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WKU's 183rd Commencement

WKU's 183rd Commencement Ceremony and official degree conferral will take place Friday, May 11 in Houchens Industries-L.T. Smith Stadium with college Recognition Ceremonies on Saturday, May 12.

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View From the Hill

One week from today a very special ceremony will take place at WKU celebrating the first year of President Tim Caboni’s tenure. It’s called an Investiture and Amy Bingham explains what it is in this week’s View From the Hill.

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