Publication Date

2-1931

Abstract

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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Class News
  • Club News
  • Editorials
  • Field News by Kelly Thompson
  • High Spots of Chapel
  • Letters from Susie
  • Personals
  • Society
  • Training School Notes

This issue contains articles:

  • Physical Education Building is Opened – Helm Library
  • Historical Pageant to be Staged – Pageant of Progress
  • Faculty Reception Given for Students
  • Cast for Play Announced by Senior Class
  • William Crabb Succumbs at Home in Louisville
  • College Band Perfects New Organization
  • ROTC Shoots First Round of Rifle Contest
  • Enrollment of Western Shows Large Increase
  • College Heads in Convention at Lexington
  • Book of Poems Published in London Likely to be Donated to Local Museum
  • Brahms Quartette Presents Concert in Van Meter Hall
  • English Club at Chapel on Feb. 18
  • Classical Association to Meet Here in 1931
  • Approximately Twenty-five Students are Doing Pre-Medical Work Here
  • J.R. Alexander Tells of the Kentucky Building
  • Mayor John Rodes Talks on Life of Lincoln
  • Strahm, Franz. What is This Thing Called “Music Education?”
  • Prof. A.C. Burton Speaks at Teachers Meeting
  • Rural School Are to Enter Contest
  • The New Physical Education Building – Helm Library
  • Westerners Guests at Rotary Luncheon
  • Library Rearranged Between Semesters
  • Ten Members of Murray Faculty Are Former Western Stduents
  • Dramatic Club
  • English Club Meeting
  • The French Club
  • Group from Hill Sings to Rotarians
  • The Educational Council
  • History Club
  • Classical Club
  • Intra-mural Activities for Boys Started
  • Sophs Win Cup in Girls’ Class Tournament
  • Rev. Charles Leavell Enrolls at Western
  • Kentucky School Journal Publishes Article by Dr. Gordon Wilson Schoolmasters Club Organized Recently
  • W.M. Willey Has Article Published in National Magazine
  • Missionary to Africa Speaks to Students – Rev. H.M. Washburn
  • Edgar Stansbury is Elected Coach at Lancaster
  • Whitmer’s Genetics Class Visits Asylum
  • Group from Western Hears Paderewski
  • Mr. J.R. Whitmer Speaks at BGHS
  • Desks for Physical Education Building Made by Students
  • George Page Speaks at BGHS

Disciplines

Advertising and Promotion Management | Creative Writing | Fiction | Higher Education Administration | Journalism Studies | Mass Communication | Poetry | Public Relations and Advertising | Social History | Sociology | Sports Studies | United States History