Publication Date

11-21-1958

Abstract

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

  • Alumni News
  • Book Marks
  • Kentucky Building
  • College Calendar
  • Religious News
  • Hilltopics
  • Musical Notes
  • Looking Backward
  • Faculty Facts
  • Alumni News
  • Society ROTC News
  • Tops in Sports

This issue contains articles:

  • Western Receives $74,600 Allotment for a Science Institute Next Summer
  • Military Ball Slated for December 12
  • Speech and Drama Clinic on Hill Monday, Nov. 24
  • Western Wins Top Honors in Debate Tournament
  • Baugh, Nancy. 32 Chosen to Represent Western in Who’s Who
  • 20 Colleges Attend Student National Education Association Meet on Hill
  • Macbeth Next Production of the Players
  • Science Institute Offers Courses in Math and Biology
  • Champion, Evelyn. Community Concert is November 25
  • Chelf, Carl. Science Progresses
  • Boone, Winton. Let’s Respect the W
  • Mr. L.T. Smith Made An Honorary Kentucky Industrial Education Association Member
  • American Education Week Observed on Hill Nov. 15-21
  • 1958 Founders’ Day Chapel Held Wednesday
  • Geography Club Elects Officers
  • Dr. Kelly Thompson Gives Veteran’s Day Address
  • Mr. Bennie Beach Has Song Published
  • Western Players Package Show is Well Received
  • Mr. Walter Nalbach Attends Industrial Arts Conference in Chicago Nov. 13-15
  • Rifle Team Tops Penn State University
  • Seventy-Five Enrolled as Music Majors
  • Elizabethan Scenes Seen in Chapel
  • Morris, Ozella. Religious Emphasis Week is Highly Successful
  • Fay Harper Elected Secretary Kentucky Home Economics Association
  • W Club Holds Annual Dinner
  • Cheerleaders Clinic Held Here
  • Proctor, Joe. Hilltoppers Close Grid Season Tomorrow Against Thoroughbreds
  • Hilltoppers Stop Eagles 14-0
  • Hilltoppers Close Home Season With 34-16 Win
  • Intramurals Are Started
  • Western Student Wins in State Speech Contest – Charles Wade
  • English Club Hears Talks on William Soroyan and Ernest Hemingway

Disciplines

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