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Content Any Way U Want It!

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Students cope with rising inflation

Students cope with rising inflation

Heidi Gasser, Reporter February 3, 2023

Emrys Rhodes lives with roommates and has picked up a second job to cover his basic needs. He is being frugal with spending, buying generic brands and limiting any expenses beyond necessities, however,...

Director of Public Safety announces new changes

Director of Public Safety announces new changes

Garrett Graybill, Reporter February 2, 2023

Director of Public Safety Michael Campbell shared updates within the BGSU Police Department and other areas regarding campus safety. The BGSU Police Department has hired three new officers. One starts...

Students live in hazardous conditions on campus

Students live in hazardous conditions on campus

Ryan Harless, Reporter February 1, 2023

Students at Bowling Green State University are living in dormitories overrun with hazardous mold and pest infestations, according to evidence provided by building residents and residence life staff. Residents...

Downtown BG - Photo via Wikimedia Commons

BG ranked No. 3 by Zillow for most-popular college town

Nia Lambdin, Editor in Chief January 31, 2023

Zillow released its rankings of Most Popular Markets in late 2022, marking Bowling Green as one of the top three best college towns.  Bowling Green is behind top-ranked Tempe, home to Arizona State...

Planes used in the aviation program lined up on the runway.

BGSU alumni attempts 48 states in 48 hours

Emily Dimick, Reporter January 24, 2023

BGSU alumni, Barry Behnfeldt of 1983 and Aaron Wilson of 2004 are going to attempt to accomplish flying through all 48 contiguous states within 48 hours, according to BGSU.  The purpose of this journey...

Bowling Green Police Department Building

BGPD upgrades parking enforcement

Emily Dimick, Reporter January 24, 2023

Starting on Jan. 19, the Bowling Green Police Department will be creating more efficiency within parking enforcement, through the use of the Roker Parking Solution, according to the City of Bowling Green.  Improvements...

Stone Foltz Memorial, 2021

Foltz family reaches $2.9 million settlement with BGSU over hazing death

Ryan Dick, News Content Director January 23, 2023

The family of Bowling Green State University sophomore Stone Foltz has reached a $2.9 million settlement with the university. It’s the largest payout by a public university in a hazing case in Ohio...

A woven hand-held fan on display in the Willard Wankelman Gallery.

BGSU kicks off visual and performance art gallery

Blake Pierce, Reporter January 17, 2023

Artists of mixed ages and identities were represented at the “Art of Diversity: Art for the Public Good” exhibit on Saturday, Jan. 14, inside the Willard Wankelman Gallery in the Fine Arts Center and...

Construction continues on new Culvers in front of Walmart in Bowling Green.

Culver’s opening in Bowling Green this spring

Makenna Flores, Managing Editor January 17, 2023

ButterBurgers, cheese curds and frozen custard will be the newest food additions to the town of Bowling Green come this spring.  Culver’s is planning to open April 2023 on West Gypsy Lane Road, east...

Picture taken during Ryan Walkers memorial event held on campus

Drunk driver indicted in death of BGSU student

Nia Lambdin, Editor in Chief January 17, 2023

Nearly four months after a fatal four-vehicle crash, a man has been indicted on charges of aggravated vehicular homicide and driving under the influence. James Baker Jr. was indicted in December after...

How to give thanks and give back locally this Thanksgiving

How to give thanks and give back locally this Thanksgiving

Laura Sandlin , Reporter November 22, 2022

Thanksgiving is the perfect time to spend with family and friends and reflect on what you’re grateful for. However, some are not as lucky during the holiday season. Food insecurity along with a lack...

Grounds for Thought in Bowling Green.

Blending books and coffee in Downtown BG

Faith Zochowski , Reporter November 22, 2022

Studying, drinking coffee and reading books are all typical activities for college students. Grounds for Thought and Novel Blends are two locations in downtown Bowling Green where students can go to participate...

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