Publication Date

6-30-1961

Abstract

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. Regular features include:

  • Hilltopics
  • Book Marks
  • The Clock Says
  • Religious News
  • Looking Backward
  • The Potpourri Boils
  • Society
  • Alumni News
  • Faculty Facts
  • ROTC News
  • Above the Rim
  • Sports Slants

This issue contains articles:

  • Record Number Enrolled in 1961 Summer Session
  • Nineteen Win Grants for Graduate Work
  • College Heights Herald Expands to Weekly
  • Science Institute Enrolls 81 High School Teachers
  • Western’s 55th Year of Operation Opens Sept. 11
  • 314 to Receive Degrees at August Commencement
  • Players Plan Bus Stop and the Curious Savage
  • Western First in State With Counseling Program
  • Human Growth & Development Convenes July 19
  • National Science Foundation High School Program Enrolls Sixty-One
  • Superintendents Meeting Opens Friday, July 21
  • New Book Store Larger and Self-Service
  • Madison, Bernard. Herald to Offer News . . . More News
  • A.L. Crabb Honors City of Nashville in Novel
  • Western Grad Chosen As Professor of the Year – Harold Gilbreth
  • Three Ph. D’s Lecture to National Science Foundation Participants
  • Experience to Add to 1961-62 Debate Tean
  • Western to Award Co-eds Degrees in Medical Technology
  • Miss Susie Pate Attends Conference for Western
  • Male Animal Receives Five Players Awards
  • More Buildings to Take Shape As Fall Arrives
  • All-District Band Camp Held Here June 19-24
  • Frances Patterson Will Head 61-62 Iva Scott Club
  • Lyle, Bonnie. Dr. Thomas Stone . . . . . from Sing Sing to Singing
  • Education Fraternity Begins on Campus – Phi Delta Kappa
  • College High Senior is West Point Bound – Richard Dowse
  • Two In-Service Institutes to Open in Fall
  • Former Westerner James Hullet Named to New Position
  • ROTC Students Training at Summer Camp
  • Art Sater Will Head Spanish Club at Opening of Fall Term
  • Tau Kappa Alpha Initiates Three Western Students
  • New Members Will Join Faculty for 1961-62 Tem As Fall Semester Opens
  • Toppers Closed 1960-61 Athletic Season With Two First Places
  • Charlie Osborne Signs Contract With Syracuse of National Basketball Association
  • 1960-61 Sports Results
  • 1961 Western Football Schedule
  • Gordon Frank Named Congress Debate President
  • Western Player Graduates Continue As Professionals

Disciplines

Communication | Higher Education Administration | Journalism Studies | Mass Communication | Public Relations and Advertising | Social History | Sociology | Sports Studies | United States History