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Coming from a Pakistani business family that for generations built and fostered relationships worldwide, she was raised and...
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Undergraduate students at Eastern Kentucky University are now eligible for an early-enrollment program at Salmon P. Chase...
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EKU Theatre’s annual Shakespeare in the Ravine program is bringing “Romeo and Juliet” to the Richmond campus this summer. The...
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Brook Bell welcomed the challenges of a career in public education with a smile after graduating from EKU with a bachelor’s...

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EKU held its inaugural Faculty Scholars Institute May 15-16.
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Many have testified to the unique bond between mother and daughter. Melanie and Sarah Franklin demonstrated that bond to the...
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Kelly Armour thinks of her four years at EKU as a book: a triumphant tale with an ending that surprised even its author. She...
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“Congratulations, today is your day! You’re off to great places, you’re off and away!” wrote Dr. Seuss in “Oh, The Places You’...
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During her stint as a campus tour guide, Jessa Hay heard one question from students and parents more often than any other: “Why...
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Raley Martin described studying at EKU as a “privilege” in her commencement address to the College of Letters, Arts and Social...

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Octogenarian Receives Degree

Fifty-four years after he had last set foot on the Richmond campus, 85-year-old Florida businessman Roy Davidson received a bachelor’s degree from Eastern Kentucky University at spring commencement ceremonies on May 11, 2018. Because of a personal tragedy, Mr. Davidson left Eastern Kentucky State College in 1964 just a few credit hours short of graduation.

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