Publication Date

9-19-1975

Abstract

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

  • Adams, Anne. Two Kidney Transplants Change Life of Downing University Center Grill Cook – Harry Murrell
  • Budde, Neil. Regents Likely to Discuss Tenure and Evaluation
  • Harris, Roger. Associated Student Government Concert Draws 4,300 Loses $7,000
  • Harris, Roger. Freshman Vote Light
  • Skees, Janet. Few Students Use Last Complaint Level
  • Inter-Hall Council Discusses Visitation Policy
  • Wethington, Jay. Band Overpowers Duo – Loggins & Messina
  • 3 Persons Are Arrested at Concert
  • Caudill, Tom. Regents Shouldn’t Be Administrators, Too
  • Ombudsman - Two-Cycle Signal Is Confusing
  • Maxwell, Orvell. Entertainment
  • Wildman, Judy. Chinese Artists to Present Aspects of Opera Monday
  • Cash, Terry. Off-Campus Jobs Range from Libraries to Parks
  • Bond, Beverly. Mime to Open University Center Board Series – Keith Berger
  • What’s Happening – Young Republicans, Gamma Sigma Sigma, Phi Alpha Theta, Maranatha Christian Fellowship, Alpha Phi Alpha, Social Work Club, Eta Sigma Gamma, Volleyball Club, Public Relations Student Society of America, Phi Mu
  • Collins, Don. Tops’ Offensive Line Readies Itself for Home Debut
  • Henderson, Ray. Dave Conrad Eats Words; Bill Smith Loses Cookies
  • Collins, Don. Paul Dietzel to Become Indiana University Athletic Director When Contract with League Expires
  • Halicks, Richard. Women Golfers to Open Season at Illinois State
  • Sorority Softball Enters Final Stages
  • Ohio Valley Conference Changes Format of Post-Season Cage Tourney
  • Huffman, Clyde. Toppers to Invade Indiana State Soil - Baseball
  • New Computer Monitoring Program Cuts Power Consumption 10-14 Per Cent

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