Publication Date

Fall 2012


WKU alumni magazine. Contents:

  • Ransdell, Gary. President’s Letter
  • Hilltoppers Go for the Gold – Olympics, Claire Donahue, Gavin Smellie, Raigo Toompuu
  • Instruments that Shaped American History – Kentucky Museum
  • WKU Students Shine When It Comes to National Scholarships
  • Gatton Academy of Mathematics & Science
  • Chuck Clark Named Director of WKU Student Publications
  • Health Sciences Complex Will House Nursing, Physical Therapy Programs
  • Paul Markham receives National Award for Leadership in Civic Engagement
  • Todd Stewart Named WKU Director of Athletics
  • All 19 WKU Athletic Teams Exceed NCAA-Required 925 APR Score
  • 3 Students Receive Awards in Hearst Program’s National Championships
  • WKU, USDA-ARS Open Greenhouse Facility at National Research Lab
  • Capitol Spotlight: Chad Aull
  • ROTC Graduates Establish Scholarship as Part of Wedding Plans – Timothy Kloth
  • Faculty & Staff Donor Spotlight on Ann Mead
  • Gheens Foundation Gift Provides SkyTeach Scholarships
  • New Century of Spirit Campaign Celebration
  • Exhibit Gallery Presented by Farmers National Bank – Augenstein Alunni Center
  • Young Alumnus Setting an Example – Blake Harrison, Augenstein Alunni Center
  • Kreis & Betty McGuire - Augenstein Alunni Center
  • David & Miki Wiseman - Augenstein Alunni Center
  • Kris & Todd Wilkerson - Augenstein Alunni Center
  • Wilma Klein of New Albany, Indiana - Augenstein Alunni Center
  • David Buchanon - Augenstein Alunni Center
  • Taylor, Robbin. Reflections on 15 Years of Progress – Gary Ransdell
  • Jeffrey, Jonathan. New Music Rehearsal Hall
  • WKU Student Photojournalist’s Barak Obama Photo Featured in New Yorker – Luke Sharrett
  • Red, White & WKU – Homecoming
  • Three to Join WKU’s Hall of Distinguished Alumni – Russ Faxon, Margaret Munday, Victor Strahm
  • Skipper, Bob. Student’s Portrait of Journalist Anthony Shadid Attracts Attention of His Widow – Ebony Marshman
  • Adventures of the Red Towel
  • Niedermeier, Lynn. A Chorus from the Hill: The Songs of WKU
  • In Memoriam – Julian Goodman
  • Class Notes


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