Publication Date

2-29-1972

Abstract

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. This issue contains articles:

  • Gray, David. Kentucky Civil Liberties Union Plans to Take Court Action on Behalf of Associated Students – The Fly
  • Pence, Carter. Executive Branch of Constitution Accepted
  • Benjamin Mays Speaks Tonight
  • TV Guide Writer Here Tomorrow – Edith Efron
  • Pi Kappa Phi Wins Approval
  • Radford, Judy. Financial Aid May Increase
  • Dr. Robert Martin to Speak on Tech Aqua Session
  • Student Workers Need to Reapply by March 15
  • Fun and Games Provided by Thompson Parking Lot
  • Tucker, Bruce. Says College Heights Herald Taken In
  • Jones, Linda. Associated Students Corrects Herald
  • Campbell, Kent. Calls WKU Students Finest
  • Huggins, Joe. Announces New Mascot – Big Red Machine
  • Mason, Josephine. Replies to Previous Letter
  • Cross, Al. Will Support Three Concerts
  • Aebersold, Jackie. Wants Question Answered
  • Weaver, Kim. Retirement Plan Bills Introduced
  • Fees Set for Some Dental Services
  • Miller, Roger. The Music Man: Production Highlights Musical
  • Steve Eaton Wins Speech Competition
  • Elmore, Valerie. Housing Office Offers Three Payment Options
  • May Term Omits English Courses
  • Potter, Jerry. Toppers Remain Alive in Crazy Ohio Valley Conference Race
  • Swimmers Place Third in Kentucky Intercollegiate Swim Championships
  • Potter, Jerry. No Ohio Valley Conference Title in Baseball This Year, but Jim Pickens Has a Few Other Problems
  • Lawrence, Fred. Students Hope Roadrunning Will Catch on Here
  • Lawrence, Fred. To Run Or Not to Run, that I the Question
  • Lawrence, Fred. Western Coed Drafted to Coach Track Team – Barbara Powell
  • Lawrence, Fred. Hector Ortiz Shatters WKU Two-Mile Mark
  • Murray Freshmen Down Baby Tops

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