Publication Date

3-3-1972

Abstract

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

  • Western Honors Top Scholars
  • Voter Drive Gains Support
  • Congress Approves New Constitution
  • Russell, Steven. Master’s Theses May Be Optional
  • Miller, Roger. Benjamin Mays Says Civil Rights on Upswing
  • Gray, David. Ad Hoc Groups Readying for Fall Campaign
  • GOP’s to Attend Annual Convention – Young Republicans
  • Miss Western Pageant Entry Deadline Today
  • Visitation Rights Will Come with Changing Social Values
  • Required Housing Out of Question
  • Todd, Tom. Former Herald Member Replies
  • Briscoe, Jack. Feels Herald, Associated Students Bickering
  • Orel, Dennis. Disappointed in Entertainment
  • Glass, Reginald & Roger Miller. TV Guide Writer Attacks News Bias – Edith Efron
  • Poet and Wife to Perform at Associated Stueents Teahouse Tonight – William Cohen, Delores Cohen
  • Radford, Judy. Students Find Correspondence Courses Attractive
  • Ronald Kramer Takes Position in Washington
  • Carlisle, Dolly. Music Man Choreographer Puts Her Best Foot Forward – Beverly Leonard
  • What’s Happening
  • Faculty-Course Evaluation Going Well
  • It’s Now or Never When Middle Tennessee State University Invades
  • Peckenpaugh. Leo. Tickets Will Go on Sale Sunday If Ohio Valley Conference Race Ends in 3-Way Tie
  • Georgia Prep Star Signs – Al Smith
  • Potter, Jerry. With or Without a Pro Career, Jerome Perry is Ready for the Future
  • Carlisle, Dolly. Mrs. Annette Richards Keeps House, Stats and Teaches School
  • WKU Linebacker Jim Barber Named to First Team All-America Squad
  • Court Not Satisfied with Jim McDaniels’ Play
  • Radford, Judy. Susie Heavrin Talks to Animals

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