Publication Date

7-28-1970

Abstract

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

  • 625 Candidates to Receive Degrees
  • Ogden Recipient Named – John Taulbee
  • Berry, Jeanne. Theatre Department Lists Department Lists 5 Plays for 1970-71
  • Associated Students to Host Conference on Discount Programs
  • 5 Added to Dean of Student Affairs Office
  • Undergraduate Teacher Education Admission System Begun
  • School Community Workshop Planned
  • Regents Authorize Bond Issue Worth $8,120,000
  • Civil Engineering Scholarships Given
  • Discount Cards to Be Given During Fall Registration
  • Summer ‘Alumnus’ to Be Distributed
  • Student Apathy Dead on Western’s Campus
  • Complete Investigation of 1970 Census Should Be Made
  • 18-Year Old Voting Law Could Have Great Impact
  • Baker, Ron. Several New Buildings to Be Completed for Fall Semester – Parking Structure, Downing University Center, Tate Page Hall, Ivan Wilson Hall, Service & Supply Building, College Heights Foundation, Pearce-Ford Tower
  • First Fall Herald Set for Aug. 28
  • McGarey, Bob. Larry Zielke Continues to Work on Teacher Evaluation
  • Deadlines Set for Admission to Western
  • Schmidt, Jim. 14 Lettermen to Return for Hilltopper Basketball
  • Tickets Sales Dates Announced for Annual All-Star Games
  • Silver Girls Auditions Set for August 24 in Music Hall
  • Faculty Team Wins Softball League
  • Russell Cornelius Wins Faculty Golf Meet
  • Fall Football Practice Begins August 19
  • Last Clinics Set Thursday
  • Two Named Directors of Hundred Club – C.V. Nance, Vernon Holder
  • 1970 Football Schedule
  • $10,000 Grant for Law Enforcement Study Made to WKU
  • 200 to Participate in Sorority Rush
  • Senior Recital Set for Thursday

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