Places to eat in Bowling Green by College Heights HeraldJan 01, 2010 “Verdi Restaurant and Bar 410 E Main St. (270) 781-9817 Price Range: About $15 to $25 per entree. Example Entree: chicken and crab scaloppine with sherry for $16. Mariah's 801 State St. (270) 842-6878 Price Range: About $10 to $20 per entree. Example Entree: filet mignon for $19.”
The Cabin offers bluegrass venue, country cooking by College Heights HeraldJan 01, 2010 “Scottsville Road and Campbell Lane are saturated with restaurants. National chains and local gems give Western students options, no matter how varying their taste buds. But down State Street, where it becomes Old Louisville Road, is a quaint restaurant, called The Cabin.”
Two new Living Learning Communities start this fall by College Heights HeraldJan 01, 2010 “When Matt Vaughan, a sophomore from Mexico, Mo., came to Western fall 2007, he was a little nervous about coming to a school where he knew no one. But when Vaughan started talking with his fellow residents in Minton Hall, he found they had a lot in common, including a desire to change the world.”
Senior art showcased in Kentucky Library and Museum by College Heights HeraldMay 06, 2009 “A plethora of senior artwork is being showcased in the Kentucky Library and Museum until May 17. Gallery director Kristina Arnold said that of the 40 art department graduates, 30 are participating in the exhibition. The art department has always had a senior exhibition, although it has taken different forms every year, she said.”
Seniors celebrate graduation with unique cap art by College Heights HeraldMay 06, 2009 “Graduation day is close. And students are thinking of ways their families can pick them out of the massive crowd of graduates before they shake President Gary Ransdell's hand. Every grad is unique. Graduation caps, or mortarboards, can reflect that easily.”
Frequently asked graduation questions by College Heights HeraldMay 06, 2009 “Registrar Freida Eggleton answered some frequently asked questions for graduating seniors. Q: Do students need tickets for their guests at graduation? She said that's probably the most frequently asked question she gets. The ceremonies are open to the public and there isn't a restriction on the number of guests who can attend, Eggleton said.”
BASEBALL: Toppers hope to improve tourney performance by College Heights HeraldMay 06, 2009 “Senior shortstop Terrence Dayleg said before the season that the team hadn't specifically talked about goals for the season, but he knew the Toppers were on the same page with their expectations for 2009. "To do better than we did last year," Dayleg said.”
Students lobby City commission about stimulus money by College Heights HeraldMay 06, 2009 “Some Western students encouraged the Bowling Green City Commission Tuesday to spend stimulus money on weatherizing homes.
Lexington junior Greg Capillo spoke to Mayor Elaine Walker and commissioners at a work session on Tuesday afternoon. A couple of other Western students also attended.”
Places to stay in Bowling Green by College Heights HeraldMay 06, 2009 “Baymont Inn & Suites 165 Three Springs Road (270) 843-3200 Nightly rates: About $74 to $84 during the week and about $84 to $89 during the weekend. Holiday Inn University Plaza-Bowling Green 1021 Wilkinson Trace (270) 745-0088 Nightly rates: About $119. Courtyard by Marriott Bowling Green Convention Center 1010 Wilkinson Trace (270) 783-8569 Nightly rates: About $109.”
Graduation playlist by College Heights HeraldMay 06, 2009 “Every spring, whether for giddy kindergartner's, hormonal eighth-graders, anxious high school seniors or terrified college graduates, sappy songs provide the soundtrack for family celebrations and video yearbooks. In nine days, Western graduates will flip their tassels and move on to forever.”
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