Publication Date

7-1-1955

Comments

Issue is mis-dated July 1, 1951.

Abstract

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news.

Regular features include:

  • Looking Backward
  • Hilltopics
  • Kentucky Building News
  • Alumni News
  • Book Marks
  • Faculty Notes
  • Musical Notes
  • Weddings & Engagements
  • Religious News

Articles in this issue:

  • Western Opens 49th Year Sept. 15
  • Construction Begins in Near Future on Two New Dormitories for Men – East Hall, North Hall
  • July 15 is Date of Conference Fish Fry
  • Vesper Services Begin July 10
  • Lt. Col. A.E. Calhoun Will Replace Colonel George Sibbald
  • Enrollment for Summer Session Set at 967
  • Commencement for Over 130 Will Be August 3
  • College Heights Herald Reviews Past Year
  • Western Spirit – editorial
  • ROTC – editorial
  • Water-Colors Being Displayed by Ivan Wilson
  • Pershing Founded Society to Foster Friendship, Cooperation and Drill Judy Koch Appointed Field Representative
  • Debating Club Oldest on Hill – Congress Debating Club
  • Sue Lynch Chosen Mountain Laurel Festival Queen
  • Art Club Originated in 1932
  • Sally’s Rock is Birthplace of Biology Club
  • Placement Office Secures Employment
  • Team Ends Best Year
  • Chemistry-Physics Club Divided into Two Groups
  • AFROTC Cadets Attend Camp
  • Army ROTC Trains at Ft. Campbell
  • Industrial Arts Began in 1920
  • Miss Lotta Day Organized Iva Scott Club
  • Education Council Largest on Hill
  • Western Players Organized in 1934
  • Interest in World is Aim of Geography Club
  • English Club Beganin 1925
  • Arnold Air Society Chartered Here in 1951
  • Music Educators Club Chartered in 1947
  • James Carpenter Plays Dual Role
  • Interest is Primary Purpose of History Club
  • Drum Majorette Recognized Nationally – Shirley Grooms
  • Registrar’s Office Announces Spring Honor Roll
  • Prayer Service Became Religious Council
  • Seniors Contribute to Memorial Fund
  • Brass Railings Placed in Van Meter Hall
  • W Club Men Are Varsity Letter Winners
  • Club Named for Henry Cherry – Cherry Country Life
  • Club Backs Good Sportsmanship – Physical Education Club
  • Western Players to See Wilderness Road
  • Several Students Plan Entering Schools for Graduate, Medical, or Dental Work
  • Cox, Bobby. Newest Club on Hill is Scabbard & Blade
  • Library Club Named in Honor of Florence Ragland
  • South American Seniorita Prefers Speaking English
  • Mary Grise Chosen Girls Nation Delegate
  • College High Student Attended Boys’ State – Leron Curry

Disciplines

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