Publication Date

7-26-1935

Abstract

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

  • Advice to the Lovelorn
  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Class & Club
  • Collegiate Days & Nights
  • Personals
  • Society
  • Talismania

This issue contains articles:

  • 215 Students Will Receive Degrees Aug. 16
  • Enrollment Larger than Last Year’s
  • Noted Sculptor Lectures Here – Lorado Taft
  • Dr. Lin Cartwright Baccalaureate Speaker
  • 48 Seniors Finish Work in July Term
  • Wilson, Gordon. “Le Roi Est Mort, Vive Le Roi” Cries a Professor - Spoonholder
  • Dr. William Webb Is Organizing KY. Museum
  • Carl Anderson Must Build Team with Young Material
  • Agriculture School Here August 13-14
  • College May Have Senior ROTC Unit
  • 15 Seniors Merit Test Exemption
  • Music Department Plans Program
  • To Give Commencement Address – Willis Anderson Sutton
  • Western Students Make College Tour
  • Pullen, Elmina. Kentucky Museum Collection Is Growing Steadily
  • Football and Basketball Clinic Here
  • College Plans New Curriculum to Meet Needs of Students
  • Fall Semester Opens Sept. 16
  • Our Anniversary – College Heights Herald
  • Honor to Whom Honor is Due
  • Thank You, Merchants!
  • Van Dyke, Henry. The Unknown Teacher
  • Tennis Tournament Held
  • Chapel Held Only Once Each Week during This Term
  • Jones, Laura. Fabric
  • Jones, Laura. I Wonder
  • Jones, Laura. Sheltered
  • Jones, Laura. A Contemplation
  • Jones, Laura. Paradox
  • Mrs. I.H. Goodnight Wills Library to Franklin
  • Extension Department Is Growing
  • McChesney, Gene. The Museum Stimulates One’s Imagination
  • Training School Faculty Members Plan Vacations
  • Western Students Visit Smoky Mts. National Park
  • Chapman, Virgil. Voice of an Oak
  • Chapman, Virgil. Freedom of the Hills
  • Band at Bardstown Celebration
  • Faculty Members Meet with Rural School Teachers
  • First in Kentucky
  • College Heights Herald Staffs 1925-1935
  • Angle, Rena. This Issue Closes the Tenth Year if College Heights Herald Publication
  • Miss Madelyn Batson Wins Trip to Hollywood
  • Movie Review Is Presented by Theatre
  • Musician Is Heard at Chapel – Charles Fite
  • History Teachers Visit Fort Donaldson Park
  • Capitol Theatre
  • Dr. Judson Griffin Sponsors Cave Trip
  • Student Relief Will Continue – National Youth Administration

Disciplines

Communication | Journalism Studies | Mass Communication | Poetry | Public Relations and Advertising | Social and Behavioral Sciences | Social History | Sociology | Sports Studies