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Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 51, No. 7, Wku Student Affairs Sep 1975

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 51, No. 7, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Budde, Neil & Tom Caudill. Regents Pick Gerald Edds to Be New Chairman
  • Associated Student Government Polls to Close at 4
  • Budde, Neil. Board to Seek Attorney General’s Opinion on Tenure
  • Wethington, Jay. Student Support Low – Loggins & Messina
  • We Were Wrong
  • Split on Board of Regents Is Detrimental to Western
  • Refugees Should Get In-State Rates
  • Bruce, Don. TGIF – a Case for the Super Cop
  • Jules Bergman to Speak on 21st Century
  • Bond, Beverly. Series to Present Chinese Feature Film
  • Sermon on the Hill – George ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 51, No. 7, Wku Student Affairs Sep 1975

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 51, No. 7, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Adams, Anne. Two Kidney Transplants Change Life of Downing University Center Grill Cook – Harry Murrell
  • Budde, Neil. Regents Likely to Discuss Tenure and Evaluation
  • Harris, Roger. Associated Student Government Concert Draws 4,300 Loses $7,000
  • Harris, Roger. Freshman Vote Light
  • Skees, Janet. Few Students Use Last Complaint Level
  • Inter-Hall Council Discusses Visitation Policy
  • Wethington, Jay. Band Overpowers Duo – Loggins & Messina
  • 3 Persons Are Arrested at Concert
  • Caudill, Tom. Regents Shouldn’t Be Administrators, Too
  • Ombudsman - Two-Cycle Signal Is Confusing
  • Maxwell, Orvell. Entertainment
  • Wildman, Judy. Chinese Artists to Present Aspects of Opera Monday
  • Cash, Terry. Off-Campus Jobs Range from Libraries to Parks
  • Bond, Beverly. Mime to Open University Center Board Series – Keith Berger
  • What’s Happening – Young Republicans, Gamma Sigma Sigma, Phi Alpha Theta, Maranatha Christian Fellowship, Alpha Phi Alpha, Social Work Club, Eta Sigma Gamma, Volleyball Club, Public Relations Student Society of America, Phi Mu
  • Collins, Don. Tops’ Offensive Line Readies Itself for Home Debut
  • Henderson, Ray. Dave Conrad Eats Words; Bill Smith Loses Cookies
  • Collins, Don. Paul Dietzel to Become Indiana University Athletic Director When Contract with League Expires
  • Halicks, Richard. Women Golfers to Open ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 51, No. 6, Wku Student Affairs Sep 1975

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 51, No. 6, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Halicks, Richard. Employment of Minorities on Western Faculty Lags
  • Mami, Alfina. Folklore Buffs Taste Nostalgia
  • Wethington, Jay. Loggins, Messina Billed Tomorrow
  • Freshman Primary Set Thursday
  • Agricultural Exposition Center Proposed for Farm
  • Herald Clarifies Its Policy Regarding Letters to Editor
  • Freshmen Should Consider CLEP
  • Levy, Marc. Criticizes Herald
  • Carnall, Lee. Disagrees with Greek
  • Seeger, Ronald. Cites Half-Truths
  • Ombudsman – Street Lights, Diddle Arena Concerts
  • Merrill, Bonnie. Bizarre Bazaar Depicts Arabian Nights
  • Reynolds, Jim. Thefts, Break-Ins Are Most Frequent Campus Crimes
  • Philip Windsor Speaks on Crisis in Britain ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 51, No. 5, Wku Student Affairs Sep 1975

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 51, No. 5, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Harris, Roger. Steve Henry Says Hours for Women May End
  • Reynolds, Jim. Registered Cars Exceed Campus Parking Spaces
  • Shirley, Janet. Western Lacks Parking for Handicapped
  • Reynolds, Jim. Time Warps, UFOs May Explain Bermuda Triangle
  • Commentator to Lecture on Britain and Europe – Philip Windsor
  • Ashcraft, Betsy. Consultants Tell State Vet School Not Feasible
  • Western Should Designate Parking for Handicapped
  • Bruce, Don. Photographers Don’t Get No Respect
  • Grove, Jim. Claims Misquote
  • Bowling, Anthony. Independent Reacts . . .
  • Held, Suzanne. . . . Asks Apology
  • Adams, Anne. Sorority Found Guilty of Rush ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 51, No. 4, Wku Student Affairs Sep 1975

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 51, No. 4, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Hohman, Pat. Going Greek Costs Vary Among Groups
  • Hoodoo Sea to Be Subject of Associated Student Government Lecture – Charles Berlitz, Bermuda Triangle
  • Mami, Alfina. Night Clerks Work Just to Stay Awake
  • Extending Reciprocal Tuition Would Benefit More Citizens
  • Smith, Bruce. Charles Keown Criticized
  • Schryber, John. Housing Policy Challenged
  • Merrill, Bonnie. Europe Offers Food for Thought
  • Skees, Janet. Proficiency Testing Is Under Evaluation
  • Shirley, Janet. Large Minority of Freshmen Find English Hard to Handle
  • Lecture Set for Monday
  • Skees, Janet. Extended Campus Program Receives Positive Reaction ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 51, No. 3, Wku Student Affairs Sep 1975

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 51, No. 3, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Ashcraft, Betsy. Couples Find Campus Housing Is Scarce
  • Harris, Robert. Charles Keown Reduces Concert Promotion, Cites Bad Influence of Outsiders
  • Food Prices Lower This Fall
  • More Housing Is Needed for WKU’s Married Students
  • Bruce, Don. Conquering the Western World with Wit and Wisdom
  • Ombudsman - Ins and Outs of University’s Check-Cashing Regulations Are Explained
  • Wethington, Jay. Few Students Request Access to Their Records
  • Sales Up on WKU Meal Plans
  • Cortus, Bill. Telephone Rates Go Up for Operator-Assisted Calls
  • Bike Ride to Raise Money for ...


Gospel Reaching Out Volume 3, Number 9, Department Of Library Special Collections Sep 1975

Gospel Reaching Out Volume 3, Number 9, Department Of Library Special Collections

Gospel Reaching Out

The Gospel Reaching Out newsletter was produced by the Hart County Gospel Music Association which was headquartered in Munfordville, Kentucky. The newsletter contained information and calendars related to “singings” and singing conventions in south central Kentucky, area singing groups, musical trends, and features about collectors, churches and enthusiasts as well as advertisements from sponsors. Library Special Collections does not own originals or copies of this title.


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 51, No. 2, Wku Student Affairs Aug 1975

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 51, No. 2, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Wethington, Jay. WKU Takes Steps on Title IX Law
  • Reynolds, Jim. Sale of Parking Stickers Is Nearing 1974 Total
  • Mami, Alfina. Mr. Bob . . . from College to Kindergarten and Back – Robert Otto
  • Art Faculty to Show Work at Gallery
  • What’s Happening – International Club, Sigma Delta Chi, Campus Christian Fellowship, Gamma Sigma Sigma, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Backpackers Club
  • Student Farmers Failed to Find Work
  • All Refrigerators Leased
  • No Herald Tuesday
  • Talisman Pictures to Start Tuesday
  • Linda Ronstadt to Headline ‘75 Homecoming Concert


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 51, No. 1, Wku Student Affairs Aug 1975

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 51, No. 1, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Shirley, Janet. Dorms Crowded; All Rooms Are Full
  • Harris, Roger. Campus Radio Station Makes Its Debut
  • Caudill, Tom & Neil Budde. Regents’ Decision on Tenure Questioned
  • Budde, Neil & Tom Caudill. Regent Anticipates Delay in Evaluation – Chalmer Embry
  • Cash, Terry. No Visitors . . . 70 Students Prefer No Open Houses
  • Skees, Janet. Freshmen Profile Shows Sexes Divided Equally
  • University Center Board Features Drama and Music
  • University Needs a System to Streamline Registration
  • Visitation Survey Is Revealing
  • Downing, Dero. President Downing Welcomes Freshmen, Other Students
  • Shirley, Janet. Building Projects Continue – Environmental Science & Technology Building, Music Hall, Potter Hall
  • H. Bemis Lawrence Dies
  • Wildman, Judy. Steve House the Guy Who Pulls It Off - Registrar
  • Harris, Roger. Personnel Changes Approved by Regents
  • Leake, Betsy. Academic Council Gives Okay to Grading Change
  • Degree Programs Established
  • Clark, Gene. Computer Controls Energy Use
  • Glen Lange to Leave WKU for State Post
  • Enrollment Rises in Summer School
  • Ashcraft, Betsy. Western to Participate in Area Carpooling Project
  • Mami, Alfina. Summer Orientation Termed Matter of Fact
  • Drop Procedure Explained
  • Discrimination Suit Dismissed – Flonnie Strunk
  • Ashcraft, Betshy. Hilltopper Draws Varied Responses
  • Leake, Betsy. Regents Pass Increase in Associated Student Government Entertainment Budget
  • Grant Given for Media Aids
  • What’s Happening – Sigma Delta Chi
  • Bond, Beverly. Book Spans Spectrum of Deathlore – Lynwood Montell
  • Ashcraft, Betsy. James Wesolowski Will Take Sabbatical in Egypt
  • Registration It’s the Only Way to Get Enrolled
  • Huffman, Clyde. Freshmen Adjusting to College Football
  • Rogers, Ricky. Injuries Mar Workout as 57th Football Squad Prepares for Campaign
  • Halicks, Richard. Title IX: Western Making Strides Toward Athletic Equality
  • Collins, Don. Jimmy Feix Quickly Quiets Mark Bradley Rumors
  • Collins, Don. Virgil Livers, John Bushong Hurdle to Professional Ranks
  • Sports in Brief: Sam Drummer Signs; Ralph Stout Named
  • Collins, Don. Paul. Dietzel Applies Useful Hints in Improving League Image
  • NCAA Cuts Contain Little Effect for Western, Ohio Valley Conference
  • Huffman, Clyde. Tops Cop All-Sports Title
  • Faculty Competes in Tennis, Golf Tests


Harrison County - Bicentennial Edition, Cynthiana Democrat Aug 1975

Harrison County - Bicentennial Edition, Cynthiana Democrat

County Histories of Kentucky

Bicentennial Edition of Cynthiana Democrat about the history of Harrison County Kentucky published on August 21 1975.


Ua12/2/1 Freshman Orientation, Wku Student Affairs Aug 1975

Ua12/2/1 Freshman Orientation, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

Special edition of the College Heights Herald for incoming freshmen.

  • CLEP Tests Can Cut Class Loads
  • Leake, Betsy. Office Represents the Interests of Students – Student Affairs
  • Mami, Alfina. Campus Libraries Increase Resources
  • Adams, Anne. Off-Campus Activities Are Varied
  • Bond, Beverly. University Is Sponsoring Fine Arts Festival
  • Community College Expands Programs and Curriculum
  • Bond, Beverly. Honors Program Develops Ideas
  • Skees, Janet. Most Organizations Are Open to Freshmen
  • Post Office Located in Garrett Center
  • Mami, Alfina. Numerous Services Are Found at Downing University Center
  • Meal Plans Reduce Costs
  • Refrigerators Still Available
  • Schmitt, Morton. Escape! Four Easy Ways to Leave Campus Boredom Behind ...


Gospel Reaching Out Volume 3, Number 8, Department Of Library Special Collections Aug 1975

Gospel Reaching Out Volume 3, Number 8, Department Of Library Special Collections

Gospel Reaching Out

The Gospel Reaching Out newsletter was produced by the Hart County Gospel Music Association which was headquartered in Munfordville, Kentucky. The newsletter contained information and calendars related to “singings” and singing conventions in south central Kentucky, area singing groups, musical trends, and features about collectors, churches and enthusiasts as well as advertisements from sponsors. Library Special Collections does not own originals or copies of this title.


The Cedar Grove Community In Oral Folk History, Ada Parker Aug 1975

The Cedar Grove Community In Oral Folk History, Ada Parker

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

The thesis was originally done for the Center for Intercultural & Folk Studies which no longer exists.


Traces Volume 3, Number 2, Kentucky Library Research Collections Jul 1975

Traces Volume 3, Number 2, Kentucky Library Research Collections

Traces, the Southern Central Kentucky, Barren County Genealogical Newsletter

Traces, the South Central Kentucky Genealogical Society's quarterly newsletter, was first published in 1973. The Society changed its name in 2016 to the Barren County Historical Society. The publication features compiled genealogies, articles on local history, single-family studies and unpublished source materials related to this area.


Gospel Reaching Out Volume 3, Number 7, Department Of Library Special Collections Jul 1975

Gospel Reaching Out Volume 3, Number 7, Department Of Library Special Collections

Gospel Reaching Out

The Gospel Reaching Out newsletter was produced by the Hart County Gospel Music Association which was headquartered in Munfordville, Kentucky. The newsletter contained information and calendars related to “singings” and singing conventions in south central Kentucky, area singing groups, musical trends, and features about collectors, churches and enthusiasts as well as advertisements from sponsors. Library Special Collections does not own originals or copies of this title.


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 56, Wku Student Affairs Jun 1975

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 56, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Sherbs, Vicky, et al. Ecology: Students Dig Work in Conservation – Youth Conservation Corps
  • Kerrick, Sara. 1,200 Students Avoid Registration Hassle
  • Mouse Trap Getting Set
  • Olton, Audrey. Frog Prince to Open Summer Children’s Theater
  • Taylor, Susan. Shakertown Drama to Offer Authentic Reflection of History
  • John Palmore Will Address August Commencement
  • Holton, Lisa. Music Students Attend Camps
  • Whelan, Debbie. Students Participate in Car Pool Project
  • Carr, Steve. No-Fault Insurance Law Becomes Effective July 1
  • McCaleb, Cindy. Professors Reveal Secrets of Award-Winning Success – Donald Rowe, Julius ...


Gospel Reaching Out Volume 3, Number 6, Department Of Library Special Collections Jun 1975

Gospel Reaching Out Volume 3, Number 6, Department Of Library Special Collections

Gospel Reaching Out

The Gospel Reaching Out newsletter was produced by the Hart County Gospel Music Association which was headquartered in Munfordville, Kentucky. The newsletter contained information and calendars related to “singings” and singing conventions in south central Kentucky, area singing groups, musical trends, and features about collectors, churches and enthusiasts as well as advertisements from sponsors. Library Special Collections does not own originals or copies of this title.


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 55, Wku Student Affairs May 1975

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 55, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Johnston, Scott. 1925-1975: After 50 Years, More to Come
  • Reynolds, Jim. 1966-75: A Tumultuous Decade Still Includes Progress
  • Edwards, Bruce. The Herald Today
  • Herald Takes Top Prizes from Rating Agencies
  • Ayers, Elaine. The Good Ol’ Days Don’t Last Forever
  • Smith, Verenda. Boss – David Whitaker
  • Smith, Verenda. Mr. A – Bob Adams
  • Herald Adviser Enjoys Himself While Helping Staffers Makes Good
  • Sayre, Robyn. From Roaches to Riches: Photographers Build a Tradition
  • Harris, Roger. Attitudes Change at WKU and Elsewhere
  • Two Herald Cartoonists Reach the Big Time ...


Gospel Reaching Out Volume 3, Number 5, Department Of Library Special Collections May 1975

Gospel Reaching Out Volume 3, Number 5, Department Of Library Special Collections

Gospel Reaching Out

The Gospel Reaching Out newsletter was produced by the Hart County Gospel Music Association which was headquartered in Munfordville, Kentucky. The newsletter contained information and calendars related to “singings” and singing conventions in south central Kentucky, area singing groups, musical trends, and features about collectors, churches and enthusiasts as well as advertisements from sponsors. Library Special Collections does not own originals or copies of this title.


A Statistical & Cartographic Analysis Of The Size-Distribution Of Retail Grocery Stores In Bowling Green, Kentucky, Luke Hall May 1975

A Statistical & Cartographic Analysis Of The Size-Distribution Of Retail Grocery Stores In Bowling Green, Kentucky, Luke Hall

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

The purpose of this study was to investigate the spatial distribution of retail grocery stores in Bowling Green, Kentucky using the formal element of store size as a controlling theme. This purpose was behaviorally accomplished through a cartographic analysis of the city wide arrangement and a statistical analysis measuring the degree and intensity of selected variables. A survey of pertinent literature was undertaken to discover locational trends and to uncover sixteen specific variables suggested to provide association with grocery store distribution. One general and six specific hypotheses were presented! all were rejected. The cartographic displays did, however, yield promising similarities ...


The Concept Of Tension In New England Puritanism, Edgar Porter May 1975

The Concept Of Tension In New England Puritanism, Edgar Porter

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

The New England Puritans who settled in Massachusetts in 1629 were the product of the Reformation as experienced in England. They struggled with Catholicism and Anglicanism for many years before deciding to move to New England. Moving as non-separating Congregationalists (not separating from the Anglican Church, yet rejecting episcopacy), they left the tensions of being Puritans, or radical Protestants, behind them only to find more tensions in their new holy state. When they settled New England they hoped to build a state that answered to God's call for the development of a new Israel. The saints were to interpret ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 54, Wku Student Affairs Apr 1975

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 54, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Leake, Betsy. Concert Committee May Have No Power
  • John Dean Will Speak Tonight at 8
  • Caudill, Tom. Regents Okay Record Budget, Academic Proposals
  • Steen, Janet. Gen. Russell Dougherty to Speak at May 10 Commencement
  • Strehl, Mary. Year in Review: Progress Was Like a Tortoise
  • Should Residents Pay More for Air-Conditioned Dorms?
  • McMahon, William. Seeks Academic Growth
  • Beliles, Mark & Tom Cooper. Stand Up Christians
  • Food Survey Completed
  • Gibbons, David. WKU Grad Finds Going Rough – Billy Howell
  • Bond, Beverly. WKU Orchestra to Give Final Concert
  • Tomorrow is ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 53, Wku Student Affairs Apr 1975

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 53, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Harris, Roger. Radio Station Expected to Start Operation in August
  • Wethington, Jay. Threat of Communist Victory Terrifies Tran My Le
  • McNally, Karen. War Orphan Adopts New Kentucky Home – Ut Hobbes
  • Lamkins, Mike. Veterans Think Further Aid to Vietnam is a Waste
  • Orphan, Father Want to Return to Saigon Someday
  • Grocery Delay is Justifiable
  • Ombudsman – Energy Cutbacks
  • McCubbin, John. Claims Misquote
  • Edwards, Terry. Asks Trunk Return
  • Vos, Arvin. On Rats and Shrews
  • Pease, Edward. Wants Faculty Senate
  • Regents to Consider Budget Plan
  • Leake, Betsy. Hank Miles ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 52, Wku Student Affairs Apr 1975

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 52, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • McCamish, Jelaine. Plans Put on Hold for Campus Grocery
  • Budde, Neil. Rick Kelley Seeks Committee on Activities
  • Matteson, Teri. Yes, Religion is Alive and Well on Westerns Campus
  • Matteson, Teri. Students Honored at Awards Fete
  • Health Careers Day Scheduled
  • Steen, Janet. Nursing Students Help as They Learn
  • Too Many Have Bled and Died for Vietnam
  • Henry, Steve. Participation
  • Humpert, Jon. Questions Administration
  • Lang, Dave. Seek Support for Inter-Hall Council
  • Juett, Patricia. Red River Gorge Walk Planned
  • Smith, Robert. Professors are Using Rats to Study Protestant ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 51, Wku Student Affairs Apr 1975

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 51, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • McCamish, Jelaine. More Students Entering College Have Poor Basic Skills
  • May Term Registration Starts Monday
  • Charton, Dallas. Increasing Number of Young are Problem Drinkers
  • Top Three Positions of the Herald are Announced
  • Committees Should Approve Four-Year Nursing Quickly
  • Wetzel, George, et al. Favor Visitation Change
  • Baxter, Roy & Woozey Bennet. Seeks Help for Don Darnell
  • Parrish, Bettie. The Sickle Cell Test
  • Taylor, Tom. Thanks Blood Donors
  • Charton, Dallas. Against Stamp Misuse
  • Bond, Beverly. Romeo and Juliet Reflects Top Quality Performance
  • What’s Happening – Gamma Sigma Sigma ...


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

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

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Leake, Betsy. Associated Student Government Abandons Plans for Final Concert This Semester
  • Day, Mary. Phi Mu, Alpha Kappa Psi Win Top Honors in Greek Week
  • Adams, Anne. Nursing Gets Approval to Plan 4-Year Program
  • Chances for Vet School at Western Get Snagged
  • Prof Wins Award – Robert Martin
  • Kentucky Collegiate Veterans Association Elect Officers
  • Steve Henry’s Entertainment Plan is Inadequate
  • Ombudsman – Dormitory Visitation Policy
  • Tolopka, Stephen. Favors Evaluation Change
  • Daugherty, Sharon. Canteen, Sand Needed
  • Watkins, Allan. Favors Nude Models
  • Vogt, Christy. Encourages Involvement
  • Segda, Janet ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 49, Wku Student Affairs Apr 1975

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 49, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Adams, Anne. Summer Job Hunters to Face Tight Market
  • Leake, Betsy. Steve Henry Will Give Activities Priority in Associated Student Government
  • Steen, Janet. Ogden College of Science & Engineering Gets Boost with Purchase of Computer System
  • Associated Student Government to Name Top Member
  • Bloodmobile Here
  • Greeks Continue to Dominate Political Scene on Campus
  • Students Need Survey Results
  • Harris, Roger. Ombudsman – Inter-Hall Council Survey
  • Sympson, Paul. On Nudity and Art
  • Beatty, Roger. Dulcimer Discussion
  • Gruner, Susan. Wants Coin Changers
  • Shirley, Janet. Law School: Only One of 10 Applicants is Admitted
  • Talent Show Set for Tonight
  • Charton, Dallas. Two Professors Disagree on Tax Rebate Legislation – Kenneth Cann, Robert Pulsinelli
  • Herald Rated First in 3-State Region
  • Bond, Beverly. Romeo to be Staged
  • Day, Mary. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Wins College Bowl; Banquet to Climax Week
  • What’s Happening – Gamma Sigma Sigma, Baptist Student Union, Alpha Delta Sigma, Graduate Student Association
  • Rogers, Ricky. Track Team Heads to Knoxville While . . .
  • Collins, Don. Baseballers to Battle Austin Peay State University
  • Huffman, Clyde. . . . Netters Travel East
  • Collins Don. Nick Denes’ Induction into Hall of Fame Fitting, but Ted Hornback’s Absence Isn’t ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 48, Wku Student Affairs Apr 1975

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 48, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Leake, Betsy. Polls Remain Open as Campaigns End
  • Wethington, Jay. John Dean Postpones Lecture Here Until April 29
  • Caudill, Tom. Jeff Consolo Says Associated Student Government Needs More Student Involvement
  • Faculty Wives Club Name Richard Walker Outstanding Senior
  • Sigma Nu and Alpha Xi Delta Win Track Meet
  • Music Teacher is Conductor – James Godfrey
  • Taylor, Ken. Students Evaluate Teachers, Classes
  • Required Library Course Useful; Freshman Orientation Unnecessary
  • Harris, Roger. Ombudsman: Publishing Firm’s Politics Draw Complaints
  • Stewart, Tony. Critical of Tom Blair
  • Whitman, Connie. Likes Steve ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 47, Wku Student Affairs Apr 1975

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 50, No. 47, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Leake, Betsy. Polls Open Monday to Elect Associated Student Government Officers
  • Matteson, Teri. The Tornado: Scars Remain as a Constant Reminder of April 3, 1974
  • Coffey, Bob. Getting into the Swim of It
  • Bruce, Don Fill in Blanks for Letter to the Editor
  • Payne, David. Supports Steve Henry
  • Cross, Al. Favors Tom Blair
  • Harmon, Frank. Likes Steve Henry
  • McCubbin, Mary. Endorses John Butchko
  • Day, Mary. for Nancy Wilk
  • Butchko, John. Butchko: No Hassles
  • Litchfield, Gerry & Jefferson Hartzog. Against John Dean Speech
  • Adams, Anne. Activities Candidates Rick Kelley, Marc Levy Say Entertainment is the Issue
  • Reynolds, Jim. Administrative Vice President Candidates Disagree on Need for Class Officers – John Butchko, Christy Vogt
  • What’s Happening – Alpha Kappa Psi, Future Farmers of America, Gamma Sigma Sigma, Backpackers Club, Eta Sigma Gamma, Alpha Xi Delta, Alpha Phi Omega, Alpha Delta Pi, Young Democrats, Fencing
  • Part-Time Athletic Discount is Approved
  • Volunteer Bureau Made Part of Associated Student Government
  • Progress Made in Academic Council
  • Bookstore Prices Cut by Associated Student Government Move
  • Parking Board Gets Associated Student Government Input
  • Entertainment had Diversity This Year
  • Faculty Evaluation: Some Gains Made Diversity This Year
  • Jeff Consolo Notes Progress in His Term
  • Johnson, Rickie. Treasurer Johnson Asks Yes Vote on Amendment
  • Resolution Boxscore
  • News in Brief – Enrollment, Robert Hoffman, Talisman
  • Bond, Beverly. Milwaukee Orchestra, Western Dancers to Perform
  • Bishop, Priscilla. Students Plan to Study Abroad This Summer
  • Collins, Don. Ted Hornback’s Net Team to Entertain Ohio Valley Conference Contenders
  • Harris, Roger & Richard Payton. Track Will Crowded as Men, Women Test Foes
  • Rogers, Ricky. Toppers Carry 1-9 Mark to Murray - Baseball
  • Mike Odemns in All-Star Game; Paul Dietzel to Head Ohio Valley Conference?
  • Softball Games Finally ...


A Piece Of Epic Action: The Trial Of Aaron Burr, Suzanne B. Geissler Apr 1975

A Piece Of Epic Action: The Trial Of Aaron Burr, Suzanne B. Geissler

The Courier

The trial of the former vice-president Aaron Burr for treason established such usable precedents, bringing to the fore the now-familiar issues of "pre-trial publicity," "leaks to the press," and "executive privilege."

The trial was, nonetheless, a "piece of epic action," inspiring some of the most colorful courtroom histrionics ever seen in America. Masters of the rhetorical flourish, such as William Wirt and Luther Martin, played to packed houses throughout the six-month trial. Thanks to David Robertson, a Petersburg Virginia lawyer, who took down the entire proceeding in shorthand, a record of the trial was made available to the public. It ...