The Sunflower, v.79, no.86 (July 1, 1975)

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The Sunflower, v.79 no. 86. Wichita, Kansas, July 1, 1975. - 12 pages

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Article(s): Orientation '75 - More than saying 'hello' / Barbara Kraus -- WSU - a campus in motion -- Intracultural understanding gained / Sheri Bergen -- Veteran's corner -- Student faces no loan discrimination / LaRue Rains -- ‘No vacancy’ sign hangs on dorms -- Women’s escort service available -- DARE aids adjustment of freshmen to college -- MTA to offer free bus rides first two weeks of fall semester -- Welcome, from the president / Clark D. Ahlberg -- Frosh speak out, transfers too -- McKnight marks new era in WSU art -- Free University: Learning with no strings attached -- Student Health provides thrifty service -- Project TOGETHER designed to assist iow-income students -- KMUW goes 24 hours -- Intramural sports provide low-key competition -- Lab aids student’s reading problems
Photograph(s): Morrison Hall, the administrative center of WSU, is sure to become a Wichita landmark. p. 2 -- Dr. Clark D. Ahlberg. -- p. 7 -- The Ulrich Museum of Art has tallied 35,523 visitors through its galleries since its opening in December of this year. It is the east wing of Wichita State University's new McKnight Art Center. / photo by Brian Corn. p. 7 -- Wichita State offers wide variety of recreational activities / photos by Brian Corn. p. 10