Publication Date

4-24-1997

Comments

Issue misnumbered

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
  • Classified

Articles in this issue:

  • Leonard, Kim & John Stamper. Student Fees May Rise $25 for Computers
  • Batcheldor, Matt. Keith Coffman Takes Charge – Student Government Association
  • Back, Shannon. Food Service Contract Still Undecided
  • Back, Shannon. Finance Committee Closes Meeting Door
  • Batcheldor, Matt. New Student Government Association President Maps Upcoming Term
  • Equality in Scholarships Vital
  • Back, Shannon. Family Ties More Important Than College
  • Craig, Ryan. Springtime Causes Fever-ish Ailments
  • Avery, Shiloh. Support Policy Change
  • Malek, Rick. Editorial Correct
  • Brim, Risa. Bill Clinton’s Plan Concerns Welfare Moms in School
  • Siria, Stephanie. Forensics Team Upset with Runner-up Spot
  • Lenz, Rebecca. Diverse Music, Styles Shown in Dance – Theatre & Dance
  • Back, Shannon. Robert Penn Warren Symposium Sunday
  • Davis, Rochelle. ValuJet Investigator to Speak Monday – Gregory Feith
  • Dorm Dedication – Zacharias Hall
  • Memorial Trees
  • Smith, Scheri. Escort Service Gets New Leader – Steve Marchand
  • Lynn, Kelley. Students Celebrate Earth With Music
  • Mains, Brian. Sets, Lines and Videotape
  • Ramsey, Sarah. Horror Flick Nothing to Scream About
  • Kelly, Kevin. Joel Murrie Awaits Game No. 1,000
  • Brewer, Jerry. Coach Joel Murrie Satisfied Just Being on the Field
  • Robinson, George. Western’s H-O-R-S-E Champ to Join Macy at Morehead – Darrin Horn
  • Sisco, Scott. Andrew Kolessine Hopes to Remain on the Hill
  • Stapelton, Russ. No Tops in NFL

Disciplines

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