Whitaker Bank Class of 2020 Virtual Salute
Celebrate the Class of 2020

It's time to graduate for the Class of 2020! View our Whitaker Bank Class of 2020 Virtual Salute to see profiles of graduates, read news from around the area, and submit a profile of your own favorite graduate!

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Kentucky State University President Dr. M. Christopher Brown II was watching Gov. Andy Beshear’s daily press conference on June 8 when he heard Lt. Gov. Jacqueline Coleman talk about working with the state’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) — KSU and Simmons College — to r…

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Kentucky State University President M. Christopher Brown II presented the Board of Regents Finance and Administration Committee with a budget adjustment and reduction in force update detailing operational efficiencies and eliminating staff positions totaling approximately $4.6 million, or 9.…

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Kentucky State University junior outfielder Dom Lawson has been honored by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) for his work on the field and in the classroom.

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Kentucky State University had 22 student-athletes who finished degree requirements at the end of the spring semester.

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As the world responds to halt the spread of the ever-changing, global pandemic COVID-19, Kentucky State University remains committed to supporting our entire campus community while executing appropriate actions and precautions to ensure safety. Whether you are learning, teaching, or working …

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The Franklin County Community Early Childhood Council, in collaboration with Frankfort Independent Schools and Franklin County Public Schools, is hosting the annual kindergarten readiness Kids Fest event at Kentucky State University’s Exum Center from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday.  

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The Kentucky State University Board of Regents extended its time period to approve President M. Christopher Brown II’s annual performance review in a quarterly board meeting on Thursday. 

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Lawyers for Kentucky State University and its provost have asked a judge to dismiss a lawsuit by a former professor who claims the university denied her due process, breached her contract and violated the Fair Labor Standards Act. 

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A Kentucky State University professor has filed a federal lawsuit against the university, saying it denied her due process, breached her contract and violated the Fair Labor Standards Act. 

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