On the evening of November 7, 2011, Dr. Patricia Minter from the History Department discussed “Lincoln, Civil Liberties, and Habeas Corpus.” She discussed Lincoln’s handling of anti-war protest and civil rights. This was an important issue with many parallels being made between the civil war and the war on terror. The lecture was part of the travelling exhibition “Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War.”
Daily Archives: November 7, 2011
WKU Libraries’ Web site with its One-Search Box hit the Top 5 most visited Web sites from WKU’s homepage for the month of October with 48,434 visits immediately after it’s new look’s debut in the OUCampus content management system.
According to WKU Public Affairs, the Google Analytics reports that WKU Libraries came in fifth after the WKU homepage, Webmail, Current Students landing page and Academics landing page.
Way to go WKU Libraries!!!
Dr. Jerry W. Passon, who teaches English and technical writing at Hopkinsville Community College, gave a talk on corvette in literature and culture as an American symbol at Barnes & Noble Booksellers in Bowling Green, KY on the evening of November 10, 2011. The event was the last of the “Kentucky Live! Southern Culture at Its Best” talks series organized by the WKU Libraries.