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

  • Hilltopics
  • Book Marks
  • The Clock Says
  • Religious News
  • Looking Backward
  • The Potpourri Boils
  • Society
  • Alumni News
  • Faculty Facts
  • ROTC News
  • Above the Rim
  • Sports Slants

This issue contains articles:

  • 329 to Receive Degrees in June Commencement
  • Governor Bert Combs Asks Western Seniors to Stay in Kentucky After Graduation
  • Marta Melendez Winner of Varieties
  • Dr. Lewis Cochran Speaks to Sigma Pi Sigma Honor Banquet
  • Fourteen Will Receive Army Commissions
  • World War Three Wins Robinson – Pat Chamberlain
  • Thirty-Five Seniors Will Graduate With Honors
  • Kentucky Building News
  • Madison, Bernard. Off Campus
  • Wilbur McCoy to Head 61-62 Geography Club
  • Folklore Club Hosts Picnic
  • Wind Ensemble Gives Spring Concert May 21
  • Hocker, Ed. Kathy Adkins Will Spend Junior Year in Vienna
  • Madison, Bernard. Physics Growing in Stature Says Dr. Lewis W. Cochran
  • Student National Education Association Honors Awarded at Final Meeting
  • Spring Concert Week!
  • Awards Day Chapel Honors Outstanding Achievement
  • Alpha Psi Omega Names 61-62 Officers
  • Miss Kathryn Poore Speaks to Home Economics Class
  • Anna Ruth Burgin is Economist Nominee for 61
  • Journalism Flourishes on Fifth Grade Level
  • Dr. Loren Carlson Guest Biology Club Speaker
  • Agriculture Majors Receive Assistantships
  • Mental Health Meet on Campus
  • Student National Education Association Elects Officers for 61-62
  • Topper Golfers Win Final Match Over Austin-Peay
  • Academic-Athletic Building Construction Set to Begin in November of This Year – Diddle Arena
  • College High Golfers Win Regional
  • Topper Thinlies Drop Two in Closing Track Season
  • Intramural for Everyone Interested This Year
  • 53 Win Spring Letters
  • Netters Extend Victory String Over Bellarmine
  • Murray Mudders Win Over Toppers
  • Westerner Wins Grant of $12,600 – John Bratcher
  • Richard Hamner College High Activities President


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