Publication Date

2-25-1977

Abstract

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

  • Budde, Neil & Bill Wolfe. Academic Council Enters Thorny Thicket on General Education Guidelines
  • Hohman, Pat. Career Planning Program Possible
  • Halicks, Richard. Regents Hear Housing Views
  • Sigma Phi Epsilon, Poland Win Spirit Awards
  • McCaleb, Cindy. Blacks in Film: Author Says ‘Reel’ Stereotypes are Seen as Real – Donald Bogle
  • Students to Get $300 for Tech Aqua
  • Some Job Seekers Fishing in Empty Waters
  • Open Forum on Dorm Policy Proves A-Jarring Experience
  • Morton, Pat. Wants More Freedom
  • Hohman, Pat. 14 Abstain as Associated Student Government Rejects Discrimination Resolution
  • Sorority State Day Tomorrow
  • Filing for Associated Student Government Posts to Begin Monday
  • Crumpler, David. We’re Off to See the Wizard of Oz
  • Interpreters to Present Drama – The Displaced Person
  • Black Awareness Paying Tribute to a Heritage
  • Kerrick, Sara. Tornado Safety Plans Still Incomplete
  • Service Sorority to Examine Heritage
  • What’s Happening – Club News
  • Armstrong, Bryan. Bill Powell Says Western Pointing for University of Kentucky in State Meet
  • White, Don. No Need for Goodbyes as Hilltoppers Close Season
  • Grove, Jim. Julie Yeater Making No Predictions as Tops Finish Season on Road
  • Stinnett, Roger. Tops Seek Revenge in State Meet
  • Tops Fall 7-2 – Tennis
  • 7 Hope to Qualify for NCAA Meet – Track & Field
  • Schaftlein, Mark. Phi Mu, Good Time Gang in Campus Championship
  • Changes in Dorm Activities Announced
  • 5 Students Travel to Student National Education Association Meeting

Disciplines

African American Studies | Communication | Higher Education Administration | History | 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