Publication Date

10-31-1952

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
  • Club News
  • Musical Notes

Articles in this issue:

  • Eastern Maroons Invade the Hill Next Saturday
  • Appointments Announced for Army ROTC
  • Homecoming Festivities to Begin With Student Parade
  • Flash Fire Fatal to Child – Edward Griffis, Veterans Village
  • Four Concerts are Scheduled
  • English Professor to Attend Meeting of Folklore Societies – D.K. Wilgus
  • L.R. Sherrill Chosen Senior Sponsor
  • Chemistry Department Professors Attend Society Meeting
  • Aptitude Tests Given College High Seniors
  • Pedigo, Mary. Meet Gwenda Davis, from Wales, Great Britain
  • Glee Club to Appear on TV
  • Librarians Attend Meeting of Archivists at Lexington
  • Kentucky Building Campus Adorned with Rare Trees
  • A Privileged Duty – Junior Chamber of Commerce
  • Atkinson, Nancy. It’s Double or Nothing for These Students – Twins
  • The Heiress is Challenging Play
  • Army ROTC Has New Staff Member – Edgar McGranahan
  • L.T. Smith Attends Meetings
  • Westerners Appear in Cave Capers
  • Russell H. Miller Attends Speech Clinic
  • Art Department Head Visits in Europe
  • Plans Call for Opening of Student Union Building in February – Garrett Hall
  • Education Council Elects Officers
  • Boys Dorm Has Governing Body – Potter Hall
  • Our Servicemen
  • New Art Club Elects Officers
  • Pershing Rifles Elect Kitty Buren as Sponsor
  • Peggy Long Elected New President of FHA – Future Homemakers of America
  • Red & Gray Entertain at Chapel Hour
  • Iva Scott Club Names President – Mary Pedigo
  • Music Education Club Holds First Meeting
  • Quartet Sings on Chapel Program
  • Western Grad Receives Copy of Jesse Stuart’s New Book – Mae Dixon
  • 539 Students Aided by Loans
  • Religious Emphasis Week to Begin Nov. 3
  • Western Art Department Shows James Carlin Exhibit
  • Western Players Adopt Seasonal Workshop Project
  • Western Plans Small Music Ensemble Programs
  • Piano Department Head Travels in Europe – Steven Barwick
  • Dr. Paul Terrell Principle Speaker at Council
  • Intramural Football to be Scheduled
  • Former Student is Air Force Base Cheerleader – Myra Androski
  • New Sports Group Elects President – Patty Thompson
  • Organizes Girls Athletic League
  • Frank Wallace to Head Physical Education Club
  • Arnold Air Society Squadron to Attend
  • Steve Combs Heads Association – Music Educators
  • Mary Byars Nominated Liberty Queen
  • Political Election Held at College High
  • Request Made by W Club

Disciplines

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