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

  • Students Arrested in Motel Theft Case
  • Spring! Open & Shut Cases for Break and After
  • Emberton, Gail. Tutorial Service Helps the ‘Academically Lost’ Excel
  • Johnston, Scott. Good Things Come in Threes for Concert-goers
  • 16 Students File for Associated Student Government Posts
  • Current Events Course Will Begin after Break
  • TVA Won’t Lower Power Rates
  • Two Dormitories Will Get First Floor Renovations – Bemis Lawrence Hall, Barnes-Campbell Hall
  • Photo Art Stolen from Exhibit
  • Spring Break Eases Woes; Fall Break Would Do Same
  • Travel Could Become Less Risky as Speed Limits Drop Nationwide
  • Wicklander, Dale. Abortion No Solution
  • Panchyshyn, Robert. Abortion Hitleresque
  • Wesolowski, James. No Reason for Abortion
  • Crew, Kermit. Asks for Photos Back
  • Tech Aqua: an Outdoor Classroom
  • Kidd, Vernon. Cliff-hanging Class Rocks at the River photo essay
  • Reynolds, James. Debaters’ Record Improves
  • Philosophy Prof to Speak – Nicholas Wolterstoff
  • Student Repeats in Opryland Spot – Steve Ison
  • Rumans, Pam. ‘Brand Nude’ Trend Comes to WKU – Streaking
  • Speaker Wins Top Honors – Gregory McKinney
  • Filing for Associated Student Government Offices Underway; Qualifications Listed
  • Peckenpaugh, Leo. Western ‘Decides’ Ohio Valley Conference Champ with 85-75 Win Over Raiders
  • Lawrence, Fred. Five Trackmen Set to Compete in NCAA Meet
  • Rogers, Richard. Rick Yeloushan Lead Tops to Second in KISC
  • Collins, Don. Jayvees Thump Raiders, Complete Season at 13-3
  • Collins, Don. Women Win One, Lose Two, Place Fourth in Kentucky
  • Ray Bowerman Carries off the Hardware
  • Gymnasts Down Eastern Kentucky University, University of Kentucky
  • Cross, Al. ‘Midnight Cowboy’ Dropped Due to Rating Question
  • Vincent Price to Lecture Thursday


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