Greeks grapple with housing changes

As Todd and Dupree halls are scheduled to be torn down fall 2017, EKU’s Greek life is scrambling to figure out where their new home will be—and whether that home will be on campus.



Coach Flohre talks record breaking season

First year head coach Nick Flohre has turned EKU’s soccer program around overnight. The Colonels have 12 wins on the season, a record for a program that went 4-12 the previous year.



Chi Omega dances for charity

Chi Omega hosted their second annual dance marathon, Dance for Wishes, to help raise money for their philanthropy, Make-A-Wish Foundation.

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Students discovered passed out in running vehicle

October 6 A resident was driving on Lancaster Avenue with no headlights. When the student was stopped, she admitted to having a metal grinder with residue, a blunt in a Swisher Sweet wrapper and a baggie of marijuana buds....

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Parking changes have affected both commuters and residents

To whom it may concern, Did the changes made to EKU’s parking system this past summer of 2016 make things work any better for residents and commuters? No, because people have to park illegally and park in different lots that...

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