Publication Date

3-2-1961

Abstract

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:

  • National Science Foundation Grants $23,420 for Summer High School Program
  • Dr. William Jenkins is Editor of New Publication
  • Teacher Percentage Rises
  • Kathy Adkins Wins Student National Education Association Speech Contest
  • Robinson Oratorical is May 16
  • Student Advisory Council Begins Committee Work
  • Marta Melendez and David Williams in Music Contest
  • Need Field Will Travel – Baseball
  • Industrial Arts Head Walter Nalbach Represents WKSC at Kentucky Industrial Education Association Meet
  • New Flag Lies on College Heights
  • Western Players Next Production Will be Male Animal
  • Crabb, A.L. Author A.L. Crabb Pens Bowling Green Memories
  • Madison, Bernard. Sportsmanship?
  • Brown, Clarice. Shades of Ivy League
  • Reporter Receives Aid in Interview
  • Little Red Schoolhouse is Vanishing from Scene
  • What’s His Trade? Not Lemonade..Hat-Making – Arthur Sater
  • World Wide 60 is New Julian Goodman TV Production
  • Art Field Trip to St. Louis Set for March 16
  • Dr. Gordon Wilson Addresses Folklore Members
  • Chinese Communist Propaganda Invades Campus…Homecoming
  • Karlsrud Chorale Gives Performance
  • Fred Gibson Picks the Winners
  • Summer School Class Schedule is Announced
  • Beth Franklin is Honored at Iota Tea – Sigma Theta Tau
  • The Kentucky Crisis Wins for Ted Urban – Ogden Oratorical Contest
  • Drama Festival Held on Campus
  • Hardin Countians Plan Summer Dance
  • Tri-Countians Will Meet on March 6
  • Epitaphs Discussed by Dr. Earl Moore
  • Pete Floyd Elected President of Spanish Club
  • All-Industry School to Begin
  • Enrollment is 759 Above Last Year’s Figures
  • Student National Education Association Looks Toward KEA Art Exhibition
  • Government Classes Journey to Nashville
  • Cherry Country Life Club to Give Awards
  • Dr. William Norris is Biology Club Lecturer
  • Dr. Earl A. Moore Shows Holy Land Slides
  • Eastern Wins 81-72 Over Hilltoppers
  • Tops Down East Tennessee by 88-82 in Major Ohio Valley Conference Tilt
  • Hot Shooting Morehead Noses Out Toppers
  • East Tennessee Freshmen Drop Toppers 89-66
  • Thoroughbred Freshmen Win 81-72 Over Tops
  • Physical Education Department Will Give Senior Award
  • Murray Ekes Out 95-87 Wins
  • Western Freshmen Win by 98-74
  • Industrial Arts Department Gets Face Lifting
  • Dr. Willson Wood Shows Mexican Slides
  • J.W. Kiper is Elected Grayson County Club President
  • Western Writers Meet

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