Publication Date

1-12-1934

Abstract

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. Regular features include:

  • Alumni News
  • Chapel Calendar
  • Class & Club
  • Editorials
  • Exchange Tidbits
  • Personals
  • Society
  • Training School News
  • Trype

This issue contains articles:

  • Western Host to Conference on January 7-9 – Adult Education
  • Hilltop Students attend Sessions of Baptist Group – Baptist Young Peoples Union
  • Ogden Grads Hold Meeting December 26
  • Dr. Henry Cherry Receives Mammoth Greeting from Entire School
  • Sings Carols
  • Receives Appointment – Lindsay Allen
  • Schultz, Raymond. Flash: “Teachers Are Human” Says Schultz
  • Annual Census of Birds Taken
  • English Club Hears Nashville Poetess – Mrs. Armstrong Allen
  • Receive Presents – Christmas
  • Injured in Fire – R. I. Stevens
  • Angle, Roma. He Was “Killed” in War-But He Didn’t Mind That – Murray Brown
  • Pearl, Francis. Teaching a Rural School on Monday
  • Teaching, To Her, is a Hobby; She’s Been at It Fifty Years! – Mary Dishman
  • Fredonia Students Win Cage Contest
  • Dr. Hardin Craig Gives Address
  • Distinguished Brother of Prof. W. J. Craig Is Heard Here
  • Education Group Has 11th Meeting – Kentucky Education Commission
  • Classes Accept Soph Challenge
  • Mrs. Aubrey Russell Dies
  • Schultz, Raymond. Buildings on Hill Are Painted; Wall Is Built
  • Mrs. Corinna Wright, Former Student, Dies
  • Stagecrafter Group Gives Play “Kempy”
  • Sales Plan for 1934 Talisman Is Announced
  • ROTC Preps for Rifle Matches
  • Public Discussion Finals Are Jan. 18
  • Charles R. Allen Gets Scholarship
  • Beauty or Smears?
  • Helping the Lawmakers
  • The Faculty Wives Club
  • Pearl, Quinn. Pocupine Prickles
  • Shelby, Mrs. W. Shelby. Eminent Early Kentuckians – Isaac Shelby
  • Varsity Wins 2 at Louisville
  • Glover, Helen. On Sunday Afternoon
  • Western Frosh Win Two Games
  • Yodeling Was Taught in Tell City Schools
  • Cagers Take 6, Lose 1, in Jaunt Through South

Disciplines

Communication | Creative Writing | Fiction | Journalism Studies | Mass Communication | Nonfiction | Poetry | Public Relations and Advertising | Social and Behavioral Sciences | Social History | Sociology | Sports Studies | United States History