The Eastern Kentucky University's student chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists has been named as the winner of the Campus Program of the Year award. The national award recognizes EKU SPJ’s most recent First Amendment Week program, titled “Guardians and the War on Truth,” which …
Both students and faculty from Eastern Kentucky University and Berea College participated in a global climate change strike Friday afternoon to let adults and political officials know that they are tired of inaction in regards to the rapidly declining environment.
On Friday kindergarten students had a fun prequel to the long weekend when area organizations brought their vehicles to the Madison Kindergarten Academy. MKA Principal Jennifer Martin and Family Resource Center (FRC) Director Michelle Dunaway collaborated to initiate the school's first ever …
A pack of Lions and Tigers is joining up with citizens of Berea and Richmond to help ensure that more kids will be properly outfitted for the chill of winter. The Cub Scouts of America, Pack 516, is conducting a "Coats For Kids" coat drive through Oct. 31. The kindergarten-aged Lions are led…
Eastern Kentucky University's Mike Savage has been elected to serve on the Board of Directors for National Public Radio (NPR) for a second term, which officially begins in November.
Students who are less inclined to open up their textbooks to find out what NaCl is can soon find the answer in a comic book.
LEXINGTON -- The University of Kentucky, with its dining partner Aramark, purchased more than $2.6 million in locally raised and manufactured foods in 2018-2019 -- a record level of commitment to the state's farm and food economy and businesses, according to UK's annual dining sourcing report.
The two career centers that parents have been requesting for quite some time have seen another step toward their creations in Tuesday's Madison County Board of Education meeting.
LEXINGTON -- The University of Kentucky Center for Applied Energy Research (CAER) has received a $2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Fossil Energy to improve efficiency and reliability at existing and future coal-fired power plants.
To kickoff the 20th year of the Chautauqua Lecture Series, Eastern Kentucky University has invited Yale professor and author Oswald Schmitz to deliver the Celebration of Science Week keynote address on Thursday.
For a third consecutive year, David Ratliff, the director for Madison Southern High School's marching band, has seen his numbers steadily climb.
Beginning in fall 2019, all students who are enrolled in at least five credit hours each semester, including commuters and non-residential students, are now required to purchase the mandatory Declining Balance meal plan.
LEXINGTON -- In an effort to attract more health care professionals to parts of the state, the Kentucky State Loan Repayment Program is now accepting applications from health care providers seeking assistance with paying off their student loan debt.
The annual TECX conference will be held for the first time ever in downtown Lexington this Sept. 19-21, where industry leaders from across the commonwealth and nation will share their losses and triumphs on their winding road to success, while also illuminating the path to one's own.
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