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The EKU Board of Regents will meet for their regularly scheduled quarterly meeting in the John Crabbe Library Monday, Sept. 24 at 1 p.m.

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The Eastern Kentucky University Honors Program will host Bobby Lee Verdugo and Yoli Rios in this week’s Chautauqua lecture, “The LA School Wal…

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Family members and friends of Colonels are invited to the annual Family Weekend on Sept. 21-23. The weekend kicks off with Free Campus Recreat…

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The Student Activities Council is kicking off family weekend with a showing of ‘Incredibles 2’ in the Ravine.

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Thursday, Sept. 14 speakers Amy and Dave Freeman talked about their year long experience living in the wilderness in order to raise awareness …

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The first regular faculty senate meeting of the semester begins at 3:30 p.m. on Sept. 10 in the South Ballroom in Keen Johnson. The meeting is…

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The Eastern Kentucky University Honors Program will begin the 2018-19 Chautauqua Lecture series Thursday Sept. 13, in O’Donnell Auditorium at …

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Ben has stayed close to Caitlin Turner’s side since her freshman year began this August. He shares all the same classes with Turner, eats ever…

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The Progress wants to highlight your work and your accomplishments, whether you draw, write, compose, or engage in some other creative express…

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EKU Campus Recreation’s Adventure Programs is traveling to Bryson City, North Carolina, Sept. 8-9 for a whitewater rafting and ziplining trip.…

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 The EKU Police Department is hosting a free women’s self-defense class on Aug. 31 and Sept. 1. The class lasts two days, 12 hours in total. S…

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 September is National Yoga Month and EKU Campus Recreation is holding an event called ‘Yoga and Yogurt’ for students on Sept. 4 from 7:45 to …

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On Aug. 23 EKU Campus Recreation is hosting Rec the Ravine from 5 to 8 p.m. at the campus ravine across the street from the John Crabbe Library. 

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 New and returning Eastern Kentucky University students are paying more in fees this fall after the Board of Regents approved a new “Asset Pre…

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Eastern Kentucky University President Benson spoke at the annual university convocation event Tuesday morning to celebrate the University's ac…

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The Eastern Progress launched a complete redesign of the website with a goal to better inform the campus community through all of our platform…

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At the end of the fall 2017 semester the Powell Student Center closed to begin renovations turning what used to be a lively epicenter of campu…

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Vote counts of the 2018 Student Government Association (SGA) election were obtained by The Eastern Progress Thursday, nine days after Informat…

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EKU School of Music announced Tuesday, April 10, its plans to cut the marching band program, according to Kentucky Today.

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All too often, our First Amendment rights are taken for granted. This First Amendment Week, The Eastern Progress staff wants to remind readers…

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EKU’s Office of Sustainability, Division of Natural Areas, Biological Sciences, Facilities Services, and the American Chestnut Foundation team…

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Learn how to update your resume, better use your LinkedIn, network and refine your interview skills, with career transition workshops in the C…

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Join fellow future teachers in the Model Lab School Library to learn about the recent legislation and how it will impact your future from a pa…

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The theme of this year’s Pedagogicon, which will be held in Crabbe Library/Noel Studio, encourages students to promote student-centered teachi…

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Students can come out to Meadowbrook Farm for Ag Celebration Day and be given a tour as well as educated about agriculture and the issues it h…