Publication Date

5-26-1950

Abstract

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

  • Book Marks
  • Hilltopics
  • Society Page
  • Faculty Notes
  • Club News
  • Sports
  • Birds I View
  • Looking Backward
  • Kentucky Building News
  • Alumni Flashes
  • Personals
  • Vets Views
  • Kentucky Building News
  • Musical Notes
  • Tidbits of Kentucky Folklore

Articles in this issue:

  • College Heights Herald Celebrates Its 25th Year
  • Western’s 27th Graduating Class Get Degrees June 1
  • Grads to Hear Two Educators
  • Herald Editors Have Chosen Varied Careers
  • Arch Rivals Meet in Ohio Valley Conference
  • Hawkins, Edith. Western Music Department Plays Top Role in Laurel Festival This Weekend
  • Herald Staff Tours C.T. Dearing Co., and the Courier-Journal
  • Bardin, Michael. Industrial Arts Dept. Makes Rapid Gain Under L.T. Smith
  • Mason, Tom. Heralds Record Top Events of Past Quarter Century
  • Hawkins, Edith. 2500 Years of Music are Found in the 54-Album Library of Carnegie Records
  • Scholarship is Set Up to Honor Thaddeus Stoneceipher
  • Rather, Venchel. Education Curriculum Has Grown Over 25-Year Span
  • Gets Scholarship – Laverne Van Cleve
  • Campus Grew as Ogden Joined Western in 1927
  • Bosier, Norma. Summertime Jobs Await Several Western Students
  • Hawkins, Edith. Greatest Concert Artists Have Come to Western During Quarter-Century
  • Physics Dept. One of Oldest
  • Best in Health Facilities Given
  • Art Head Speaks – Ruth Temple
  • Gerald Edds to Get M.D.
  • Hawkins, Edith. School Song Celebrates Twenty-Fifth Birthday
  • Myers, Helen. Bronze Statue Stands as a Memorial to Western’s Founder, H.H. Cherry
  • 1928-’29 Grads Set Reunion for June 1
  • Mason, Tom. Reserve Commissions in Air and Infantry go to ROTC Grads
  • 1926 Sees Start of Psychology
  • Economics and Sociology Offered Here Since 1924
  • 1950 Talisman Editors – Leonard Curry & Jo Ann Jones
  • Extension Courses Have Aided 20,000 in Quarter-Century
  • Club Meets – Physical Education Club
  • Stone, Vernon. Thanks to a Great Staff! – editorial
  • Newspaper & College Heights
  • Garrett, Paul. Letter from President Garrett
  • Debaters Meet
  • Shore, Kenneth. Healthful Diet Stressed by Western’s Cafeteria
  • Industrial Arts Dept. Has Grown in 25 Years
  • Cherry Club Meets
  • Shore, Kenneth. Western Players Has Trained Students in Stage & Speech Arts Since 1934
  • Math Dept. Dates from 1915
  • 1440 Choose Majors in English in 25 Years
  • Banquet Held – A.M. Stickles History Club
  • Group Meets – Pershing Rifles
  • Med Schools Accept 16
  • Geography Dept. Interests Many
  • Art Training Attracts Many
  • To Begin Practice – Frank Yarborough
  • Personnel Team Bats 1.000 in Placement Game
  • Students Get Scholarships – LaVerne Van Cleave, Beverly Martin
  • Herald Takes Highest Honors During 25 Years
  • Hawkins, Edith. How Styles do Change! 25-Year Fashion Parade Shown in Herald Ads
  • Boster, Norma. History of the Kentucky Building is Told
  • Gunderson, Hugh. Capacity Crowd Attends Johana Harris Concert
  • Goodman, Kathleen. Best in Home Economists Graduated by Western Since 1925
  • 1950 Talisman Arrives on Hill
  • Rural Training School Gives Teacher Training
  • Hayride Held – Leiper English Club
  • Death Takes Former Herald Sports Editor – John Wells
  • Glenn Kendall Made President of Chico College
  • Smith, Katheryn. Pollster Asks: Why Did You Come to Western?
  • Bowling Green is Ideal College City
  • 17 Business Managers Have Done Herald Ads
  • Clubs Offer Social Life
  • Ford, Bill. Many From Hill Choose Writing Careers
  • 15,000 Taught Penmanship by G.G. Craig Since 1927
  • Shore, Kenneth. New Methods Introduced by Language Department During Quarter-Century
  • First Student – H.L. Donovan
  • Graduates Open New Clinic – James Willoughby & M.J. Cundiff
  • Homer Nation Gets Honor
  • To Take Trip – LaVerne Van Cleave
  • College High P.T.A. Slates Senior Reception
  • Burd, Bill. Football Began in 1905, First Varsity Game in 1913
  • Burd, Bill. Thinlies Have Best Season of Track History
  • Burd, Bill. Leslie Hews Introduced Tennis to Western 19 Years Ago
  • ROTC Has Barbeque
  • Vance, Kenneth. Basketball Has Brought Western Fame in Sports World Since 1914
  • Pershing Rifles Cops Top Honors
  • Boster, Norma. Arndt Stickles Tells Story of History Department
  • Intercollegiate Sports Began with Baseball
  • Ford, Bill. Library Plays Major Role in Life of Every Student
  • Modern Farm Methods Taught
  • Young, Wellington. Student Awards Presented

Disciplines

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