Publication Date

4-19-1977

Abstract

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

  • Kerrick, Sara. Student Couples Share Everything but Last Names
  • Hepp, Jan. Shortage of Dorm Space is Possible Again Next Fall
  • WKU Senior Found Dead – Gloria Dellario
  • Kuhl, Greg. Only Two Blacks are on Conference Baseball Rosters
  • Hepp, Jan. Indian Study Group is Revived – Native American Solidarity Committee
  • College Heights Herald Places Second in Newspaper Contest
  • Teacher Article to be Printed – James Johnson
  • Bennett, Jo. Groundwork: Women Join Men on Maintenance Crew
  • Regional Universities Should Stay Regional
  • Bruce, Don. Aberrationist Has Shifty Solution to Dormitory Overcrowding
  • Moore, Bob. Thanks Campaign Workers
  • Mears, Teresa. A Lot of Friends Bring Quilting Bees Back to Bemis Lawrence Hall
  • Awards Recognize Black Achievement – Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Awards
  • Buddhism Talk to be Thursday
  • Two Convicted in Bomb Threat
  • Seminar on Energy Will be Today
  • Three Dormitories to Get Ice Machines – Keen Hall, Bemis Lawrence Hall, Minton Hall
  • Military Science Professor to Discuss ROTC Programs – Billy Pearson
  • Ribar, Richard. Opera Workshop to Present Two Plays
  • Interpreters Theatre to Attend Missouri Festival
  • Public Debate Topic to Focus on Capital Punishment, Justice
  • Holman, Connie. Celebrity Auction Features Everything Except Celebrities
  • Fire Seminar is Tomorrow
  • Panel to Discuss Black Students on White Campus – Delta Sigma Theta
  • Sprinkler Contract to be Awarded This Week
  • What’s Happening – Club News
  • Kerrick, Sara. Two Students to Work Abroad – Sue Weber, Tom Atsalis
  • Banquet will Honor Distinguished Students
  • Council on Public Higher Education Meeting Set Tomorrow to Discuss Universities’ Roles
  • Armstrong, Bryan. Western Wins Own Invitational – Track & Field
  • Grove, Jim. Tops Win 7th Straight as Murray Falls, 7-2 – Tennis
  • White, Don. Tops Beat Vanderbilt to End Losing Streak – Baseball
  • Mike Reese Signs with Western; Betty Langley Recruits Trio
  • Armstrong, Bryan. Tops Qualify Three for Nationals
  • Women Take 8th: Men Finish 2nd, Last – Golf

Disciplines

African American Studies | Communication | Higher Education Administration | History | Indigenous Studies | Journalism Studies | Mass Communication | Public Relations and Advertising | Race, Ethnicity and Post-Colonial Studies | Social and Behavioral Sciences | Social History | Sociology | Sports Studies | Theatre and Performance Studies