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

  • Book Marks
  • Rural School Notes
  • Faculty Notes
  • Kentucky Building News Society Page
  • From the Press Box
  • The Service Column
  • Alumni Flashes
  • Hilltopics

This issue contains articles:

  • Dean Releases Plans for Summer Terms
  • Mouradoff’s Foxhole Ballet to Appear as Last in Community Concert Series
  • Registration Eraches 1,000 This Quarter
  • 400 to Participate in High School Music Festival
  • The Barretts Scheduled for April 16 - Western Players
  • Belgian Speak for World Student Service Fund April 4 – Gaston Vandermeersche
  • Western Grad Made News Director at Louisville Station – Paul Huddleston
  • Social Science Section Resumes Meetings With Kentucky Education Association
  • Ogden Day to be Observed
  • Cuthbertson, Sterett. Guest Editorial
  • No Parking
  • To Fight Another Day
  • Cook, Anna. “Art is Long, Life is Short”
  • Brown, Clyde. You Don’t See ‘Em Then You Do – Veterans Village
  • For Grades and News
  • Editor of Emporia Gazette Tells His Final Story – William Allen White
  • Parade to Climax Army Day Events
  • April Fool Follies? Gotcha!
  • Former Students Receive Degrees from University of Louisville
  • Music Staff Presents Students in Recital
  • Westerners Discuss United Nations Organization Before Clubs
  • Two Cardinals Win State Cage Honors
  • Dr. Arndt Stickles is Guest of Honor at Surprise Banquet
  • Walter Swan Exhibit Ends Months’ Showing
  • Topper Diamond Slate Released by E.A. Diddle
  • Grid Schedule Takes Shape
  • Cardinals Squad Featured on Lions Club Program
  • Chalmers Embry Finishes Season Among Top Cage Scorers
  • Cardinals Defeated in Net Quarter-Finals
  • Club Notes – Biology, Arts & Crafts, History
  • ‘Til the End of Time, Registration Will Go On
  • George Grise Story is Accepted
  • Alumnus Made United Nations Organization Official
  • President Paul Garrett to Preside Over Kentucky Education Association Breakfast
  • President Paul Garrett, Dean Finley Grise Attend Southern Association of Colleges & Secondary Schools


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