Publication Date

6-30-1950

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:

  • Rural Life Conference Set for July 21-22
  • John Sherman Cooper to Address Seniors July 28
  • Mack Sisk Takes Top Kentucky Press Association Award
  • Kentucky’s Jesse Stuart Slated for Chapel Speech
  • Commission OKs Preliminary Set of Student Union Building Plans – Garrett Hall
  • Western Enrolls 1,365 for Summer Term
  • D.J. Wilgus to Join English Faculty This Fall
  • Thornbury, Ina. Students Work at Mammoth Cave Park
  • Agriculture Grads to Enter Marketing
  • Wilson Wood to Take Leave
  • Sibyl Stonecipher to go to Europe
  • Community Service – editorial
  • A Story – Almost – editorial
  • Stone, Vernon. Robert Penn Warren
  • Burd, Bill. Fulbright Plan Offers College Study Abroad
  • Mechanical Brains – editorial
  • Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered Was She
  • Alfred Crabb Extolls Beauty of Kentucky
  • Billy Craig Gets Alumni Gift
  • Justine Lynn Tells of Experiences in New York
  • Dan Baldwin Manager of Fair
  • 44 Seniors Escape Finals
  • Charles Smith Returns from Medical meeting
  • Lowell Harrison Nears Completion of Ph.D.
  • Seniors Give Bulletin Board to College
  • New Reference Books Added by Library
  • Dr. Roy Harris Writes Article
  • Dick Cassady Wins Contest
  • Susan Riley Edits Text
  • Outlook on Weather Told by “Outlook”
  • Receives Ogden Scholarship Medal – Nancy Good
  • Officers Added to Air ROTC
  • Jack Dye Gets Award for Life Saving
  • Co-Eds Represent WLBJ in Queen Contest
  • L.R. Sherrill Scores Hole-In-One
  • Jessie Lamb Wins Golf Match at Glasgow
  • Richard Grise Gets MS Degree at U. of Virginia
  • Biology Setup is One of Best
  • Student Art is on Display
  • Magazine Features George Grise & Great Books Class
  • Mrs. Lowe’s Fourth Grade Writes and Produces Play
  • Coach Clayton’s Mother Dies in Louisiana – Mrs. W.C. Clayton
  • McClellan, Juanita. Students Invited to Join Religious Activities Here
  • Ten Added to Summer Faculty
  • Earl & Mrs. Moore Plan Radio Series for Next Week
  • Music Program Given by Faculty Artists

Disciplines

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