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Ua32/4/4 The Coalition Zine!, Issue 1, Wku Coalition For Gender & Racial Equality Jan 2012

Ua32/4/4 The Coalition Zine!, Issue 1, Wku Coalition For Gender & Racial Equality

Student Organizations

Newsletter created by the WKU Coalition for Gender & Racial Equality a student organization sponsored by WKU Gender & Women Studies. This issue has articles regarding sexual orientation, right to life and racism.


Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Xii, Western Writers Apr 1968

Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Xii, Western Writers

Student Organizations

Magazine produced by the Western Writers, a group of student readers and writers devoted to good writing and determined to encourage those interested in creative work. It presents members' best efforts in other than class-assigned papers.


Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Xi, No. 2, Western Writers Apr 1967

Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Xi, No. 2, Western Writers

Student Organizations

Magazine produced by the Western Writers, a group of student readers and writers devoted to good writing and determined to encourage those interested in creative work. It presents members' best efforts in other than class-assigned papers.


Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Xi, No. 1, Western Writers Oct 1966

Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Xi, No. 1, Western Writers

Student Organizations

Magazine produced by the Western Writers, a group of student readers and writers devoted to good writing and determined to encourage those interested in creative work. It presents members' best efforts in other than class-assigned papers.


Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. X, No. 1, Western Writers Oct 1965

Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. X, No. 1, Western Writers

Student Organizations

Magazine produced by the Western Writers, a group of student readers and writers devoted to good writing and determined to encourage those interested in creative work. It presents members' best efforts in other than class-assigned papers.


Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Ix, No. 1, Western Writers Oct 1964

Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Ix, No. 1, Western Writers

Student Organizations

Magazine produced by the Western Writers, a group of student readers and writers devoted to good writing and determined to encourage those interested in creative work. It presents members' best efforts in other than class-assigned papers.


Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Viii, No. 2, Western Writers Apr 1964

Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Viii, No. 2, Western Writers

Student Organizations

Magazine produced by the Western Writers, a group of student readers and writers devoted to good writing and determined to encourage those interested in creative work. It presents members' best efforts in other than class-assigned papers.


Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Viii, No. 1, Western Writers Apr 1963

Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Viii, No. 1, Western Writers

Student Organizations

Magazine produced by the Western Writers, a group of student readers and writers devoted to good writing and determined to encourage those interested in creative work. It presents members' best efforts in other than class-assigned papers.


Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Vii, No. 2, Western Writers Jan 1963

Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Vii, No. 2, Western Writers

Student Organizations

Magazine produced by the Western Writers, a group of student readers and writers devoted to good writing and determined to encourage those interested in creative work. It presents members' best efforts in other than class-assigned papers.


Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Vii, No. 1, Western Writers Apr 1962

Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Vii, No. 1, Western Writers

Student Organizations

Magazine produced by the Western Writers, a group of student readers and writers devoted to good writing and determined to encourage those interested in creative work. It presents members' best efforts in other than class-assigned papers.


Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Vi, No. 2, Western Writers, Cecil Richard Oakley Oct 1961

Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Vi, No. 2, Western Writers, Cecil Richard Oakley

Student Organizations

Magazine produced by the Western Writers, a group of student readers and writers devoted to good writing and determined to encourage those interested in creative work. It presents members' best efforts in other than class-assigned papers. Special edition dedicated to member Cecil Richard Oakley's work. He died November 4, 1961.


Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Vi, No. 1, Western Writers Apr 1961

Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Vi, No. 1, Western Writers

Student Organizations

Magazine produced by the Western Writers, a group of student readers and writers devoted to good writing and determined to encourage those interested in creative work. It presents members' best efforts in other than class-assigned papers.


Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. V, No. 1, Western Writers Apr 1960

Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. V, No. 1, Western Writers

Student Organizations

Magazine produced by the Western Writers, a group of student readers and writers devoted to good writing and determined to encourage those interested in creative work. It presents members' best efforts in other than class-assigned papers.


Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. V, No. 2, Western Writers Jan 1960

Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. V, No. 2, Western Writers

Student Organizations

Magazine produced by the Western Writers, a group of student readers and writers devoted to good writing and determined to encourage those interested in creative work. It presents members' best efforts in other than class-assigned papers.


Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Iv, No. 2, Western Writers Oct 1959

Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Iv, No. 2, Western Writers

Student Organizations

Magazine produced by the Western Writers, a group of student readers and writers devoted to good writing and determined to encourage those interested in creative work. It presents members' best efforts in other than class-assigned papers.


Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Iv, No. 1, Western Writers Apr 1959

Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Iv, No. 1, Western Writers

Student Organizations

Magazine produced by the Western Writers, a group of student readers and writers devoted to good writing and determined to encourage those interested in creative work. It presents members' best efforts in other than class-assigned papers.


Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Iii, No. 1, Western Writers Apr 1958

Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Iii, No. 1, Western Writers

Student Organizations

Magazine produced by the Western Writers, a group of student readers and writers devoted to good writing and determined to encourage those interested in creative work. It presents members' best efforts in other than class-assigned papers.


Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Iii, No. 2, Western Writers Jan 1958

Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Iii, No. 2, Western Writers

Student Organizations

Magazine produced by the Western Writers, a group of student readers and writers devoted to good writing and determined to encourage those interested in creative work. It presents members' best efforts in other than class-assigned papers.


Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Ii, No. 3, Western Writers Oct 1957

Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Ii, No. 3, Western Writers

Student Organizations

Magazine produced by the Western Writers, a group of student readers and writers devoted to good writing and determined to encourage those interested in creative work. It presents members' best efforts in other than class-assigned papers.


Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Ii, No. 2, Western Writers Apr 1957

Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Ii, No. 2, Western Writers

Student Organizations

Magazine produced by the Western Writers, a group of student readers and writers devoted to good writing and determined to encourage those interested in creative work. It presents members' best efforts in other than class-assigned papers.


Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Ii, No. 1, Western Writers Jan 1957

Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Ii, No. 1, Western Writers

Student Organizations

Magazine produced by the Western Writers, a group of student readers and writers devoted to good writing and determined to encourage those interested in creative work. It presents members' best efforts in other than class-assigned papers.


Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. I, No. 3, Western Writers Oct 1956

Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. I, No. 3, Western Writers

Student Organizations

Magazine produced by the Western Writers, a group of student readers and writers devoted to good writing and determined to encourage those interested in creative work. It presents members' best efforts in other than class-assigned papers.


Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. I, No. 2, Western Writers Apr 1956

Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. I, No. 2, Western Writers

Student Organizations

Magazine produced by the Western Writers, a group of student readers and writers devoted to good writing and determined to encourage those interested in creative work. It presents members' best efforts in other than class-assigned papers.


Ua12/2/38 In Congress Club, Sam Steger Jan 1940

Ua12/2/38 In Congress Club, Sam Steger

Student Organizations

Poem written by Sam Steger regarding the Congress Debating Club. The poem borrows heavily from Judge James Hillary Mulligan's In Kentucky which was written in 1902.


Ua68/6/2 English Club Gazette, Wku English Club May 1939

Ua68/6/2 English Club Gazette, Wku English Club

Student Organizations

Annual banquet program in the form of gazette. Includes articles:

  • Minute Biography of Our Sponsor - Gordon Wilson
  • Virginia Stonecipher Speaks on Pegasus in Kentucky
  • Wylie, Elinor. Pegasus Lost
  • The Story of Pegasus
  • It Don't Make Sense
  • 62 English Majors to Graduate in 1939
  • Menu Features Chicken with Accessories


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xi, No. 5, Wku Student Affairs Nov 1934

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xi, No. 5, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Class & Club
  • Personals
  • Society
  • The Sport Light

This issue contains articles:

  • The Green Pastures’ Is Presented on Hill Monday, November 19
  • Biology Dept. Gets Rattler
  • Reviews of Theses Appear in Journal
  • Speaks at Lebanon – Yandell Page
  • Judge Fred Bale Is Speaker Here
  • Library Conducts Daily English Class for Student Body
  • Dr. M.C. Ford Speaks
  • Kelley, Roy. Entire Band Makes Trip to Murray-Western Tilt
  • ROTC Presents Chapel Program
  • Art Department Makes Scenery
  • Miss Mary I. Cole Gets Ph. D. Degree
  • Four from Hill Go to Meeting at Oxford, Ohio
  • Radio Program Being Prepared
  • Instructors Go to Chattanooga Meet
  • National Book Week Observed
  • Guy Forman Gives Demonstration at Auburn High
  • Pyke, Larry. Many See First Play of Season, ‘Miss Lulu Bett’
  • Clubs Have ’Possum Hunt and Find Pretty Little S—
  • Founder’s Day Program Given
  • Dr. Henry Cherry Goes to Celebration – Georgetown Homecoming
  • Kalamazoo, Western Renew Rivalry Here in Turkey Day Battle
  • Dr. Judson Griffin and Students Take Geography Tour
  • Juniors Beat Seniors in Volley-ball Game
  • Speaks at Hopkinsville – Horace McMurtry
  • Cooperative Service
  • The International Relations Club
  • The Red Cross
  • Thanksgiving
  • Angle, Rena. A Few Words on Thoughts
  • McChesney, Gene. Miss Elizabeth Woods and Miss Florence Ragland Create a Paradise on Campus – Kentucky Building Grounds
  • Robertson, Charley. I Like
  • Weldon, B.E. Winter
  • Freshmen Win From Murray in Final Game
  • Western Wins Over Eastern by 49-9 Count
  • Hilltoppers Play Superb Game Against Murray, But Go Down in Defeat 27-14
  • McCombs, Harold. Thou Art the Christ
  • Cardinals Play Best Game of Season; Tie Franklin 6-6


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xi, No. 4, Wku Student Affairs Nov 1934

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xi, No. 4, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Class & Club
  • Collegiate Days & Nights
  • Exchange Gleanings
  • Personals
  • Society

This issue contains articles:

  • Famous Drama Is Coming Here on November 19 – Green Pastures
  • Western Educators Attend Meetings in Frankfort, Lexington
  • Ticket Sale Is Started – Miss Lulu Bett
  • Peabody Begins Series of Radio Presentations
  • Play Production Class Gives ‘Trash’ at Chapel
  • Seniors Elect Main Officers for Class Book
  • Miss Mary Marks to Speak at Geography Meet
  • 2006th Anniversary of Birth of Horace to Be Observed Soon
  • College Chorus Is Organized; Girls’ Glee Club Picked
  • ‘Miss Lulu Bett’ Will Be Staged on November 15
  • Glover H. Cary Gives Address to Chapel Body
  • Kentucky Classical Body Opens Convention Today at Danville
  • Western Librarians Attend Conference
  • Jones, Guy. School Spirit Is ‘Red Hot’ during Big Homecoming
  • Presidents of County Groups Meet, Organize
  • Vocational Agriculture Teachers Will Assemble Here
  • Homecoming Occasion Successful; Throngs of Alumni Flock to Hilltop
  • Meets Today – North Kentucky Alumni Club
  • Thanks
  • Join a Club!
  • Fire – Cedar House
  • Training School Students Observe Hallowe’en ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xi, No. 3, Wku Student Affairs Oct 1934

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xi, No. 3, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Class & Club
  • Literary Autopsies
  • Personals
  • Society
  • The Sport Light

This issue contains articles:

  • Henry Cherry Takes Stand against Secret Clubs
  • To Give Benefit Program – Lions Club
  • Miss Lulu Betts Tells Good Story of Modern Family
  • Howard Tussle Will Be 1st Test for Grid Eleven
  • Dr. Cherry Addresses College High at Chapel
  • Victor Strahm Visits Parents October 12-14
  • All of Last Year’s Agriculture Graduates Secure Positions
  • Topmiller, Dorothy. Cast Is Chosen for First Play, ‘Miss Lulu Bett’
  • 1400 Educators of 3rd District ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xi, No. 2, Wku Student Affairs Oct 1934

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

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Class & Club
  • Collegiate Days & Nights
  • Exchange Gleanings
  • Personals
  • Society
  • The Sport Light

This issue contains articles:

  • Third District Teachers Open Meeting Today
  • Western’s Band Will Play at Local Bazaar
  • History Groups to Have Annual Luncheon Nov. 3
  • Try-outs Held – Western Players
  • Football Tomorrow
  • Baptist Students Have First Meeting
  • Order New Uniforms – WKU Marching Band
  • Angle, Rena. Homecoming, Western’s Gala Event, Was Started in ’27; Team Has Been Winner in Five of Annual Classics
  • Cheer Leaders for ’34 Chosen by Chapel Vote
  • Homecoming Program
  • Schoolmasters’ Club Meets October 9th
  • Goes to Scottsville
  • Keller, Roy. Cedar House Is Now Open Entire Week
  • Largest Homecoming Crowd in History of Western Will Trek to Hill on Nov. 3
  • Student Employees Get First Pay Checks – Federal Emergency Relief Administration
  • Appears on Program – Warren County Convention of Christian Churches
  • Homecoming
  • Life More Life
  • The Cedar House
  • Angle, Rena. The Magic Word
  • Periodical ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xi, No. 1, Wku Student Affairs Sep 1934

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

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Literary Autopsies
  • Personals
  • Society
  • The Sport Light

This issue contains articles:

  • Many Teachers Are Given Leave This Semester
  • 450 Students Enroll in Training School
  • Meet on Campus – Teachers Institute
  • Western Band Will Consist of 100 Pieces
  • Temple, Ethel. Hancock County School News Is Unusual Paper
  • 3rd Education Group to Meet on Hill Oct. 12 – Third District Educational Association
  • Homecoming to Be November 3
  • Dramatic Club Meets Sept. 25
  • J.B. Goranflo Gets Post Office Job
  • Coaches Will Meet Here Each Year in Future ...