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

  • Miller, Roger. Students Give Okay to New Associated Students Constitution
  • Russell, Steven & Reginald Glass. Academic Council Votes to Accept Thesis Options
  • New Herald Staff Announced at Banquet
  • Russell, Steven. A Ghost Story: Blithe Spirit Haunts Family – Randall & Daisy Lytle
  • Miller, Roger. Pat Long: Activism is Associated Student Government
  • Objectivity, Fairness: Goals of New Staff – College Heights Herald
  • Herald Welcomes Letters
  • Recruiters Offer Students Good Deal: Don’t Knock Them
  • Vance Renee & Marie Crawford. Blames Poor Cooperation
  • Jackson, Jim. Urges, Become Intern
  • Dillingham, James. Says Body Not Dirty – The Fly
  • Legislative Interns Learn at the Source
  • Student Killed in Store Robbery – Monty Coyle
  • Wedding, George. Kentucky Museum Donations Add Touch of Toyland
  • Ayers, Elaine. Schmilsson Fouls Out: Bread Scores a Direct Hit – Harry Nilsson
  • Miller, Roger. Evening with Brecht Lacked Continuity
  • Readers Production is Cast
  • Gray, David. Microwave Ovens Apparently Gone for Good
  • Pershing Rifles to Sponsor Easter Egg Hunt for Children
  • Davis, Nancy. Advisement Sessions Slated
  • Potter, Jerry. Tops Split Doubleheaders with Tennessee Tech
  • First Football Fan Day Inaugurated Tomorrow
  • Lawrence, Fred. Western Track Squad Shines in Intrameet
  • Bird, John. Frisbee Throwing Contest Plans, Rules Announced
  • Witt, Travis. Tennis Teams Romps for 5th Win
  • Leftovers: A Bit of Everything – Raymond Gibson, Lennie & Joelle, Exhibitions, Edward Michael, Easter services, Miss Western, Music Festival, Cheerleaders, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Xi
  • Sophomores Named Talisman Editors
  • Coed Wins Honors in Forensic Meet – Karolle Travis


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