Publication Date

1-11-1996

Abstract

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news.

Regular features include:

  • Just a Second
  • Campus Line
  • For the Record / Crime Reports
  • People Poll
  • Sports
  • Diversions
  • Movie Reviews
  • Classifieds

Articles in this issue:

  • Hutchins, Chris. Charge It: Credit Card Bills Don’t Go Away
  • Hall, Jason. Deborah Wilkins Withdraws Conflict Question
  • Goetz, Kristina. Debate Begins Over Right to Carry Concealed Weapons
  • Stamper, John. Students Find Work at YMCA Rewarding
  • Silence Over System Sounds Suspicious
  • Stinson, Glen. Stephen Lega Wrong About Federal Shutdown
  • West, Philip. Unity Begins with Color Blindness
  • Hamilton, Chris. Cover Shows Where Society Has Been
  • Scott, Mike. Hillary Clinton Shoots Self in the Foot
  • Hutchins, Chris. Holiday: A Time for Reflection
  • Wright, Jennifer. Violations Not Always Ticketed – Parking
  • Hall, Jason. Alumna Turns Down Job Offer – Chandra Patterson
  • Lenz, Rebecca. Mild Winter Forecast for Bowling Green
  • Simmons, Darryn. Students Help Teens Prepare for College
  • Lucas, Fred. Computers Offer Students Hands-on Math Classes
  • Simmons, Darryn. Martin Luther King’s Dream Still Alive
  • Root, Tonya. Rush Turnout Lower Than Usual
  • LaBelle, Charboneé. Accounting Teachers Add Up
  • Alfred Cook Hearing Set for Next Week
  • Hal, Jason. Biology Using Technology
  • Goetz, Kristina. Arson Cause of Fatal Hotel Fire
  • LaBelle, Charboneé. Required Reading: Professors Teaching from Own Textbooks
  • Lucas, Fred. Students Give Topline Good Grades
  • 96 Things to Do in 1996
  • Quarles, Mitchell. ‘Exhale,’ Whitney Houston Won’t Leave Viewers Breathless
  • LaBelle, Charboneé. Warm Up with Robert DeNiro in ‘Heat’
  • Kelly, Kevin. ‘Captain Comeback’ Helps Western, Colts – Jim Harbaugh

Disciplines

Communication | Higher Education Administration | Journalism Studies | Mass Communication | Public Relations and Advertising | Social History | Sociology | Sports Studies | United States History