it’s a matter of whether or not they have had the experience to see it’s something they can do.” (more)


Annual tour explores BG's 'green' achievement


(10/04/09) Marvin Russell has been interested in “green” concepts and alternative energies since the 1970s when he was a science adviser to the U.S. Senate. (more)


Green tour to showcase BG efforts


(09/28/09)Marvin Russell has been interested in “green” concepts and alternative energies since the 1970s when he was a science adviser to the U.S. Senate. (more)


Food Collected for Needy (front page photo)

Butterfly Effect Brings Campus and Community Together for Worthy Cause (news release)


Spurred to service, students teaching families to save

JOANIE BAKER, The Daily News,

(03/25/09) They were given $100 and asked to solve a community problem. (more)


Honors students to make presentation March 24 about service-learning efforts

WKU News (03/06/09) This semester’s Honors 301 Colloquium is using service-learning and $100.00 to make a change in the Bowling Green-Warren County community. (more)


More should volunteer in the community

(01/13/09) By the Daily News It is a sad reality not only in Bowling Green, but across the country, that a lot of people are taking early retirement or are getting laid off. (more)

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