Publication Date

10-5-1951

Abstract

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

  • Birds I View
  • 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:

  • William Ford, Raymond Cravens Head Staff of College Heights Herald
  • Homecoming to be October 20
  • Third District Kentucky Education Association to Meet in Van Meter Auditorium
  • Religious Emphasis Week Will Start Oct. 30
  • Four Cheerleaders Chosen in Chapel
  • ROTC Units Enroll 616 for New Record
  • Total Enrollment is 2077, Western Officials Pleased
  • Former Editor Studies at Iowa University – Vernon Stone
  • Serviceman’s Club is Organized
  • Bob Archibald Spends Summer Vacation in Europe
  • Wade, Austin. Big Brother, Big Sister
  • Helm, Margie. Tribute to Matilda Taylor
  • William Stevens is New Western Players President
  • Mrs. Robert Green Dies on July 19 – Angie Morris
  • Dr. Mary Cole Serves on Committee
  • 200 Educators Meet on September 28-29
  • Army Librarian – Beulah Winchell
  • Work is Started on New Student Union Building – Garrett Hall
  • Potter Hall Has Student Council
  • 1700 Attend Singing Convention
  • Formation of New Choir is Announced – A CAPELLA
  • Red & Gray is Re-Organized
  • Education Spread by Kentuckian Below Equator – Raymond Gibson
  • Faculty Members Attend Conference
  • Six Added to AFROTC Faculty
  • Guard Unit Gets Adjutant’s Cup
  • Martha Garrison Awarded Knights Templar Scholarship
  • Ralph Tesseneer Returns to Psychology Department
  • Emergency Certificates to be Discontinued
  • Three From Training Visit Europe During Summer Vacation
  • Physics Majors Hear Carl Barnes Jr.
  • Community Concerts
  • Prof. L.T. Smith on Leave of Absence
  • Rawlins, Alicia. Art Tour Taken by Ruth Temple
  • Business Manager Wins Designing Contest – Raymond Cravens
  • Talisman Staff Holds Meeting
  • Western Senior Judged Miss Kentucky of 1951 – Dottye Nuckols
  • Night Courses Begin at Trade School
  • John Oldham, to Lead 1951-1952 Cardinal Team
  • Art Department Schedules Exhibits
  • Two Students Have Bronze Star
  • Intramural Football
  • Cadets Attend Summer Camp
  • Sgt. Albert Peschall is Warrant Officer
  • Cadet Officers are Appointed
  • Folklore Society Meets Oct. 10
  • Pershing Rifle Fraternity Holds First Meeting
  • Former Students Now with 101st Airborne Division
  • Student Suffers Rifle Wound
  • Third District Education Association Librarians to Hold Luncheon
  • Faculty Holds Get-Together
  • Music Department Adds Three Members to Staff
  • Town Meeting to be Presented
  • Bronze Tablet is Presented to Western – M.L. Billings
  • Vandals Become Locked in Cafeteria Refrigerator
  • Deferment Test to be Given at Western
  • Robert Manning to Lead College High Seniors

Disciplines

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