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

  • Hilltopics
  • Faculty Notes
  • Alumni Notes
  • Society – Personals
  • Spikes Cleats & Sneakers
  • The Service Column
  • Alumni Flashes
  • The Chapel Hour
  • Sharps & Flats
  • Accidentals
  • Looking Backward
  • Kentucky Building News
  • Book Marks

This issue contains articles:

  • Western Offers Numerous Opportunities
  • Talisman and Military Queens are Crowned
  • Malcolm Arnett Speaks
  • Students Accept Fellowships
  • Lt. Gen. Simon Buckner Once Interviewed by Arndt Stickles
  • Western Players to Present Twentieth Production on May 3rd in Van Meter
  • Lt. William Hanley Killed in Action
  • Mrs. Gladys Brown Receives Souvenirs
  • Dr. Reid Sterret Attends Conference
  • Students Collect Old Clothing
  • Margaret Skinner Honored at University of Kentucky
  • Dr. Arndt Stickles Honored
  • A Message from Western’s President Paul L. Garret
  • Farewell – Franklin Roosevelt’s death
  • Choncoff, Mary. The Mocking Bird is Singing
  • Henry, Helen. To Sing With the Angels
  • Notice to Young Men Finishing High School
  • Lapidus, Dovie. College High Chapel a Success
  • Club Notes – Studio, PTA, Baptist Student Union, Education Council, History Club
  • Kiwanis Club Entertains
  • English Department Offers Wide Range of Courses
  • Purpose of the College Program are Stated
  • ROTC Staff Receives Message
  • Many Teaching Positions Open
  • Opportunities in Field of Industrial Arts Named
  • Why Not Look Forward to Teaching?
  • Thumb-Nail Sketches – Rebecca Hughes, Helen Sydnor, Marjorie Leach
  • Health Interests of Students Supervised
  • Major William Saunders Arrives in States
  • Otis Dinning Named Coach
  • Biology Department has Multiple Function
  • Former Student Pictured in Courier-Journal – Hazel Sublett
  • Board Meets – WKU Alumni Association
  • Western’s 70,000 Volume Library
  • Johana Harris Gives Concert
  • ROTC Offered at Western
  • Pre-Med and Pre-Dentistry are Offered
  • Fund Aids Many – College Heights Foundation
  • Lt. Richard Thompson is Wounded
  • Buildings on College Heights Described – Van Meter Hall, Cedar House, Cherry Hall, Home Economics, Industrial Arts, Kentucky Building, Music Hall, Ogden Hall, Potter Hall, Schneider Hall, Snell Hall, Stadium, Gordon Wilson Hall
  • A Profitable Investment
  • Chemistry Grads are Successful
  • Physics Keeps Advancing
  • What the Hills Looks Like Form the Air in Summer
  • Veterans Receive GI Educational Opportunities
  • Library Aids in Fostering College Aims
  • Fine Arts Department Well-Equipped
  • Ministerial Club Active on Hill
  • Class Meetings are Held
  • Music Hall on Campus
  • Workshop Courses are Offered
  • Expenses Kept to Minimum


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