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Catch up on the very latest in campus news at EKU Stories. Click "More On This Announcement" below for news on students, colleagues, alumni and more.

Featured stories this week:
Alumnus Librarian Honored
Ashley Earns Certified Professional Facilitator Accreditation
Toyin Falola to Give Chautauqua Black History Month Address
National Juried Art Exhibition Open Now
Senior Director of Development Receives the Beth K. Fields Award
"Seeing the Unseen," Book Released by Emeritus Foundation Professor Kenneth Tunnell

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The window for comments on the following administrative policies will close at 4:30 p.m., on Feb. 17:

1.3.5, Website Accessibility
8.3.10, Campaigning Activity of Employees
11.2.5, Social Media Communications

Click "More On This Announcement" below to make comments.

Event Date: January 17; 
Contact Information: Haley Norberg, 622-8835
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Join us for lots of Valentine's fun. We will have a Valentine's Day book pop-up from 10 a.m.-noon, free cookies and cocoa from noon-3 p.m. (while supplies last), a photo booth throughout the day and a contest in the Learning Resources Center.

Event Date: February 14; 
Location: John Grant Crabbe Main Library
Cost: Free

Contact Information: Christina Stallard, 622-1072
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Case Kitchen will be hosting a special meal for Valentine's Day.

Event Date: February 14; 11 a.m.
Location: Upper Case Dining Hall
Cost: $6

Contact Information: Jeremy Hacker, 622-5005

Battered Cod
Herb Baked Chicken
Crispy French Fries
Buttered Corn on the Cob
Old-Fashioned Cole Slaw
Blueberry Chia Toast
Sesame Noodle Salad
GardenburgerĀ® Black Bean Veggie Burger
Turkey Chili & Cheese Corn Dog
Lo Mein Noodles
Smoky Shoyu Pork Broth
Classic Cheese Pizza
Red Velvet Cream Cheese Bar
Blueberry Crumb Cupcake

Event Date: February 14; 11 a.m.
Location: Upper Case Dining Hall
Cost: $9

Contact Information: Jeremy Hacker, 622-5005
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Learning to identify trees can be challenging, especially in winter months. So come join the experts on a winter walk through some of the trails at Taylor Fork Ecological Area. By the end of the hike, you will know how to identify some trees and shrubs by their winter features, as well as learn some fun and interesting facts about the species and families that we come across. Although the focus will be on woody species, there will be chances to learn about other interesting species too.

Be sure to dress for cooler weather and for a brisk hike. Bringing water is encouraged. For directions and registration, click "More On This Announcement" below.

Event Date: February 15; 1-3 p.m.
Location: Taylor Fork Ecological Area
Cost: Free