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Ua12/2/1 Fall Fashion, Wku Student Affairs Sep 1988

Ua12/2/1 Fall Fashion, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

Special edition of the College Heights Herald regarding fashion:

  • Pack, Todd. Topper Wear
  • Hoppes, Lynn. A Long, Bold Winter
  • Duff, Jill. Classy Styles
  • Patrick, Kelli. Leather Weather
  • Carger, Darla. Just a Jewel in the Rough


Ua12/2/1 Deja (Pre)Vu Fall Fashion 1987, Wku Student Affairs Sep 1987

Ua12/2/1 Deja (Pre)Vu Fall Fashion 1987, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

Special fashion edition of the College Heights Herald

  • White, Douglas. Non-Fashion: No Style
  • Harris, Carla. Women’s Fashion: Buy and Buy
  • Woehler, Eric. Men’s Fashion: Big Time
  • Woehler, Eric. Fragrance: Swell Smell


Ua12/2/1 Window Shopping, Wku Student Affairs Mar 1987

Ua12/2/1 Window Shopping, Wku Student Affairs

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Special edition of the College Heights Herald regarding fashion.

  • Harris, Carla. Men Cotton to Big Styles
  • Goheen, Mike. Baggy Boxers Now Appealing to Women as Men String up Colorful Bikini Briefs
  • Albrecht, Dana. Femininity Returns with Full, Lacy Skirts
  • Jones, LaMont. Genuine Pleated Pants and Double-Breasted Sport Coats Are Dapper
  • Sullivan, Sheila. Stylish, Comfy Linens Are Hip as Denims Go Dressy
  • Fullen, Rebecca. Patterned Hose, Textured Bags & Bows Tie Up Trends
  • Hutcherson, Jackie. Two-Piece Sandals, Snakeskin Slip-Ons Fit Women; Men Catch on to Huaraches
  • Eagleston, Leigh. One-Piece Suits May Draw Bikini Fans (Especially Those with Something to Hide)
  • Duff, Jill. Students Prefer Cologne Sprays; Makeup Continues Peachy Trend


Ua68/13/4 Bowling Green, Vol. 7, No. 1, Kelly Thompson Chapter, Public Relations Student Society Of America Oct 1986

Ua68/13/4 Bowling Green, Vol. 7, No. 1, Kelly Thompson Chapter, Public Relations Student Society Of America

Student Organizations

Magazine produced by senior seminar class in public relations with the Kelly Thompson Chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America and students in the WKU Department of Journalism.

Regular features include:

  • Reflections
  • Business
  • Art
  • Community Service
  • Reminiscing
  • Curiosities
  • Entertainment

This issue includes articles:

  • Gray, Beth. Caring Comes Home - Hospice
  • Hornback, Todd. Alcoholics Anonymous: Finding a Better Way of Life
  • McCoy, Steve. Area Underground Shared by Few - Cave & Karst
  • McCormick, Rebecca. Architecture: History Lines the Streets
  • McCormick, Rebecca. Landmark: Preservation & More
  • Quinn, Paula. Madame Kennedy: Working with the Problem at Hand


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald - Magazine, Wku Student Affairs Mar 1986

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald - Magazine, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

Special magazine edition of the College Heights Herald.

  • Humphreys, Mack. Thrash! – Skateboarders
  • Meehan, Mary. Out of Bounds – Essay
  • Harris, Carla. South Africa: Points of View – Apartheid, Brett Kennard, Victor Ngubeni, Don Morton
  • Jessie, Lisa. Stretching Your Pay Check: Women’s – Fashion
  • Richards, Toya. Stretching Your Pay Check: Men’s – Fashion


Ua12/2/1 Magazine, Wku Student Affairs Mar 1984

Ua12/2/1 Magazine, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

Special edition of College Heights Herald featuring articles:

  • Meehan, Mary. Like, Wow – Fashion Trends
  • Carlton, Chad. A Man Around the House – Jody Richards


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald Spring Fashions, Wku Student Affairs Feb 1980

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald Spring Fashions, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

Special photojournalism issue regarding fashion.


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Fall Fashion, Wku Student Affairs Sep 1979

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Fall Fashion, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

Special edition of the College Heights Herald featuring fashion photojournalism.


Ua12/2/1 Spring Fashions '79, Wku Student Affairs Feb 1979

Ua12/2/1 Spring Fashions '79, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

College Heights Herald spring fashion issue. Articles included in issue:

  • Galloway, Amy. Small-town Thinking
  • Malone, Roger & Alan Judd. Clean, Classic Look Key to Men’s Spring Fashion
  • Spring Rainwear to be Collarless
  • Post, Audrey. Home-sewn Clothes Can Cost 75% Less than Store-bought Ones
  • Women’s Shorts, Loose Tops Popular . . .
  • . . . Variety of Styles Available for Tennis
  • Whitaker, David. If Something is In – Look Out
  • Roberts, Lisa. A Step Beyond – Casual Fashion Not Just Jeans
  • Footwear Steps Into Colorful Sandals, Shoes
  • Swimsuits More Revealing
  • Shipley, Margaret. Accessories Going Crazy
  • Beaty, Lisa. Dresses Becoming Softer, Trimmer
  • Sandman, Ellen. Hairstyles of the 1920s in ...


Ua12/2/1 Spring Fashions '78, Wku Student Affairs Feb 1978

Ua12/2/1 Spring Fashions '78, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

Special issue of the College Heights Herald regarding fashion.

  • Hancock, Catherine. Old and New in Softness for Fashionable Spring Look
  • Judd, Alan. Men’s Fashion Becoming Sportier
  • The Spring Fashion Scene for Guys and Gals.
  • Hancock, Catherine. Natural Fabrics Pose Washday Problems
  • Hancock, Catherine. Bridal Gowns Show New, Old Fashions
  • Makeup Goes Natural, Easy
  • Brady, Bridget. Wet Look is Style for Dryness
  • Wolfe, Bill. Casual Look: Popular Since Eve Let Fig Leaf Go Unironed
  • Kerrick, Sara. Extras Supply Proper Touch
  • Wright, Lynn. Flowing Curls Is New Wave
  • New Swimwear Suiting Many
  • Norton, Carol. Shoes: Strappy, Pastel Sandals Replace Clunky Platforms ...


Ua12/2/1 Spring Fashions, Wku Student Affairs Feb 1977

Ua12/2/1 Spring Fashions, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

Special edition of the College Heights Herald regarding fashion.

  • Kerrick, Sara. Hair Clips, Simple Chains Add Accent
  • Sanders, Linda. Old Jeans, Remnants Provide Materials for Creative Fashions
  • Ribar, Richard. Jeans, T-Shirts are Always In on the Hill
  • Owen, Karen. Diets: Students Try to Get Winter Bodies in Summer Clothes
  • Hepp, Jan. Eye-Catching, Comfortable Shoes Essential Part of Spring Wardrobe
  • Spring and Perfume are in the Air
  • Wildman, Judy. Gowns, Traditional or Contemporary, are Special Choices for Spring Brides
  • Old Shirts Passe; Stylish Sleep Water Includes Teddy
  • Sanders, Linda. Three-Piece Suit, “Create-A-Dress” Perfect for the Elegant Couple
  • Mears, Teresa. There’s ...


Ua12/2/1 Fall Fashions, Wku Student Affairs Sep 1976

Ua12/2/1 Fall Fashions, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

Fall Fashion issue of the College Heights Herald. This issue contains articles:

  • Halicks, Richard. Corduroy & Flannel can Bring Salvation to Impoverished Student
  • Budde, Neil. Vests Give Suits Flair
  • Eldridge, Pam. Classics Allow Comfort
  • Lee, Renee. Short Cuts Key to Minimal Care
  • Crumpler, David. Men’s Hair Length is Personal Choice
  • Sanders, Linda. Sewing it Yourself Saves Money
  • Fall Put-Ons – Photo Spread
  • Mami, Alfina. Suit Everyday Occasions with Proper Dress
  • Wildman, Judy. Sweater Fashions Vary Ensembles
  • Lee, Renee. Men, Women Favor Similar Coat Styles
  • Wildman, Judy. Accessories Fill the Gaps & Hold Outfit Together
  • Tougher, Mary. Makeup Keeps Tan Glowing
  • Kuhl, Greg ...


Ua12/2/1 Spring Fashions, Wku Student Affairs Feb 1976

Ua12/2/1 Spring Fashions, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

Special edition of the College Heights Herald regarding fashion.

  • Mami, Alfina. Dresses Turn to Softer, Natural Fabrics to Capture Romantic Mood This Spring
  • McConnell, Winnie. Skirts Accent Style, Femininity
  • Eldridge, Pam. Oriental Look Easternizes Western Styles
  • New Swim Suits to be One-piece
  • Hohman, Pat. European Cut Revives the Three-Piece Suit
  • Wildman, Judy. Brimmed Hats, Scarves Top Off All Spring Outfits
  • Ribar, Richard. Facial Hair Sprouts for a Variety of Reasons
  • Hohman, Pat. A Tattoo of Beauty-Is it a Joy Forever?
  • Ugly Duckling Fails in Swan Lake Debut


Ua12/2/1 Fall Fashions, Wku Student Affairs Sep 1975

Ua12/2/1 Fall Fashions, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

Special edition of the College Heights Herald regarding fashion.

  • O’Nan, Dennis. Layering It’s More Than Fashion; It’s an Art
  • Wildman, Judy. Eyewear Frames Are Larger, More Dynamic; Designer Creations Increase Fashion Appeal
  • McNally, Karen. Black Styles Are Unique with All-Together Look
  • Williams, Maribeth. Smart Shopping Reduces Costs
  • Cortus, Bill. Bicycle Fashions Go Mod
  • Adams, Anne. Boots and Flats Dominate Fall Styles
  • Hiesterman, Georgia. Simple Fall Patterns Reflect the Big Look
  • Campbell, Jack. Jeans Are All Washed Out
  • Merrill, Bonnie. Paris Is . . . Notre Dame, la Tour Eiffel, Champs-Elysees and a $40 Scarf
  • Mami, Alfina. Versatile Denim Has Free ...


Ua12/2/1 Spring Fashions, Wku Student Affairs Feb 1975

Ua12/2/1 Spring Fashions, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

Special edition of the College Heights Herald dedicated to fashion. Includes articles:

  • Madison, Stephanie. Spring Fashions Feature the Loose and Shapeless
  • Swanberg, Michael. Economy Affects Men’s Wear
  • Henderson, Ray & J.O. Brown. Last Year’s Men’s Styles Back for Another Season
  • Styles Vary in Casual Wear
  • Casual Outdoor Styles
  • McCamish, Jelaine. T-Shirts Set the Trend
  • Matteson, Teri. Toe Socks Get Attention with Open-Toed Shoes
  • McCamish, Jelaine. Slipper-Like Shoes Return
  • Davenport, Beverly. Spring Jewelry Promises Something for Everyone
  • Purse Styles Return to ‘40s
  • Davenport, Beverly. Versatile Scarves Brighten Outfits with Color Design
  • Madison, Stephanie. Hemlines Fall Dresses Ae Softer ...


Ua12/2/1 Fall Fashions '74, Wku Student Affairs Sep 1974

Ua12/2/1 Fall Fashions '74, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

Special supplement to the College Heights Herald about fashion trends. Articles included:

  • Madison, Stephanie. Softness Revolution Hits Fall Fashions
  • Strehl, Mary. Fall Focus is on Sweaters
  • Madison, Stephanie. Skirts for Fall Will Be Bigger, Fuller
  • Tewell, Terry. Personality Extension is In
  • Madison, Stephanie. Dress Style? Softer
  • Hair Style is Up to Individual
  • Harris, Debbie. Penny Loafers Making Comeback
  • Harris, Debbie. Grandma’s Knits Can Build Wardrobe
  • Pants Revamped for Fall