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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
  • SportThis issue contains articles:
  • Pillow, Robert. Allotments for Athletics Might End
  • Newton, Tommy. Dueling Knights
  • Wright, Sharon. Rental Fees for Patrol Cars Increase
  • Pillow, Robert. State May Save Money by Merging Colleges
  • Meredith, Cheryl. Strings Cut a Disgrace
  • Hodges, Judy. Health Fair Rewarding
  • Weigel, Diane. Sororities Thanked – Alpha Omicron Pi, Gamma Sigma Sigma
  • Papaioannou, Neophytos. Greece Democratic
  • Newton, Tommy. Volunteers Uphold Refugee English Program
  • Banahan, Ellen. Opponents Discuss Issues in Amendment Debate
  • Comer, Diane. Fund for Laid Off Faculty Beginning
  • Herald Wins Top Newspaper Award
  • Rose, Barry. Students May Pay for Arts Tickets
  • Martin Drops Late Shows, AMC Adds
  • Wilson, Tammie. Students Milk Class for All They Can Get – Dairy Farm
  • Student Wins Fraternity Award – Michael Staer, Phi Delta Theta
  • Hines, Perry. Size of Classes Increasing; Student-Teacher Ratio Up
  • Students Form Committee Against Rape
  • Helen Crisp, John Hardcastle Win Presidential Primary
  • Smith, Erica. Concert, Like Autumn, Leaves Audience Mellow – Hilltopper Harvest
  • Lyons, Mary. European Study Program Offers Travel Opportunities
  • Lunchtime Program Beginning – Kentucky Museum
  • Banahan, Ellen. Associated Student Government Considers Plan to Bar Freshmen Cars on Campus
  • Class Studies Downtown Business
  • Fewer Students Pay to See Football Games
  • George, Tommy. OVC Title, Playoff Bid on the Line
  • Buchanan, Todd. Freshman Finds You Can’t Walk On – Larry Wooldridge
  • Grace, Lee. Mean Machine, Minimum Wage AC Lead Intramural Poll


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