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View From the Hill
"View from the Hill" is a weekly segment highlighting the programs, people and happenings that make WKU a leading American university with international reach.
The reports can be seen on Bowling Green's ABC affiliate, WBKO, on Thursdays at 5 and 10 pm.
If you have an idea for a future segment, please contact Amy DeCesare.
|February 6, 2014
||February 13, 2014
Chinese New Year - The Chinese New Year Celebration, which began January 31st, is the longest and most important celebration in the Chinese calendar. In this week's View from the Hill, Amy Bingham shows us how WKU's Confucius Institute helped mark the occasion.
|KY Teacher Hall of Fame - For the past seven years, a select few teachers from around the state have been
inducted into the Kentucky Teacher Hall of Fame. It was created through a gift from
former Governor Louis Nunn. Three more distinguished educators were added to the
list during a ceremony last week. Amy Bingham has highlights in this week's View
from the Hill.
|February 20, 2014
||February 27, 2014
Corvette Museum Sinkhole/WKU Response - When a sinkhole swallowed eight corvettes at the National Corvette Museum just over a week ago, several WKU experts were called to the scene. Amy Bingham talks to them in this week's View from the Hill.
"Curtains" Preview - If you're in the mood for a comedy, whodunit, musical murder mystery that includes
romance, WKU is the place to be this weekend. Amy Bingham has a preview of "Curtains"
in this week's View from the Hill.
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