High School Journalism Workshop at Western Kentucky University

WKU Xposure

High School Journalism Workshop at Western Kentucky University

WKU Xposure

High School Journalism Workshop at Western Kentucky University

WKU Xposure

How to get help

How to get help

Madeleine Kiluba, Paul Laurence Dunbar High School | Lexington, Kentucky
June 19, 2022
Josie Gilvin, left, an incoming freshman at WKU, said the global coronavirus pandemic was a very lonely time.

A LONELY TIME: Pandemic isolation, grief take toll on teen mental health

Delilah Brumer, Daniel Pearl Magnet High School | Los Angeles, California
June 19, 2022
Youth show increasing addiction to online porn

Youth show increasing addiction to online porn

Vincent Porco, Atherton High School | Louisville, Kentucky
June 19, 2022
Abigail Turner and her support goldendoodle Daisy take a break on an evening walk on the WKU campus.

Support animals a growing trend on campus

Nia Davis, Prince Edward County High School | Farmville, Virginia
June 19, 2022
The Healing Place, a treatment center in downtown Louisville.

Lack of treatment for teens creates addiction vulnerability

Jaylin Jaggers, Oldham County High School | LaGrange, Kentucky
June 19, 2022
Photo illustration: A teen dials 988.

Nationwide 988 mental health hotline could aid in crisis

Shelbie Heath, Bullitt East High School | Mount Washington, Kentucky
June 19, 2022
A statue of the WKU campus portrays dance, but could also show the power of having someone to lean on.

Our bodies store, react to trauma

Elyse Owens, Atherton High School | Louisville, Kentucky
June 19, 2022
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