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Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 32, Wku Student Affairs Jan 1975

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 32, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Caudill, Tom. Regents Approve Complaint Change
  • Rule Affects Men’s Hall; Exits Locked
  • Steen, Janet. Number Receiving Food Stamps Rises
  • Bond, Beverly. Judge Only One to Get Trophy at Debate Tournament – Steve Loyal
  • Pageant Entry Deadline Set – Miss Black Western
  • Blood Donation Needed – Donald Darnell
  • Academic Complaint Procedure Simplified
  • Wallheiser, Mark. Mom’s Happy
  • Whitman, Connie. Charges Prejudice
  • Ombudsman – Ping Pong
  • Shirley, Janet. Gov. Julian Carroll Stresses Education Priorities
  • Class Develops English Skills
  • Carlos Montoya to Perform Tomorrow
  • Wethington, Jay. WKU Farm: Unique Classroom
  • What ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 31, Wku Student Affairs Jan 1975

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 31, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Shirley. Janet. Women’s Dorm Exits Locked as Precautionary Measure
  • Shirley, Janet. Governor’s Son Says He Dislikes Special Attention, Role Playing – Kenneth Carroll
  • Gov. Julian Carroll to Speak Tonight
  • Budde, Neil. Eagle University Enrollment Highest Since Opening
  • Matteson, Teri. Group Travel Being Planned
  • Linked – New Line Improves Computer Service
  • Gerald Ford’s Proposals Like Aspirin for Dying Man
  • Ombudsman – Housing, Registration
  • Food Services: Coldhearted?
  • Charton, Dallas. Proposed Health, Education & Welfare Guidelines May Clear Up Confusion of Student Records Law
  • Grinstead, Brenda. Professor is Studying ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 30, Wku Student Affairs Jan 1975

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 30, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Steen, Janet. Associated Student Government to Administer Volunteer Bureau
  • Swanberg, Michael. Libraries Will Close Earlier
  • Harris, Roger. Campus Radio May Broadcast Next Fall
  • Charton, Dallas. Seminar to Deal with Employment, Labor Laws
  • Aviation Co-Op Degree Awarded
  • Gov. Julian Carroll to Visit Western
  • Bond, Beverly. Marijuana Pamphlets Mailed
  • Western Prof is Candidate – David Francis
  • Student Volunteer Bureau is Rescued by Associated Student Government Action
  • Ombudsman - Registration Policy is Questioned, Grise Hall
  • Gordon, David. Explains Cancellation
  • Grove, James. Outraged by Propaganda - Marijuana
  • Day, Mary. Funds Given to ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 29, Wku Student Affairs Jan 1975

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 29, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Steen, Janet. Students Turn to Financial Aid . . .
  • Charton, Dallas. . . . Recreation, Food Prices Climb
  • Adams, Anne. Research Causes Delay in 4-Year Nursing Program
  • New Degrees Approved; Appeals System Changed – Textiles & Clothing, Retail Management
  • KET Offers Credit Courses
  • Work is Behind Schedule on Environmental Sciences & Technology Building
  • Leake, Betsy. Law Increases Student Wages
  • Steen, Janet. Inflation Strains University Budget
  • New Staff Pledges to Seek Open Forum, Varied Views
  • Ombudsman – Readers Question Grill Policy at Downing Center, Dormitory Fees and Locked Doors at Grise Hall
  • Spring Staff for Herald Announced
  • Wethington, Jay. Gemini 75 Tour Canceled
  • Donald Darnell Hurt Seriously
  • Alton Little Selected Parks Chairman
  • Charton, Dallas. Dayton Physician Will Join Health Clinic Staff – Jim Goodrum
  • $3800 Grant to Focus on Problems of Elderly
  • Wethington, Jay. Todd Rundgren’s New Album Lives Up to Its Title – Utopia
  • International Film Series Features Murder Thriller
  • Associated Student Government Budget is Approved
  • Tuition Plan Draws More Tennessee Students
  • Western Receives $1000 Journalism Grant
  • Harris, Roger. Marcus Wallace Begins Program to Improve Services in Security Force
  • Harris, Roger. Parking Fines Cut for Early Payment
  • Budde, Neil. Student Recruiters Visit High Schools
  • Student Films Recognized
  • Four Students Named Government Interns
  • What’s Happening – Karate Club, Phi Alpha Theta, Sigma Delta Chi, Campus Girl Scouts, Alpha Tau Omega, Fencers Club
  • Three Chosen News Interns
  • Jim Highland Elected to Journalism Post
  • Schmitt, Morton. Bank Advises Caution in Gold Market Speculation
  • Three Arrested in Tape Thefts
  • State Approves New Landfill Site
  • Stephens, A.T. Dorm Renovations May End This Month
  • Dorm TV Stolen During Holidays
  • Collins, Don. Morehead Invades Tomorrow Night, Eastern Here Monday in Loop Action
  • Collins, Don. Romeo Crennel Leaves Western for Texas Tech; Ohio Valley Conference Network Folds
  • Rogers, Ricky. Swimmers Battle Odds at Morehead
  • Payton, Richard. Basketball Headlines Men’s Intramural Activities
  • Trackmen Open Season
  • Shirley, Janet. Computer System to Regulate Energy in Buildings