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

  • Lawrence, Fred. Ex-Professor Sues Western – Flonnie Strunk
  • Smith, Verenda. Variety Spices Bill Russell’s Lecture
  • Greeks May Be Exempt from Discrimination Law
  • Gibson, Debbie. Townlift Moving Toward Reality
  • London Theater Trip Postponed to May
  • Associated Student Government Schedules Kiss, Initiates Concert Hour
  • Junior is Awarded Conservation Prize – Letha Tomes
  • Students Need Three More Academic Council Seats
  • Armstrong, Don. The Arts on Campus
  • Munro, Ross. Urges Questioning
  • Heltsley, Ginger & Terri Pendleton. Seek Parking Change
  • Collins, Brian, et al. Students Criticize Garrett Center Meal Plan, Ask for an End to Long Lines and Lousy Food
  • Ombudsman – Girls Gripe about Kitchens; Reader Looks for WATS Line
  • Food Festival Set Saturday
  • Run-To-Victory to End at Murray
  • Sketchbook
  • Harris, Debbie. Center Theater’s Attendance Records Fall
  • Pocket Billiards Exhibition Today – Palmer Byrd
  • Black Choir Will Sing at Seminar – Amazing Tones of Joy
  • What’s Happening – Eta Sigma Gamma, Alpha Phi Omega, Gamma Sigma Sigma, Graduate Student Union, Backpackers Club, Jaycees, Chess Club, Veterans on Campus, Psi Chi, Sigma Xi
  • Strehl, Mary. Departments Move Toward Fred. Keller’s Personalized Instruction
  • Osborne, Wayne. Veterans Assistance is Available
  • McCubbin, Mary. Music Group Selected for USO Tour – Gemini ‘75
  • Assignment: Student Teach in Guatemala
  • Smith, Verenda. Western Carolina Crushes Toppers Playoff Dreams
  • Smith, Verenda. Gene Rhodes Thinks Trades Made Colonels Better
  • Collins, Don. Jim Richards Believes Cagers Improved
  • Payton, Richard. Lambda Chi, Sigma Nu to Try Again
  • Runners Point to NCAA
  • NCAA Completes Playoff Field


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