Publication Date

11-16-1951

Abstract

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

  • Looking Backward
  • Hilltopics
  • Mind Your Manners
  • Kentucky Building News
  • Alumni News
  • Book Marks
  • Society Page
  • Faculty Notes
  • Training School Notes
  • Club News
  • Campus Crossfire – cartoon
  • Looking Around

Articles in this issue:

  • Honoring the Veep – Alben Barkley
  • Toppers Meet Conference Leading Murray Tomorrow
  • Western Music Hour Planned
  • Garrett Withers Speaks at Founders Chapel
  • Fulbright Scholarship Goes to Western Honor Graduate
  • Study Conference Being Held
  • AFROTC Glee Club is Reorganized
  • Fall Concert is Sunday Afternoon – Robert Pearson
  • Military Ball Set for December 14
  • No Loafers Wanted in Today’s Colleges – editorial
  • Ford, William. Old Man Winter May be Close
  • 79 Offer Blood During Bloodmobile Visit
  • Class Visits Mental Hospital
  • Gordon Wilson Speaks at Folklore Meeting
  • Hill, Will. Vivian della Chiesa First in Concert Series
  • Arndt Stickles Speaks at Rotary Luncheon
  • North Kentucky Alumni Hold Luncheon
  • State Folklore Society Meets
  • Seven Air ROTC Cadets Promoted to Corporal
  • William Pace Joins Reviewing Board
  • Graduate Works at Missile Center – Robert Causey
  • Kentucky Physics Teachers Meet at Western State
  • George Schroer, John Mustain Are Cardinal Co-Captains
  • Andrew Overby Joins Army ROTC Staff
  • Spiegelman, Seymour. Storyteller is Chapel Speaker – Seumas MacManus
  • Dixon, Harvey. Hit Comedy Satirizes Bureaucratic Techniques
  • 34 Apply for January Degrees
  • Negro Tenor to Sing in Chapel – George Matthews
  • Turkey is Prize at Dance Tonight
  • Kentucky Chorus to Present Concert
  • Walter Nalbach Attends
  • Economics Club Plans Dance
  • Visits Campus – James Hunt

Disciplines

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