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Western News (1972-2018)

1975

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Western News, May 8, 1975, Western Michigan University May 1975

Western News, May 8, 1975, Western Michigan University

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Story highlights: TV production wins top award, Art exhibition continues this month, C.E.T.A. job requests reported, State will assess service charge, Announce English examination dates, Freshmen given parking privileges, Accountants meet here Saturday, Offer special prices for printing, Metric conversion seminar slated, Tennis team plays at home this weekend


Western News, April 24, 1975, Western Michigan University Apr 1975

Western News, April 24, 1975, Western Michigan University

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Story highlights: Inauguration; Commencement Saturday, Reish Heads P.B.K. Group, Medieval Conference Here May 4-7, Student Telephone Talkathon Sets World Record; Helps Burn Center, Dr. Grotzinger Gives Final Address As Outgoing Faculty Senate President, Carnegie Recital Hall Concert Culminates Brass Quintet Tour, W.M.U. Students To Tour N.Y.C. Art Galleries; Museums; Studios, Delehanty New Herald Editor


Western News, April 17, 1975, Western Michigan University Apr 1975

Western News, April 17, 1975, Western Michigan University

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Story highlights: Summer Hours Under Study, To Close Parts of Two Campus Streets from April 28-Sept. 1, Pro/Con Union Panel Today, Set Library Break Hours, To Install Ratliffe as President At State Speech Conference Here, Elsasser Award To Nancy Diehl, Midwest Business Communicators To Meet Here This Weekend, Name Advisory Committee For Physicians' Assistants, Plan Backpack To Isle Royale


Western News, April 10, 1975, Western Michigan University Apr 1975

Western News, April 10, 1975, Western Michigan University

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Story highlights: Cite Children's Theater Play, To Hold Tenure; Promotion Decisions Pending Contract, Invite Campus To Inauguration, Set Year-Round Hours, Set Foreign Language Tourney, Encourage Students To Register Now for Fall Because of Changes, To Celebrate Debate Anniversary, Collegiate Singers Perform Sunday, Track Team To Tennessee, Four Philosophy Faculty Honored, People To People Invite Cagers To Tour Scandanavia in August


Western News, April 3, 1975, April 3, 1975 Apr 1975

Western News, April 3, 1975, April 3, 1975

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Story highlights: Offer Bus Service to Malls, Festival of New Music April 3-5, Research Services Has Open House, Faculty Recognition Dinner April 15, AAUP Elects Council; Officers, Canterbury Tales Here April 15-19, 'Spring Fling' Ends Saturday, Western Moves Temporarily to Maple Hill Mall this Weekend


Western News, March 27, 1975, Western Michigan University Mar 1975

Western News, March 27, 1975, Western Michigan University

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Story highlights: Broadway Comedy by Neil Simon Coming to Auditorium Monday, WMU Wins Ohio Award, Public Affairs Institute Prepares Region III Council Application, National Geographic Lectures Wednesday, Trustees Table Proposed Room; Board; Non-Resident Tuition Hikes, Name Director of Annual Fund; Acting Industrial Ed. Chairman, Abolish On-Campus Housing Policy Raise Tuition $1 Per Credit Hour


Western News, March 20, 1975, Western Michigan University Mar 1975

Western News, March 20, 1975, Western Michigan University

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Story highlights: Michigan Jr. College DECA Conference, Residence Hall Policy Change Action By Trustees Expected, Faculty Recognition Dinner April 15, Filmmaker To Visit Western Tuesday, Preservation Hall Jazz Band To Perform April 2 at Miller, Cameron Wins Ludwig Award, Cliff Keuter Dance Company To Visit WMU March 24-26, WMU Bicentennial Committee Must Be Informed of Projects


Western News, March 13, 1975, Western Michigan University Mar 1975

Western News, March 13, 1975, Western Michigan University

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Story highlights: Advise Administrators To Refrain From Senate; Council Participation, Final Academic Forum Tuesday, Explain Simplified Registration, Opera Tickets Now on Sale, Offer Tropical Biology Course, To Present Workshop Series For Campers; Hikers; Cyclists, Cagers; Griffin Close on Top, Martin Wins Swim Crown, Dunlop Leads Hockey Broncos


Western News, February 27, 1975, Western Michigan University Feb 1975

Western News, February 27, 1975, Western Michigan University

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Story highlights: Close Gabel Swimming Pool, Arthur Fiedler To Conduct Boston Pops Here March 18, Student Center Sets Recess Hours, '74 Annual Fund; Deferred Gifts To Western Almost $2 Million, Propose Residence Hall Policy Change; $1 Credit Hour Increase


Western News, February 20, 1975, Western Michigan University Feb 1975

Western News, February 20, 1975, Western Michigan University

Western News (1972-2018)

Story highlights: Inauguration Set for Spring Commencement, Collective Bargaining Vote Next Week, Red Cross Cites Western, Offer Oceanography Summer Assistance, Schedule Summer Seminar in France, Pianist Lorin Hollander Coming To Miller Auditorium Feb. 27, Physics Professor Bradley Dies, Latin American Series Continues, Track Elite Here Friday; Saturday For Central Collegiate Title Run


Western News, February 13, 1975, Western Michigan University Feb 1975

Western News, February 13, 1975, Western Michigan University

Western News (1972-2018)

Story highlights: Plan Special Affirmative Action Series, Bernhard Says Proposed Budget Is 'Unacceptable', VVestern Trustee YFCA President, Engineering Open House Wednesday, Black History Week Continues, Asian Studies Forum Today, African Archeology Series Wednesday, Track Meet Here Tonight


Western News, February 6, 1975, Western Michigan University Feb 1975

Western News, February 6, 1975, Western Michigan University

Western News (1972-2018)

Story highlights: 10 Legislators Visit Western, Asian Series Begins Tonight, Chungnam University Honors Bernhard; Western's Center for Korean Studies, Mann; Singers Here Tuesday, A.W.S. Plans Awareness Week, Set AfraAmerican Chorale Concert, Soprano Presents Solo Recital; University Jazz Band, Trombonist Urbie Green To Perform Friday


Western News, January 30, 1975, Western Michigan University Jan 1975

Western News, January 30, 1975, Western Michigan University

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Story highlights: Set Collective Bargaining Vote For Feb. 26-27, Remind Faculty of Student Rights, Travel Abroad Workshop Tonight, Plan Series of Individualizing Instruction Workshops Feb. 3-10, Zambian Educator To Discuss Africa, Named to State Humanities Council, Wrestlers Host Miami Saturday


Western News, January 23, 1975, Western Michigan University Jan 1975

Western News, January 23, 1975, Western Michigan University

Western News (1972-2018)

Story highlights: Treasury Dept. Official To Give Economics Seminar Here Wed., 1st Distinguished Alumni Award Winner Dies, WMU Considering Multi-Million Dollar Fund-Raising Campaign, Name Johnson Dept. Chairman, Western Trustees Appoint New Placement; Health Center Directors, Sabbatical Leaves Approved for 39 Faculty, Hockey Broncos At Lake Forest, Guest To Discuss Eastern Europe


Western News, January 16, 1975, Western Michigan University Jan 1975

Western News, January 16, 1975, Western Michigan University

Western News (1972-2018)

Story highlights: $85,000 in Research Funds Awarded to 49 WMU Faculty, Implement C/T Study; Finish Hearing Appeals, Robert Merrill Plans Return, Rape Forum Here Wednesday, Set Two Summer European Flights, Seek Students Interested in Receiving Or Providing Tutorial Services Here, Trustees Approve Code of Student Life, ┬ĚCode of Student Life


Western News, January 9, 1975, Western Michigan University Jan 1975

Western News, January 9, 1975, Western Michigan University

Western News (1972-2018)

Story highlights: 11 Physicians Join Health Center Staff, 'Come Back, Little Sheba' Opens Wed. in Shaw's Arena Theatre, China Invites WMU Group Of 20 Students; 3 Faculty, Adopt Affirmative Action Plan, WMUK To Air 'Sexist Songs', Luscombe Heads Campus Committee On Bicentennial, G. B. Shaw's 'Don Juan in Hell' Jan. 21 at Miller Auditorium, Organist Virgil Fox, 'Revelation Lights' To Perform Here Jan. 23, Uzelac Completes Grid Staff