Publication Date

12-7-1978

Abstract

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. Articles in this issue:

  • Hancock, Catherine. Elusive Associated Student Government Officer Neglecting Duties, Colleagues Claim – David Carwell
  • Fish, Tim. Team to Investigate Integration at Western
  • Judd, Alan. Board of Regents May Make John Minton School’s Interim President
  • Decorations Should be Fire Resistant
  • Riley, Robert & John Clark. Wants to End Concerts
  • Reynolds, Les. Agrees With Column
  • Stowers, Betsy. Questions Coverage
  • Kuhl, Greg. Criticizes Gene Keady
  • Howe, Margaret. Appreciates Choir
  • Eblen, Tom. Despite Hassles, Editor Will Miss Job
  • Beaty, Lisa. Campus Adviser Says ACLU Defends Civil Rights – American Civil Liberties Union
  • Today’s Herald Last This Semester
  • Stevens, Vickie. Typists Busiest at Semester’s End
  • Soviets Speak on Campus – Vladimir Mikoyan & Vasili Sredin
  • European Studies Director to Talk to Students Today – Milton Grimes
  • Coaches Nabbed to Raise Donations – Jimmy Feix, Gene Keady
  • Holman, Connie. Course Creates ‘Attractive Package’
  • Dorms Close on Dec. 16 for Christmas Break
  • Carpenter, Steve. 47 Won’t Earn Federal Wage
  • Teacher Gets History Award – James Baker
  • Physical Plant Getting Ready for Winter
  • Young, Monte. Some Officials Afraid Cuts May Affect State Education
  • Harry Snyder to Meet Faculty Group
  • Beshear, Tom. Campus Attracts Doctor to Western – Frank Vannier
  • Secret Angels Dorm Tradition
  • Greeks Sponsor Party for Local Children
  • Stewart, Kevin. Rebounding Evansville Faces Tops
  • Keady, Gene. Coach Says Patience Will Bring Wins, But …
  • Armstrong, Bryan. … Slow Style on Offense Bores Fans, Prompts Boos
  • Hookettes Win Title – Intramurals
  • Tourney Set – Ohio Valley Conference
  • Taylor, Beth. String over University of Louisville at Stake
  • Tops Take 5 Events, Extend Streak to 14
  • Injuries, Illness Force Cancellation

Disciplines

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