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Denison Enterprises

So when I’m not writing or working or planning international hiking trips, one group I’m involved with on campus is called Denison Enterprises. Whenever anyone asks what I want to do after graduation (the infamous question..), my immediate response is always ‘business school!’ And the follow-up is nearly always ‘what kind of business?’, to which my short answer is something dealing with entrepreneurship, but the more details answer gets more complicated. 621 more words

Sierra Says: Use These Sites And Get A Job

Sierra Sanchez knows something other successful students (and graduates) know: you have to do the work.

Sierra (BA-COM 2015) is a member of the social media team at Pottery Barn. 244 more words

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Education in a foreign country: Yes or No!?

“Should I go for higher education abroad or not?”

I am sure this question is familiar to many students in some part of their educational journey, whether it is a decision to go to international universities or to a university in another city. 477 more words


WKU Steel Bridge team finishes in top 25 in 2015 national competition

WKU civil engineering students competed in the 2015 National Student Steel Bridge Competition May 22-23 at the University of Missouri, Kansas City.

Approximately 3,000 civil engineering students from across the nation and world built more than 215 steel bridges and competed in regional competitions in hopes of qualifying for the national competition. 362 more words

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57 students participate in WKU's 2015 LeaderShape Institute

WKU’s Student Activities Office recently hosted its ninth campus-based WKU LeaderShape Institute, an intensive, energizing, six-day experience to help students better their leadership skills.

A group of 57 students spent May 16-22 at the All Saints Center in Leitchfield to participate in lectures, activities and exercises focused on their personal values and visions they have to better the world in which we live. 437 more words

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Graduation 2015: By the Numbers

Congratulations, Baylor College of Medicine class of 2015!

Graduation was held Tuesday, May 26 at Jesse H. Jones Hall for Performing Arts, with community leader and advocate for education Melanie Gray giving the commencement speech. 18 more words


We Love to Learn!

Take a look at these pictures that show our learning in action throughout the months of April and May.

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