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All Good Things…

What a semester. Interviews with students from different tracks and departments, two published authors from WKU (and they haven’t graduated yet!), videos, and giant white squirrels. Like all good things, my internship has to come to an end. My name is Jacky Killian, and I am an English major. I’m graduating on Saturday the 13th, 2014. This is my final
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Making Movies with Zach

Zach Puckett is a friend of mine, and we both happen to be graduating this Saturday. Zach is a film major with a concentration in TV production and interned at County Music Television (CMT) in summer of 2014. He shared with me some of his opinions on English and his experiences as a film major, intern, and student. Oh, and
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Some Studying Oppurtunities

The History Department’s going to study the history and science of brewing at Harlaxton, England this summer. To register, visit this site. For those who want be publishers and maybe visit the Big Apple, try applying for New York University’s Summer Publishing Institute. Click here for more information.

Finals Time Funnies

Thanks to Andi Nealis for sending this video our way. A little humor never hurt.

Professor and Poet

Dr. Tom Hunley has been with WKU for twelve years. He obtained his doctorate in English with a Creative Dissertation at Florida State University, and minored in Composition Studies and Creative Writing Pedagogy. Dr. Hunley currently has two books under contract titled Plunk—a collection of poetry—and Creative Writing Pedagogies, that he co-edited with Alexandria Peary of Salem University. Jacky Killian:
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Professor, Poet, and Musician

Here’s a video of Dr. Hunley with his band performing at RevFest. For more videos featuring Dr. Hunley, visit his Youtube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfGI2mgmdAtpa5vyEB5i7Eg

Arty Marty

Today, I bring an interview with Martin Lucas Kenny from the Art Department. He runs a webcomic called Just Another Superhero Story (JASS for short).

Study Abroad While Ye May.

The English Department held a small study abroad fair in Cherry Hall. Here’s some people telling you why they think studying abroad in a useful thing for students.

Do You Want to Build a Sno- No

If you are enjoying the weather as much as I am, you are probably laying in bed contemplating moving right now. It is cold outside and, unfortunately, our friend Bob Skipper won’t cancel classes because it is cold. So, instead of Yik Yaking about how cold it is, how about we suck it up and power through the cold months
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Meeting Bowman (all over again.)

Chantel Bowman is a long time acquaintance of mine. We’ve known each other since elementary school, so basically from kindergarten to cap-and-gown. Chantel once wanted to be a nurse, but soon discovered she has a niche for English. She’s unstoppable, and has had a book published during her time here at WKU. Jacky Killian: What does it mean to be
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