2017 Senior Show
Read semester-long reporting projects about mass incarceration, discrimination, sexual misconduct, homelessness, mental healthcare, bat disease and other important topics written by seniors in WKU's advanced reporting capstone class.
Politics & The Presidency
The research and reporting project of the Fall 2016 Fleischaker/Greene Scholars in First Amendment Studies course, "Politics & The Presidency."
Power, Privilege & Democracy
The research and reporting project of the Spring 2016 Fleischaker/Greene Scholars in First Amendment Studies course, "Power, Privilege & Democracy."
2016 Senior Show
Read work by Spring 2016 WKU journalism graduates. Major stories on climate change, ADHD, education and more.
The Kentucky Divide grew out of a desire to explore a range of issues related to our state’s income and wealth divides. Initiated in the Advanced Reporting class at Western Kentucky University, the project developed into a collaborative endeavor within the School of Journalism & Broadcasting during the Spring 2015 semester. Student reporters and editors partnered with students in the school’s Data Visualization and Interactive Media courses and student photojournalists. In doing so, we hoped to present an in-depth exposition of the issue in Kentucky while paying tribute to the state’s collective struggles, triumphs and evolution.
People from around the world move to the United States of America every day to start a new life. Some move as refugees, others to find work. Meet some of the families who have settled in Bowling Green, Kentucky.