Publication Date

3-31-1961

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:

  • Million-Dollar Loan Approved for New Six Story Women’s Dormitory – McCormack Hall
  • Westerners - - Past and Present - - Look to Kentucky Education Association
  • Former Head of Home Economics Department Dies – Lotta Day
  • Senior Day Will Be April 28
  • Lt. Gov. Wilson Wyatt in Chapel Apr. 12
  • Twenty Students Participate in Pre-Med Tour
  • Western Receives Five Page Revue in Kentucky Education Association Journal
  • Carolyn Turner Chosen as Mountain Laurel Candidate
  • Lee Castle Directed Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra to Serenade Talisman
  • Brown, Clarice. Shades of Ivy League
  • Madison, Bernard. Why Not?
  • President Kelly Thompson Speaks to Joint Alumni Council Meet
  • Student National Education Association Will Aid in Senior Day
  • Twelve Schools in Speech Meet
  • Novice Debaters Place Second in State Contest
  • Dr. Ralph Woods Speaks Tonight
  • David Owens Apprehended Trial Set for April 12
  • Former Herald Editor to Receive Master’s Degree – Carl Chelf
  • American Industrial Arts Association Will Meet in St. Louis April 4-7
  • Gene Shearer Wins Defense Fellowship
  • Fifty Percent of College High Seniors Already Accepted
  • Music Majors Present Recitals
  • A.J.Thurman is Elected Secretary of College Heights Foundation
  • Mr. Ivan Wilson Receives International Recognition
  • Covington, Deloris. Home Management House Residents Offer Invitation
  • Dr. D.K. Wilgus Records Folk Songs
  • Kentucky Building News
  • April is Named Teaching Career Month in City
  • Dr. D.K. Wilgus Will Review Folksong Book
  • Dr. William Russell Talks to Biology Club on Cancer
  • Sigma Pi Sigma Will Attend Regional Meet
  • Dean Raymond Cravens Will Address Kentucky Music Meet
  • Former Faculty Member Named to New Position – B.C. Cole
  • Spanish Club Will Offer Spanish Play
  • Mr. William Loy has Etching on Display
  • Baseballers Open Season Tomorrow Against Hillsdale
  • Golfers-On the Greens
  • Tennis Courts are Scene of Invitational
  • Tennis Team Scheduled to Open Apr. 23
  • Rock House is Still No, 1 in Intramural Poll
  • Red n White Iron Men Split Series
  • Bob Denhardt is Named Top Speaker

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