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WKU Campus Newspaper Reporting Campus, Athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky News. This issue contains articles:

  • Todd, Tom. Campus-Wide Voting Continues Until 4 P.M.
  • Caligula Slated for Friday Night
  • Speakers to Invade Campus – Kentucky Intercollegiate Forensic Conference
  • Black Studies Program Set March 23-25
  • Senior Recital Scheduled Tonight – Cheryl Pierson
  • Blood, Sweat & Tears Signs Associated Students Contract
  • Dr. Floyd Cunningham Donates Material
  • Trojan Women Set for March 25-28
  • Music Faculty Slates Recital Thursday Night
  • Guild Slates Twin Feature
  • Conrad, Peggy. St. Patrick’s Legacy - - Luck ‘O the Irish
  • Confab to Study Social Deviance
  • Speakers Invade
  • Legislature Needs Annual Sessions
  • Seniors Deserve Day of Leisure
  • Dider, Pete. Drop Back and Punt – Chet Huntley
  • Myers, Phil. Says Ad Misleading – Western Towers
  • Report Denies Draft-Caused Education Shortage
  • Sutherland, David. The Library: A Place for All Reasons
  • Henry Jackson Gains All-American Status with Second Place in NCAA Meet
  • Basketball Appreciation Fete Scheduled March 23
  • Judo Members to Teach Classes
  • Coed Netters Start Practice Sessions
  • David Darling to Travel with Music Group
  • Noted Geologist to Speak – Phillip LaMoreaux
  • Sociology Club to Meet Tomorrow
  • Sigma Phi Epsilon Begin House Addition
  • Regents Grant 13 Sabbaticals
  • Morris, Richard. Faculty Plans Varied Activities
  • Hardin Planetarium to Feature Historical Contributions
  • Floyd Carter Receives Research Grant
  • Phi Mu Installs New Officers
  • Gemini 15 Tapes Show for KET Network
  • Freshman Scores in Essay Contest – Michael Branstetter
  • Summer Housing Plans, Form Fees Announced
  • Little Sisters Elect Officers – Alpha Tau Omega
  • Tryouts Scheduled for Productions


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