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Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 19, No. 16, Wku Student Affairs May 1943

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 19, No. 16, Wku Student Affairs

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WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. Regular features include:

  • Hilltopics
  • Looking Backward
  • Society – Personals
  • Faculty Notes
  • Alumni Flashes
  • Music Notes
  • At the Capitol - Movies
  • Weddings - Engagements
  • Spikes, Cleats & Sneakers
  • Daily Doings
  • Quotable Quotes
  • On the Western Front
  • The Service Column

This issue contains articles:

  • Western Offers Numerous Opportunities
  • Tandy Ellis Bequeaths Rare Gifts to Western
  • Dr. Marshall Murphree of Africa to Speak Here Tuesday
  • Muriel Dann to be Herald Editor-in-Chief
  • Roger Tuggle is Prisoner of War
  • Gift of Senior Class Presented
  • Vespers Will be Held During Summer Terms
  • Teachers Attending School This Summer to Participate in Fund
  • Chaplain William Smith Featured in Recent Issue of Army Paper
  • Hill Now Pre-Flight War College, Housing 321st CTD
  • From Foundation Upward
  • The Peace They Sought
  • College Heights Foundation Aids Many Students
  • Statement from Western’s President Paul L. Garrett
  • Bowling Green Offers Numerous Opportunities to College Students
  • Expenses at Western are Kept at Lowest Possible Figures
  • Operetta Given by Grade Group
  • Information is Given Regarding the Opportunities for Self-Support
  • Varied Offerings in Latin Listed
  • Work of French Club Exhibited
  • Accelerated Program in ROTC Has Been Highlight of this Year’s Many Changes
  • Mrs. Sue Semple is Poet Laureate
  • Lieut. Ray Teborek Missing in Action
  • Grise, Finley. And the Destinies of Our Children?
  • Three Publications Issued Regularly
  • History Department Gives Courses on Present Interantional Conflict
  • Date for Annual Speech Contests
  • College Gives Leave of Absence to Miss Julia Neal
  • Art Department Has Facilities of Best Quality
  • New Type of War Magazines Being Kept in Library
  • Students Heard in Recital Tuesday
  • Placement Bureau Report Shows Western Grads in Great Demand
  • Varied Courses Offered by the Psychology Department
  • Western Orchestra to be Presented
  • Two Speeches Delivered Yesterday by President Paul Garrett
  • Education Department Streamlines Program
  • Western Awarded Excellent Rating by Associated Collegiate Press Association for Two Successive Years
  • Popular Books at Library
  • Western Claims Origination of Point System
  • Outline of Living Accomodations is Made for Prospective Students
  • Flag Courtesy
  • Miss Sibyl Stonecipher has Article in Kentucky Journal
  • German Offered
  • Dessie Barlow is Soloist in Chapel
  • Fall Term to Open Sept. 24, 25
  • Each Class Has Regular Sponsor
  • Timely Conferences Between Faculty Members and Library Staff Have Been Held Monthly
  • Student Makes Ape-Man Model – Shirleybell McClure
  • Recitals to be Given Tuesday and Thursday
  • Hsitory Head is News Analyst – Arndt Stickles
  • Boys State Will be Held at Kentucky Military Institute Later in Month
  • Kentucky Library & Museum are Recipients of Numerous Gifts During Past Year
  • Class Meetings Held May 11
  • Complete Course in Smith-Hughes Home Economics Offered to Western Students; Home Management House is Laboratory
  • High School and College Courses are Offered by Extension Department at Western
  • Compositions, Programs Produced by Versatile Staff of Music Department
  • Every Effort is Made to Safeguard the Health of Western’s Students
  • George Riggs Speaks in Chapel
  • Vital Defense Jobs and Technical Fields Claim Many Physics Students
  • Wayne Ridley to be Member of Riverside Staff
  • Many Positions are Now Open for ...