Publication Date

12-4-1970

Abstract

WKU Campus Newspaper Reporting Campus, Athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky News. This issue contains articles:

  • Sutherland, David. Constitution Sparks Controversy – Associated Student Government
  • Ralph, Mason. Ravi Shankar Coming Wednesday; Bond to Speak Here Dec. 13
  • Space Flights Drawing Public Eye Says Anthony England
  • At Last, Parking Garage Opens
  • Hardin Planetarium Sets Program
  • Dance Tonight to Aid Needy Children
  • Activity Almanac
  • Faculty Evaluation—New and Improved?
  • Associated Students Judicial Council. Endorse New Constitution
  • Cochran, Tony. Opening a Can of Worms
  • Benagh, Barbara. Feels Faculty is Overated
  • Ralph. Mason. The Importance of Being Earnest
  • Hanes, Clark. Miss Prudence Goodbody Demands Stricter Women’s Hours
  • Steinau, Jeff. Spring Fraternity Rush Proposal Expected to Alleviate
  • Drafting New Constitution is Keeping Interfraternity Council Busy, Too
  • Thomas, Kaye. Failure to Promote Qualified Women Draws Criticism from Miss Katherine Peden
  • Sunday Concert to Inaugurate Christmas Season
  • Tina Showalter Crowned by Pershing Rifles
  • Hanes, Clark. Interfraternity Council Mail Campaign Top Seek Support for Release of Vietnam Prisoners
  • Patterson, Tom. John Oldham’s Basketballers Glitter in Season Premiere
  • Freshmen Top Lindsey Wilson
  • Potter, Jerry. Swim Team Opens in Cape Relays; Squad Has a Completely New Cast
  • Patterson, Tom. You Can’t Have Your Cake, Eastern and Eat It Too
  • Tops Seek Second Victory
  • Witt, Travis. Western Hosts Californians
  • Patterson, Tom. Six Hilltoppers Named to All-Ohio Valley Conference Grid Squad

Disciplines

African American Studies | Communication | Higher Education Administration | Journalism Studies | Mass Communication | Military History | 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