Publication Date

2-16-1967

Abstract

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

  • Clubs Calendar
  • WKU and Me
  • Alumni News
  • Coming Events Calendar
  • Toppertalk
  • West on Western Sports
  • Dear Mom

This issue contains articles:

  • Former U.S. Information Agency Head Carl Rowan to Speak Here Wednesday
  • Final Stages Near in Academic Complex Planning
  • Variety Show to Feature Faculty Talent
  • Juniors Win American Association of University Women, Ogden
  • Pearl Buck Predicts U.S.-China Friendships
  • Delta Tau Delta Initiates 13ers; Justice Tom Clark Is Main Speaker
  • Greek News – Sorority Rush Begins Tonight, Alpha Tau Omega, Interfraternity Council, Sigma Chi
  • Dorm Study Rooms Needed in Plans
  • Three Sports not Ready for Competition in Ohio Valley Conference
  • College Heights Herald Staff Restates Letters Column Policy
  • Gabler, Robert. Commends Editor’s Views
  • Wiley, Benny. Assembly Defended by Freshmen
  • Nelson, William. Appreciates Herald’s Efforts
  • Potter, Robert. Opposes Americans vs America
  • Hale, Douglas. Communism Concerns Student
  • Willis, Finley, Doug Matyka & Gary Hunt. Campus Food Places Second to Off Campus
  • Gary Cooper Movie at Student Center
  • Registration Fashion
  • Dr. Kenneth Clarke Speaks to Freshmen Assembly
  • Dickens, Jack. Women’s Skirt Heights do not Please Everyone
  • Walters, Sandra. Author Voices Appreciation – Margaret Anderson
  • WKU Seniors Dies in Traffic Mishap – Larry Woodcock
  • Experimental Theater Presents Miss Julie
  • Association Re-Elects Dr. Raymond Cravens Chairman
  • Mrs. Sharon Bryant Named Student Wife
  • Club News – Alpha Kappa Psi, SNEA, Biology, Newman Center
  • Miss Carolyn Deweese Places in Princess Contest
  • Government Department Has Pot-Luck Supper
  • Western Ranks 5th Nationally
  • Ease Past Tennessee Tech, East Tennessee
  • Hilltopper Thinlies to Compete in Mason-Dixon Games Saturday
  • Ratliff, Linda & Janet Radke. Women’s Recreation Association President Outlines Plans for Spring Sports Activities
  • State Music Educators Begin Meetings Today

Disciplines

African American Studies | Communication | Higher Education Administration | Journalism Studies | Mass Communication | Public Relations and Advertising | Race and Ethnicity | Social and Behavioral Sciences | Social History | Social Influence and Political Communication | Sociology | Sports Studies | United States History | Women's History