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Scholar House rendering
Construction has begun on the Eastern Scholar House.
Vice photo from reception
As her long and distinguished career at EKU neared its end, Dr. Janna Vice held her thumb and index finger about an inch apart...
file photo of Keen Johnson Bldg.
A recent EKU graduate finished second in the Amazon International Studio Photo Contest.
Order and Chaos graphic
The opening program in the 2016-17 Chautauqua Lecture Series at EKU will feature Nancy Nyquist Potter, author, philosopher and...

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photo of check presentation
The Kentucky Adapted Physical Education (KAPE) program, operated by EKU’s Department of Exercise and Sports Science and the...
File photo of choir
Dozens of cultural events are scheduled during the fall semester at EKU. They include concerts, plays and art exhibits.
Stratton Bldg. photo
Dr. Tom Barker, professor emeritus in EKU's College of Justice & Safety and an internationally recognized expert on outlaw...
Keen Johnson Building file photo
The new Vickers lot and the Ashland and lower Perkins lots on Kit Carson Drive are now open to both commuters and residential...
Progress reader file photo
EKU’s student chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists has been named the Outstanding Campus Chapter for Region 5,...
EKUI sign file photo
The EKU Board of Regents, meeting in a special-called session on Thursday, Aug. 18, welcomed three new members.

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EKU Archaeology Field School 2016

The University’s anthropology program recently entered into an agreement with the U.S. Forest Service to conduct archaeology field schools in the Forest for the next five years (and likely beyond) at various sites within Daniel Boone National Forest. The work began this summer with an investigation of prehistoric Native American sites in Jackson County.

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