Publication Date

3-20-1953

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:

  • 1953 Talisman Ball to be Held in New Student Union – Garrett Hall
  • College Heights Herald is Awarded Medalist Rating by CSPA for Fourth Consecutive Year
  • Music Festival Begins March 27
  • Six Students Will Try for Speech Award in Robinson Contest
  • AFROTC Federal Inspection to be Held March 27
  • College High Emerges Victor in Debate Meet
  • Oak Ridge Chorus Will Perform at Thursday Chapel
  • Right You Are Planned for Presentation April 9
  • Physics Colloquium Holds Program
  • Educators Discuss Foundation Plans at Recent Meet – Third District Education Association
  • Talisman Yearbook to be Given Out April 28
  • Education Council Banquet is Planned
  • Worthy Reflection – editorial
  • Sunday Melody – editorial
  • For You – editorial
  • Kentucky Building Displays Edgar Jones Collection
  • Caldwell, Mac. Jimmy Sacca Now “Trying” for Uncle Sam
  • Our Servicemen
  • Spring Concert Due Sunday
  • Leet, Helen. Kentucky Gardens Still Retain Hints of the Past
  • History Club Discusses Taft-Hartley Labor Law
  • Art Club Holds Monthly Meeting
  • Ivan Wilson Speaks at Amiga Club Meeting
  • Music Programs are Presented on WLBJ by Students
  • Debate Team Ends Season with 4 Wins
  • Oliver, Tod. Spring Sports Program Arrives Along with Flowers
  • Tom Marshall & Art Spoelstra Named All-Americans
  • Bill Deweese Writes History of Union Disabled American Veterans
  • Faculty Wives Club Entertains with a Tea
  • Guests Students Attend Chemistry Meeting
  • 3 History Students Attend Session of Legislature
  • College High Participants Named for Speech Festival

Disciplines

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