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

  • Hilltopics
  • Campus Chips of the Cadet Corps
  • Looking Backward
  • Society – Personals
  • Faculty Notes
  • Alumni Flashes
  • Music Notes
  • At the Capitol - Movies
  • Weddings - Engagements
  • Spikes, Cleats & Sneakers

This issue contains articles:

  • Western Offers Work in 20 Departments
  • Hold Memorial Chapel Services for Prof. Franz Strahm
  • David Morton to Address Graduates Tonight Charles Welch Delivered Baccalaureate Speech
  • Boys State Meets on Hill June 7-13
  • ROTC Offered in Summer School
  • Open Shop Held by Industrial Arts
  • Western Approved for V-1 Program
  • Special Issue of College Heights Herald
  • State College Heads Advise 1942 High School Graduates
  • Many Special Feature Round Out Summer School Program
  • Under New Plan Students May be Draft Exempted Until Graduation
  • Outline of Living Accommodations is Made for Prospective Students
  • September 21-22 Designated As Freshmen Orientation Days
  • Statement From WKTC President Paul L. Garrett
  • Bowling Green’s Location is Excellently Suited for College
  • Dining Rooms
  • Information is Given Regarding the Possibilities of Self Support
  • Every Effort is Made to Safeguard the Health of Western’s Students
  • Expenses at Western are Kept at the Lowest Possible Figures
  • Nolan Fallahay Wins Oratorical Medal
  • James Elam Speaks at Athletic Banquet
  • Herald Awarded All-American Honors by the Associated Collegiate Press
  • War Education Course is Offered in Summer School
  • Western’s 50,000 Volume Library is An Up-to-Date Student Workshop
  • Many Students Study Penmanship at Western
  • Full Four-Year Course Offered in ROTC
  • Mack Sisk, Dorthie Hall Named Co-Editors for Next Year; Robert Cochran to be Business Manager
  • Western Military Dept. is Given Excellent Rating
  • Geography Department Offers Many Courses in Modern Laboratories
  • Western Offers a Complete Course in Smith-Hughes Home Economics
  • Three Portraits in Kentucky Museum are Originals by E.F. Andrews
  • Varied Social Program
  • Prominent Roles Played by Clubs in Campus Life
  • Modern Reading Clinic Held by Training School
  • Needs of Graduate Work Aided by Carnegie Grant
  • Varied Courses Offered by the Psychology Department
  • 400 Mothers Here for Western’s 20th Mother’s Day
  • Penmanship Exhibit
  • Music Students at Western Enjoy Numerous Opportunities
  • Talisman Staff Pleased With Book’s Appearance
  • Survey of Industrial Arts Grads Finds Many in Defense Work
  • Three Publications Issued at Western
  • Kentucky Building Surrounded and Filled with Kentuckiana Items
  • Pre-Professional Work Offered by the Biology Dept.
  • History of Industrial Arts Dept. is Story of Steady Progress
  • Biology and Chemistry Grads in Great Demand
  • Agriculture at Western Backed by Smith-Hughes
  • Physics Majors are in Vital Defense Positions
  • Excellent Studios in Art Department
  • Physical Fitness is Sports Program Aim
  • William Terry Tells of War Effect on Western Sports – Gander Terry
  • Swimming Pool to be Open for Instructional, Recreational Purposes
  • Over Fifty Former Western Athletes Now in Service
  • 277 Students Awarded First Certificates
  • Billy Craig’s Office Reports One Hundred Percent Placement of ’41 Graduates
  • Extension Department Offers High School, College Courses
  • Track Team Third in State Meeting
  • Six Game Slated for ’42 Grid Team
  • Western’s Basketball Team to Play Three Eastern Colleges Next Season
  • Team Wins Four of Nice Games


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