Publication Date

10-10-1947

Abstract

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

  • Kentucky Building News
  • Veterans Views
  • Alumni Flashes
  • Personals
  • Faculty Notes
  • Musical Notes
  • Society Page
  • Sports Alley
  • Your Manners are Showing
  • Book Marks

This issue contains articles:

  • October 18 Promises Bigger and Better Homecoming
  • Educators to Hear Georgia’s Ellis Arnall
  • Rigsby, David. Native Austrian Joins Western Language Department – Herta Gilmore
  • Dr. James Cornnette Made College Head
  • 2376 Enrolled on College Heights
  • Freshmen are Welcomed With Receptions
  • Buildings Get Equipment and Redecoration – Van Meter Hall, Industrial Arts Building, Schneider Hall
  • Building Units Added to Campus – Western Trade School
  • 103 Awarded Diplomas
  • Rifle Teams are Reorganized
  • ROTC Enrollment Continues to Soar
  • Religious Council Elects 7 Officers
  • Western’s President – Paul Garrett
  • Miss Ethel Clark Dies Aug. 29th
  • Dr. C.H. Jaggers Announces Faculty Change
  • Western Band Leaders Named
  • Deadline Announced for Entering College Anthology Poetry
  • Veteran Checks Due in December
  • Goal Post Remodeled During Vacation
  • Louisville PTA Gives Scholarship
  • Former Grad Fills Post – Robert Layman
  • Intramurals to be Boosted
  • Western Holds Evansville for 0-0 Tie
  • Western Locks With Arkansas State for Second Tie
  • Veterans Village Boasts New Launderette
  • 18 Teachers Join Faculty
  • Community Concerts Drive to Start Soon
  • Fall Production is Announced
  • New Library Charging System Makes for Speed
  • Intramurals for Girls on Plan
  • Dormitory Plans are Complete

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