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WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. This issue contains articles:

  • Neumayer, Rick. Social Issues Dominate Dialogue
  • Atkinson, Marthalee. Caretaker Continues Run with Weekend Performances
  • 21 Local Merchants Sign with Discount Program
  • Wilkerson, Larry. Construction Projects to be Completed Soon – Pearce-Ford Tower, Parking Structure, Maintenance Services Building, Tate Page Hall, Downing University Center, Cravens Graduate Center & Library, Service & Supply Building
  • Newman Schedules Movie for Monday
  • Linda Mooney Wins American Association of University Women Speech Meet
  • Allan Trout Schedules Visit to Kentucky Building
  • Scholarship Fund Receives Donation
  • Symposium Shows Changing Times
  • Associated Student Government; Merchants Reach Discount Cooperation
  • Rice, Lee & Diane Rice. Looking for Leaders
  • Glass, Reginald. Entertainment Slanted?
  • Vaillancourt, Nora. Damns Delinquents
  • Wrona, Mike. Ponders War Price
  • Wilkerson, Larry, Mike Harris & Charles Williams. Whitney Young Calls for Open Society
  • Educational TV Reviews First of Heritage Shows
  • Wilkerson, Larry. Black Students React: Young Tells It Like It Is (Almost)
  • Women’s Liberation Front Group to Meet Monday
  • Sorority Rush Set for February 16
  • Bennett, Ellen. Professionals Advise Collegiate Journalists – Kentucky Intercollegiate Press Association
  • Senior Recitals Scheduled
  • Christmas Break Hours Announced for Libraries
  • Display Features Christmas Cards
  • Lyne, John. Caretaker Entrances Theater Buffs
  • Ugly Man on Campus Contest Raises $820
  • Herald Regrets Printing Error
  • Top Blitz Butler for Fourth Straight
  • WKU Seeks Rankings with Upcoming Games
  • Chuck Witt Pours in 29 as Freshmen Roll, 90-85
  • Patterson, Tom. Gridders Lawrence Brame, Johnny Vance Nearly Bypassed in Judging by Fools
  • Blacketer, Jerry. Jerome Perry Cites Team Play in Hilltoppers Early Success
  • Kentucky Association of Health, Physical Education & Recreation Taps Four from WKU
  • Delta Tau Delta Seeks Pigskin Title after Sweeping Swim Meet Competition
  • Architects Cite Smith Stadium
  • Choir to Present Messiah Sunday
  • Student Member Joins Athletic Committee – Doug Alexander
  • Miss Sandra Boston Elected Kentucky Music Teachers Association President


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