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

  • Kentucky Building
  • Hilltopics
  • The Clock Says
  • Religious News
  • Society
  • Alumni News
  • Faculty Facts
  • ROTC News
  • From the Endzone
  • Looking Backward

This issue contains articles:

  • Jim Skaggs and Tom Covington Head 1960-61 College Heights Herald
  • 33rd Annual Third District Education Association Meeting Scheduled to Convene on College Heights Oct. 14
  • Western Hosts Science Meet in Lousiville
  • Campus Receives Improved Look
  • President Kelly Thompson at Chicago Meet on Education
  • Enrollment Reaches New Heights at Western
  • Charles Whittle New Physics Head
  • Band Day on College Heights Tomorrow
  • O-k-l-a-h-o-m-a!!
  • College Heights Gets Plastic Surgery
  • An Invitation from Western
  • Want Aid? Band Offers Scholarships
  • College Heights Say Welcome to Thirty New Faculty Members
  • Art Club Plans Trip to Chicago
  • Industrial Arts Building Receives Face Lifting
  • Eight Graduate Assistants Named This Year
  • Kentucky Education Association Leadership Conference Held on Western Campus
  • Art Department
  • Western Offers New Engineering Physics Curriculum
  • History Club Elects Officers
  • Spanish Club Holds First Meeting of Year
  • Debate Associates Plan Activities for New Year
  • Preparation Stressed in Conference
  • Student National Education Association Holds Initial Meeting
  • Many New Persons Join Western’s Administrative Staff As School Opens
  • Western Chorus Largest Yet
  • Western Students in Radio Debate
  • Welcome Given New Faculty
  • Dewey Mercer at Park City
  • College High Girls Selected on Committee
  • Art Club Offers Workshop
  • Faculty Wives Hold Social
  • Hector Melendez Given Cadet Command
  • ROTC Color Guard Named
  • Sandra Harrah Elected Sponsor of Pershing Rifles
  • Distinguished Military Students Chosen
  • Tate Page and James Carpenter Represent Western in Conference
  • Cheerleaders Hold Annual YMCA Conference
  • Lee Robertson Seeks Reform in State Constitution
  • Alpha Psi Holds Initial Meeting
  • Western Players Hold Open House First Meeting
  • Arts and Crafts Club Meets
  • Ronnie Downard and Herb Wassom Lead Hilltopper
  • Western Tangles With Austin Peay Tomorrow
  • Scabbard and Blade Holds First Meeting
  • Western Moves 80 Yards for 7-7 Tie With East Tennessee
  • Jim Daily Passes Hilltoppers to A 20-13 Win Over Middle Tennessee
  • Iva Scott Council Meets


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