Publication Date

9-19-1972

Abstract

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

  • Elmore, Valerie. James Evans Sees Need for Awareness
  • Elmore, Valerie. Steve Henry Feels Associated Student Government Lost Respect
  • Davis, Nancy. Voting Continues
  • Cross, Al. Freshman Vice-Presidential Candidates Are Experienced in Student Politics – Laurie Flaim, Percy Gatewood
  • West Kentucky Press Association to Meet Here
  • What’s Happening
  • Lucas, John. Bill Bartley Wants to End Strip Mining
  • Non-Lawyer Judges Still Competent for Offices
  • Morning’s Mail: Need Three to Open It, Two to Carry It Out
  • Associated Student Government Corrects Tactical Error, Adds More Polls
  • Editor Clarifies Letter Policy Restrictions
  • Mitchell, Phyllis. Dental Students Are Cleaning Up
  • Spinks, Martha. French Study Meeting Set Wednesday
  • Davis, Nancy. Someone’s in the Kitchens
  • Western Receives $62,000 in Federal, State Grants
  • Wodtke, Sue. Drop Money in, Pull the Knob: Vend Machines
  • Harrison, Kirk. Moon Rock Displayed at Planetarium
  • Western Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s Go to School
  • Associated Student Government Activity Card is Now Available
  • Richart, Harry. Arts Center Finish Due in Spring – Ivan Wilson Hall
  • Elmore, Valerie. Associated Student Government Funds Fly; Chicago is Set
  • Pence, Carter. Toppers Capitalize on Ohioans Miscues – Whittenberg University
  • Peckenpaugh, Leo. Immaturity Tables Offense
  • Kentucky Belle, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Win: Alpha Tau Omega, Sigma Chi Tie
  • Baseball Team Opens Friday
  • Lawrence, Fred. Cross-Country Runners Much Better, Says Jerry Bean

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