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Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 2, Wku Student Affairs Aug 1974

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 2, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU Campus Newspaper Reporting Campus, Athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky News. This issue contains articles:

  • Smith, Verenda. Defense Okay, Offense Lacking as Steady Rains Impede Football Practice
  • Budde, Neil. Two Veterans Brighten Women’s Golf Prospects
  • Harris, Roger & Fred Lawrence. Talent-Laden WKU Runners Eye Laurels
  • Collins, Don & Verenda Smith. Murray and Western Picked to Top Ohio Valley Conference
  • Battle Foreseen on Tennis Club
  • Payton, Richard. Intramural Meetings Set
  • Collins, Don. Western Graduates Go Big Time in Professional Ranks
  • Collins, Don. Baseballers Boast Hitting, Lack Hurlers
  • Smith, Verenda. Why Disappointment?
  • Angelo. Tom. Rifle Team Counting on Chris Carlsen, Five Freshmen
  • Smith, Verenda. Dennis Tomek Worry? Only About Scoring Points
  • Lawrence, Fred. As Foreign Athletes Pour in to U.S. Campuses, Coaches Pour Out Complaints
  • Johnston, Scott. Students Become Patrolmen
  • Department Heads Say Enrollment May Be Up
  • Associated Student Government Books Fall Entertainment Fare
  • Harris, Roger. Cherry Hall Incomplete; Dorm Work Proceeding – Rodes-Harlin Hall, Gilbert Hall, McCormack Hall, Bemis Lawrence Hall, Barnes-Campbell Hall, Pearce-Ford Tower, Keen Hall, Poland Hall
  • Tewell, Terry. Theatre, Choral Music Tryouts Slated
  • Corrections in Calendar Announced
  • United Givers Fund Seeks Western Support
  • Caudill, Tom. Traffic Volume Increases with Return of Students
  • Filing for Offices Opens
  • Leake, Betsy. The First Days of Class a Contrast in Styles
  • Tewell ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 1, Wku Student Affairs Aug 1974

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 1, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU Campus Newspaper Reporting Campus, Athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky News. This issue contains articles:

  • Campus Map
  • Tewell, Terry. Student Recreation Provided
  • Wethington, Jay. Library Complex Offers Wide Selection to Students
  • Administration Building Serves Student Needs
  • Spare Time Center on Hill
  • Burchett, Roger. This is Not What You’d Call a Regular Army Outfit
  • McCoy, Morris. Kentucky Building Reflects History
  • Collins, Don. Athletic Facilities Are Open to Students
  • Refrigerators Still Available
  • Parking Structure Houses Laundry
  • McCoy, Morris. Western Provides Counseling Help for Student Body
  • Johnston, Scott. Credits May Be Obtained Through CLEP Testing
  • Johnston, Scott. Honor Students Create Their Courses ...


The Rhetoric Of Laura Clay: A Southern Argument For Woman Suffrage, Margaret Wesolowski Aug 1974

The Rhetoric Of Laura Clay: A Southern Argument For Woman Suffrage, Margaret Wesolowski

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

This study focused on the persuasive efforts of Laura Clay (1848-1941) as they represented a particularly southern argument for woman suffrage as opposed to the northern, or National American Woman Suffrage Association, suffrage argument. As a Kentuckian, she believed she understood southern attitudes on the three major issues she encountered during her thirty-two years as a suffragist.

The three issues were those of woman's traditional role, the race question, and state versus federal legislation. The arguments of Miss Clay concerning these issues were premised on justice and expediency, which formed the rationale of suffragist rhetoric.

Her arguments, tailored to ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 53, No. 58, Wku Student Affairs Jun 1974

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 53, No. 58, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU Campus Newspaper Reporting Campus, Athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky News. This issue contains articles:

  • Western Submits Report on Recruiting Violation to Ohio Valley Conference,NCAA Officials
  • MacDonald, Margaret. WKU Seeks Okay for Tuition Proposal
  • Journalists Earn Workshop Honors
  • Greg McKinney Joins Regents in WKU Budget Approval
  • Tritschlee, Elaine. Students Feel Pinch
  • Ashcraft, Betsy & Cindi Dziezak. Construction Falling Behind Schedule – Cherry Hall, Environmental Science & Technology Hall
  • Enrollment Drops
  • Wilcoxson, Kirby. John Scarborough and Thomas Madron: Personalities in Contrast
  • Knight, Sherri. Junior Scholars Sneak a Preview
  • Herde, Mary. Super Snoops Seek Some Scoops
  • Burrell, Nancy. Folk Musicians Schedule Showings for Saturday ...


Jane Austens' Attitude Toward The Position Of Women, Carol Burford May 1974

Jane Austens' Attitude Toward The Position Of Women, Carol Burford

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

Jane Austen's attitude toward the position of middle-class women at the end of the eighteenth century is examined in the context of her life and thought and the women characters in her six novels. Comparisons are made with the position of women today regarding marriage, work, and the goals of the women's liberation movement. Jane Austen shared with feminists a recognition of the need for self-fulfillment. Because she was a realist, she provided fulfillment for her heroines through the only vehicle that was available to most women of her time--marriage. The solution she worked out for satisfying this ...


Ua12/2/36 Scrapbook, Gamma Sigma Sigma Apr 1974

Ua12/2/36 Scrapbook, Gamma Sigma Sigma

Student Organizations

Scrapbook of Gamma Sigma Sigma sorority for 1974, includes officers, photographs, clippings and commentary.