Karl Park, who will retire as EKU's sports information director in December after 34 years, holds a plaque presented to him at halftime of the Nov. 22 football game. On hand to help celebrate were, left to right, Park's son Drew, daughter Rachel and wife Shelley, director of Student Financial Assistance; Athletics Director John Shafer and President Glasser.
David Alan Hobbs Jr. played Hal in the EKU Theatre production of "Proof," David Auburn’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play presented on campus Nov. 19-22. (Charlie Vance/Student Photographer, Public Relations)
Three EKU students were honored at recent American Mock Trial Association tournaments, including the Robert E. Sanders Invitational Tournament Nov. 7-8 at EKU, where Eastern finished eighth overall in a field of 22 teams.
Several events have been planned on campus to recognize AIDS Awareness Week, including “Living with AIDS: A Personal Conversation with Annette,” a faculty/staff brown bag lunch on Tuesday, Dec. 2, from noon to 1 p.m. in the Powell Building’s Faculty Dining Room. This program is sponsored by Student Health Services, PRIDE Alliance, Thursday Alternative Get-a-way and Student Life.
Left to right: Ted Insko, ROTC Alumni Chapter president; Lyle Cook, provost and vice president of academic affairs; and Dick Perry, Alumni Association president, took part in the groundbreaking on Nov. 7 for the ROTC Veteran's Memorial, being contructed on campus to honor alumni, students, faculty and staff whose deaths were related to military service. (Chris Radcliffe/Student Photographer, Public Relations)
EKU honored military veterans during a special halftime tribute of the football game Saturday, Nov. 8. The annual tribute was sponsored by EKU and the Department of Military Science and Leadership to honor veterans of all branches of the military for their service to the nation. Veterans escorted their service colors through an honor cordon presented by EKU’s Pershing Rifles. (Sam Gish/Student Photographer, Public Relations)