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WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. Articles in this issue:

  • Johnston, Scott & Elaine Ayers. ‘Not by Bread Alone’ Can Be an Expensive Philosophy, Survey Shows
  • Kroeger, Mark. Low Response Still Plagues BEOG Plan
  • McCoy, Morris. Seals, Crofts open Spring Entertainment
  • Cross, Al. Power Rate Increase Is Contested by City
  • Applications for College Heights Herald Due Monday
  • Two WKU Profs Named to Transit Study Panel – James Davis & Joe Bush
  • Afro-American Club Formed; Several Activities Are Planned
  • Students Defer Judgment on College Heights Herald Questionnaire
  • Yater, Steven. Football Team Commended
  • Stith, Albert. Mandatory Housing Unfair
  • White, Kay. Objects to Dorm Closing – Schneider Hall
  • Griesch, Jim. Many Students Are Dubious about Energy Crisis
  • Smith, Verenda. Cracked Pots: Cooking in Men’s Dorms photo essay
  • Theologian Scheduled – Carl Henry
  • Clayworth, Carl. More Polls in Spring Election?
  • Publications Office Gets Journalism Travel Grant
  • Ayers, Elaine. Getting What You Pay for Depends on Knowing What to Shop for
  • Married Students Can Get Commodities
  • IRS Offers Tax Form Help
  • McCoy, Morris. London Presents Grim Face to Western Theatre Study Group
  • WKU receives $4,750 Grant for Science
  • Journey to Eastern, Morehead Crucial for Richards’ Tops
  • Rogers, Richard. Tankers host Tough Drury
  • Collins, Don. Women Cagers Debut Tomorrow
  • Two More Recruits Sign with Western – Fred Kixmiller, Jimmy Mathis
  • Rifle Squad Travels to University of Tennessee-Martin
  • Football Team Honored
  • Peckenpaugh, Leo. 94 Football Rule Changes Okayed
  • Applewhite, Scott. Friends of Fair Weather photo essay


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