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WKU student painting The Great Wall of Service mural project

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WKU students participated in The Great Wall of Service mural project with Artist Andee Rudloff at the Center for Citizenship and Social Justice. Mural is located in Tate Page Hall, room 110.

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View from the Hill

View from the Hill

A new exhibit at the Kentucky Museum pays tribute to the time honored tradition of basket making. In this week’s View from the Hill, Amy Bingham talks to one basket maker who is about to receive national recognition for her talent.

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