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Are you #livingPCAL?

Share your experiences as Potter College students, alumni, and faculty/staff with us at #livingPCAL.

Throughout the week, we encourage YOU, the people of Potter College, to utilize #livingPCAL in your relevant posts.

If you're a prospective student, snap a picture while you're on a tour at WKU or share that moment of jubilation when you receive your acceptance letter.

If you're a current student, what are you doing in your classes? Has your literature survey moved into a discussion circle? Has your dance class started a new routine? Tell us about your accomplishments, too: getting that coveted internship, presenting at a conference, nailing that audition, getting accepted into graduate school, or having your work published. Share all of that and more.

If you're an alumnus, perhaps you've paid a recent visit back to your home on the Hill? Perhaps you've attended symphony or theatre or dance performances? Perhaps you've even met with former professors for lunch? Whenever your heart calls you back to WKU and Potter College, we want to be right there with you.

If you're a current faculty or staff member within Potter College, what projects are you working on? How many ideas have resonated with students--smiles spreading across their faces in comprehension as light bulbs clicked?

Get started by sharing YOUR story on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram with #livingPCAL. If you're interested, you can even pick up one of our brand new #livingPCAL bookmarks to pair with your post (pictured below). They will be located in the Dean's Office (FAC 200), the Academic Commons (FAC 166), or in your department's main office.

So, there you have it. Get out there and show us how you continue #livingPCAL each and every day.

You can find us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to get started!

Are you interested in attending WKU and joining Potter College? Find out how to start #livingPCAL by participating in the Day in the Life of a Potter College Topper. Click the photo below for more information!

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Stay connected with Potter College of Arts & Letters by following us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram! We'll be sharing updates about upcoming events in the College, as well as your #livingPCAL posts.

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