Publication Date

5-24-1957

Abstract

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

Regular features include:

  • Hilltopics
  • Kentucky Building News
  • Book Marks
  • Musical Notes
  • Looking Backward
  • Social Activities Calendar
  • ROTC News
  • Alumni News
  • Society
  • Faculty Facts

Articles in this issue:

  • 212 Will Receive Degrees at Commencement Thursday
  • Weddle, James. Students, School Groups Honored on Awards Day
  • Smith, Harvey. Air Force Unit Bids Farewell to Western
  • Emberton, Tom. College Heights Herald Reporter Reviews ’57 Graduation Activities
  • Reed, Sally. Mountain Laurel Festival Set Next Week
  • All-Sports Banquet Set Tomorrw Night at 6:30
  • Senior Class Presents Memorial to Western – stone benches
  • Many Memorials Pay Tribute to Mrs. Earl Moore
  • Western Bids Farewell – Class of 1957
  • Annual Talisman Dinner Held at Olde Fort May 7
  • Dr. Alfred Crabb Will Speak at Dedication – Pylon
  • Superintendents Meet on Hill
  • French Club Helps Celebrate Birthday of Madame Emile Pingon
  • Wayne, Coty. Plaque on Ogden Campus Honors Former Student – Richard Hughes
  • Lee Robertson Named to New Post
  • Evelyn Thurman Shows Slides at Last Student National Education Association Meet
  • President Kelly Thompson Speaks
  • Iva Scott Club Hears Mrs. Fred Pace
  • Western Graduate to Participate in Event
  • Scholarships Offered to Seven Agriculture Majors
  • Summer School Offers Opportunities to Students
  • Betty Gayle Jones Wins Top Award at Banquet
  • Victor Strahm Dies of Wounds Suffered in April
  • Dr. Arch Cole Speaks at Biology Meet
  • Outstanding Writers are Recognized for Their Work
  • Western Wins in Contest at Auburn – Agriculture
  • Bob Daniels Racks Up No-Hitter to Set Record for OVC Conference Play
  • Speck, Mike. College High Cardinals Enter Regional Undefeated
  • John Schneider Elected to Lead Congress Debaters
  • Frances Anderson Attends Historical Meet

Disciplines

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