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Dr. Gary A. Ransdell celebrates the 181st WKU Commencement

WKU Celebrates 181st Commencement

More than 2,500 degrees and certificates were awarded during four weekend commencement ceremonies. Photos and more information available from WKU News and WKU on social media. Congratulations graduates! #WKUGrad

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View from the Hill

View From the Hill

Lost River Sessions, the award-winning WKU Public Broadcasting television and radio series, has exploded in popularity over the last three years. Amy Bingham explains how the WKU PBS hit came about in this week’s View from the Hill.

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