Publication Date

1-18-1946

Abstract

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:

  • Registration Surges for Winter Quarter
  • Rabbi Irving Levey Speaks at Chapel Exercise
  • Talisman Dedication Announced by Staff – World War II Veterans
  • Judson Griffin Continues Plans for Tour
  • Second in Concert Series to be Presented – Bary Ensemble
  • Jean Pearce Returns to States
  • $2500 Granted to Chemistry Department
  • Staff Changes Announced
  • Westerner to Receive Degree in Nursing – Carolyn Whitmer
  • Second House Arrives at Western – Veterans Village (WKU)
  • Dr. Earl Moore Speaks
  • Byron Stuart has Articles Published
  • H.F. McChesney’s Son Dies – Jonathan McChesney
  • Fall Honor Roll Listed by Registrar
  • President Paul Garrett Asks Appropriation Increase
  • Your World Reorganizes
  • Kentuckians? Then, Listen!
  • Welcome Back! – Veterans
  • The G.I. Bill – Opportunity or Diversion?
  • Plaudits
  • The Red Cross Must Carry On
  • Don Newsom Made Master
  • Lawton, Jo. Chassis We Know and Love
  • E. E. Prewitt is Ill
  • Paul Garrett Appointed to American Legion National Rehabilitation Vocational Training Advisory Board
  • More Sports in Spring
  • Candinals Tackle Blackhawks Tonight
  • Thumb-Nail Sketches – Field McChesney, Linda Hayes, Mary Choncoff, James Flowers
  • American Chemical Society Head to Visit Here – Albert Noyes
  • Two Westerners Enlist in Navy – Billy Brown, Joe Mohon
  • Club Notes – History, Le Cercle Francais, English, Biology, Veterans
  • Western Houses Delayed Again – Veterans Village (WKU)
  • Eastern Downs Hilltoppers by 45-35 Score
  • George Mikan, Gene Stump Tally 21 Each in Scoring Spree
  • Toppers Clip Tech
  • Toppers Nosed Out by Evansville

Disciplines

Communication | Higher Education Administration | Journalism Studies | Mass Communication | Military History | Public Relations and Advertising | Social and Behavioral Sciences | Social History | Social Influence and Political Communication | Sociology | Sports Studies | United States History | Women's History