The Sunflower, v.71, no.67 (September 14, 1967)
The Sunflower: Official student newspaper, v.71 no.67. Wichita, Kansas, September 14, 1967. - 12 pages
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Article(s): Oregon's Sen. Hatfield scheduled to speak -- Sunflower welcomes -- From the President / Emory Lindquist -- Orientation Week welcomes new students -- University College welcomes Wichita State's new students -- University expands its campus, facilities, buildings / Marilyn Kmoffloch -- Back again -- It isn't cheap: Higher education cost soars -- Students' active involvement to emphasize needs, opinions -- Student government serves all students -- 'Story' behind seal uncovered: Fairmount graduate designs University seal -- Dr. Fahrbach gets honor -- WSU plans special events on weekends -- Various University organizations offer activities to WSU students -- G.E. gift to WSU broadens Audio-Visual Center goal -- Wichita State frats gain national scholastic honors -- Editor promises bigger, better 1968 Parnassus -- Shockers to open against Utah
Photograph(s): Dr. Emory Lindquist, Wichita State University President. p. 2 -- Let's see: Student assistant during registration sees that many classes are already closed. p. 2 -- Students take time our from studying for recreation. p. 5 -- College is photo essay. pp. 6-7 -- SGA in session: SGA President Bob Shields (upper left) conducts regular meeting. p. 8 -- Counting ballots: After one of the many Student Government elections, members of congress count ballots. p. 8 -- Winning display: Homecoming displays are sometimes very elaborate and detailed in their construction. This is the winning display in the fraternity division and also named overall winner. p. 9 -- Ban the foe: Greek pledges parade in nightshirts before a football game to boost the Shockers. p. 9