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

  • Callboard
  • Classifieds
  • Commentary
  • Editorial Cartoon
  • For the Record - arrests
  • Letter to the Editor
  • On the Western Front
  • Sports

This issue contains articles:

  • Heath, Mark & Mary Lyons. Western Defines Hazing Policy
  • Smith, Erica. Selective Admissions Necessary
  • Hines, Perry. Chewers Slowly Losing Country Hick Image
  • Lyons, Mary. Five Robbinses Make School a Family Affair
  • High School Press Day May Attract 500 Students
  • Smith, Erica. Birth Control May be an Abortion Solution
  • Group for Education Has the Right idea
  • Dalton, David. Sports Coverage Criticized
  • Rape Trial Postponed
  • Banahan, Ellen. Associated Student Government Votes to Increase Campaign Spending Limit
  • CBS News Head to Speak Tonight – William Leonard
  • 317 Pledge Sororities and Fraternities
  • Tennis Finals Tuesday Night
  • Biology Professor Presents Paper – Joe Winstead
  • Most Dorms Want Extra Open House
  • Wilson, Tammie. Workshop Will Focus on Area’s History
  • Wilson, Tammie. Waiver Loss Makes Work for Recruiters
  • Norton, Wilma. University Food Prices are Competitive
  • Phonothon Goal Set at $75,000
  • U.S. Offers Free Pamphlets
  • Enrollment Totals In
  • McIntosh, Teresa. Tinker Toy: Vandals Keep Teacher Improving Sculpture – Charles Forrester
  • Dias, Monica. Sex, Death Highlight Western Drama Season
  • Francke, Kevin. Theaters Surviving Competition
  • Radio Station Receives Grant
  • Wright, Sharon. New Solar Screens Should Save Energy
  • Group Will Guide Potential Students – Spirit Masters
  • Grace, Lee. Peay Coach Sings Blues Despite 2-0 Record – Emory Hale
  • Grace, Lee. Professor Says Tennis a Year-Round Thing – Henry Baughman
  • Wallyball is New Campus Activity


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