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

  • Tops in the Social Whirl
  • Religious News
  • Hilltopics
  • Alumni News
  • Coming Events Calendar
  • Faculty Facts
  • Al Stilley on Sports
  • Intramural Corner

This issue contains articles:

  • President Kelly Thompson Okays Student Government Association Constitution
  • Controversial Historian to Speak on Campus April 28 - Arthur Schlesinger
  • Professional Workshop Set
  • Miss Leanna Morris to Compete in May Mountain Laurel Festival
  • Peace Corps Supplement with Herald
  • Kentucky Education Association Breakfast Scheduled for Brown
  • Life with Father Picked as Western Players’ Final Production
  • Nelson, Fran. Senior Triples as Greek Editor, Debater, Government Chairman – Reed Morgan
  • Favorable Climate, Grants Aid Biology Department Research
  • Senior Recital to Feature Two Students
  • Government Pleas Need Vote Follow-Up
  • Mullins, Bob. Cultural Affairs Lacking Cultured Manners, Dress
  • Cunningham, Steve. Topper Offers Team’s Thanks
  • Coughlan, Jeremiah. Herald Stand too Belated – The Skewer
  • Traylor, Joe. Glass-Housed Courier-Journal Should Not Hurl Criticism
  • Madden, Rod. Non–Florida Bound Students Must Settle for TV, Movie Fare
  • Club Clippings – SNEA, Student Wives, Delta Sigma Pi, Circle K, Folk Dance
  • Gibson, Judy. Kentucky Building Donations Honor Inspirational Persons
  • More Research Books Placed in Dormitories
  • Associated Students of Western Kentucky University Constitution
  • Stilley, Al. Tuesday Was Hilltoppers’ Day of Confidence
  • Gridders to Begin Spring Drills
  • Hilltoppers Eye Five-State Itinerary
  • Topper Golfers Place Ninth at Florida
  • Aid Office to Conduct Information Sessions
  • Student Center Slates Western, High Noon


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