Publication Date

2-18-1975

Abstract

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

  • McCamish, Jelaine. President Downing Studies Campus Grocery Possibility
  • Leake, Betsy. University Center Board Adequate to Handle Concert Role
  • Dental Service Does Three-Fold Job
  • Bond, Beverly. Volunteering Makes a Dent
  • Watergate Figures Grow Rich on Spectacle-Seeking Crowds
  • Lile, Adele. Married Student Housing
  • Hodges, Patti. Objects to Men in Dorms
  • Ombudsman – Weekend Activities
  • Adams, Anne. Teacher Evaluation Study Draws Interest
  • Awards Are Available
  • Bishop, Priscilla. ROTC Enrollment Increases
  • Downing University Center Cafeteria Plans to Close Some Weekends
  • Bond, Beverly. Debaters Win Sweepstakes at Murray Tournament
  • Festival Nominations Open
  • Schmitt, Morton. What’s Happening – Sigma Delta Chi, Bridge Club, Accounting Club, Gamma Sigma Sigma, Chi Omega, Phi Beta Lambda
  • Ground Beef Sale is Tomorrow
  • Zephyrus is Accepting Art, Original Writings
  • Herald Reporters Become Editors
  • Madison, Stephanie. Sydney Stringer Names Miss Black Western ‘75
  • Bond, Beverly. German Film, Paris Ballet Lecture Set Tomorrow
  • Shirley, Janet. WKU Does Not Endorse Offer
  • Students Place in Meet – Association of College Unions International
  • Collins, Don. Western’s Cool Customers Frost Morehead, 99-86
  • Rogers, Ricky. Scholarship Cuts Considered
  • Collins, Don. Nod Here Goes to Mike Odemns Over George Sorrell as Most Valuable
  • Harris, Roger. Trackmen Eye NCAA
  • Payton, Richard. Gymnasts Top Peabody
  • Huffman, Clyde. Women Basketballers Lose Pair; Face Murray

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