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

  • Book Marks
  • Religious News
  • Hilltopics
  • Musical Notes
  • Social Activities Calendar
  • Faculty Facts
  • Society
  • Looking Backward
  • ROTC News
  • Kentucky Building

This issue contains articles:

  • Hilltoppers Cop 8th Ohio Valley Conference Crown
  • Ninotchka is Set for March 16-17
  • We’re Number 1!!! On Our Way to Lexington
  • Faculty Banquet Held Tuesday in Student Center
  • Student Art Work is on Exhibition in Art Gallery
  • Kappa Pi Art Fraternity is Organized
  • Western Grad Receives Award in Journalism – Virginia Davis
  • Science Building Funds Set in State Budget – Thompson Science Complex
  • Mock State Legislature Opened on February 26
  • Big-Time Cheating
  • Middleton, Sylvia. Western Players
  • Wood, Mary. Freshman Singer is Well on Road to Success – Jerry Cox
  • Former Student is Featured in Courier-Journal – Joe Downing
  • New Copying Machine Purchased by Library for Campus Use
  • Plans for Spring Voices Issue Are Underway
  • College High Gets State Drama Bid
  • Home Economics Supervisor Visits Department
  • ROTC Course Will Change Next Fall
  • Elementary French Being Taught to Training School Pupils
  • Western Players See Cuts from Williams’ Glass Menagerie
  • Hobby Show to be Sponsored by Rotarians
  • College High Senior Wins State 4-H Contest Award – James Davenport
  • Five Faculty Attend American Association of School Administrators Conference
  • Seniors Take Debate Honors at College High
  • Bookstore Offers Many Services for Students
  • H.J. Sonery is Selected as Industrial Arts Student Assistant
  • Freshman Named Official Hostess for LP Gas – Joyce Miller
  • William Jenkins Speaks at American Association of University Women
  • Fashion Show to be Held March 29
  • Student National Education Association Group Hears Alumni Program
  • Western Student Receives Special Photo Award – Larry Hamby
  • Spanish Club is Reorganized February 22
  • Congress Debate Hears Discussion on Sales Tax
  • Grad New School Head – Russell Below
  • Western Graduate Named as Barren County Agent – Faye Atherton
  • Skaggs, Jim. Cedar House Has Colorful History on Western Campus
  • Training School Debaters Enter Two Kentucky Tourneys
  • Former Western Student Writes Wartime Novel – John Clagett
  • Two Students to Represent Kentucky 4-H – Martha Bertram, Duncan Sanford
  • Snack Bar Entered by Burglars
  • Marine Recruiters to Visit Campus on March 8-9
  • Western Grad Has Many Top Students – Daniel Rigsby
  • Wassom, Herb & Ron Sheffer. Western’s Diddlemen Close Out Hot Season
  • Western Defeats Murray
  • Al Ellison Sparks Western to 85-81 Win over Tennessee Tech
  • Hilltoppers Down Raiders by 109-80
  • Spring Football Practice Gets Underway Feb. 22
  • Freshmen Take Middle Tennessee State
  • Freshmen Boost Record With 108-80 Win
  • Physical Education Club Meets to Make Plans for New Term
  • One-Time Winner of Mother’s Day Award Dies – Macy Mitchell
  • Freshmen Close Out Murray 72-68
  • Mr. & Miss College High are Elected by High School Students
  • Little Toppers Fall Before Tennessee Tech
  • College High Downs Caverna
  • Organization of Phi Delta Kappa Being Discussed


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