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He meant it as a good-natured joke.
But when Chris Butcher, a senior at South Laurel High School, tweeted, “@EKUAdmissions better step up their game because (a rival school) sent me some candy,” he soon found out just how seriously Eastern Kentucky University was taking his interest.
Four finalists to become the next director of athletics at Eastern Kentucky University have been identified.
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After he graduated from Betsy Layne High School and enrolled at Pikeville College in 1949, he didn't have enough money even to ride a bus from his home in the Floyd County community of Harold to Pikeville, just 12 miles away, let alone e
Recent Eastern Kentucky University graduate Mark Heeren is a finalist in the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi's Graduation Photo Contest.
James Taylor Speaks, Somerset, a member of Eastern Kentucky University's football team and a junior risk management and insurance major, is one of only 30 students nationwide selected for the Anita Benedetti Student Involvement Program (
As a researcher and professor, he wanted to bring enriching evidence to his classes that supports the proposition that all people are truly created equal and that an informed and supportive environment promotes personal growth and a healthy
"Excited," said Tori Caldwell, is an inadequate word to convey her reaction to winning one of only 108 Gilman International Scholarships awarded nationally to study abroad.
The pieces of a new diversity and inclusion initiative at Eastern Kentucky University might be many, but the whole is a campus where everyone understands “we’re all part of the same fabric.”