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

  • Caudill, Tom. New Law Will Open Records to Students
  • McCubbin, Mary. Departments Charged with Improving Advisement
  • Cross, Al & Jim Reynolds. Talks Break Off in Coal Strike
  • Air Force Secretary to Speak Tonight – John McLucas
  • Inspection Law Has Merit, but It Needs Clarification
  • Long, Patrick. Students Deserve More Seats on the Academic Council
  • Tucker, Daniel. Orientation Victim
  • Arnholter, David & Kathy Campbell. Theatre Coverage Praised
  • Ombudsman – Alcohol, Parking
  • Cherry Hall Open House Slated for Founders Day
  • Johnson, Debbie. Fellowship Deadline is Nearing
  • History Confab Set This Weekend
  • Wethington, Jay. America Enslaved by Sound System
  • Tewell, Terry. Shirley Verrett to Perform Tonight Intaglios on Display
  • Second Seminar Will Begin Today – Higher Education Research
  • Different Planetarium Show on Tap
  • Madison, Stephanie. Folklore Growth a Daily Thing – Kenneth Clarke
  • What’s Happening – Student National Education Association, Eta Sigma Gamma, Student Data Processing, Campus Crusade for Christ, Collegiate Civitan, Jaycees, Lacrosse Club, Delta Omicron, Chi Omega
  • Smith, Verenda. Sunshine, Balloons Entertain Fans . . . While Toppers Beat Middle Tennessee State
  • Harris, Roger. No Four-Way Tie, but Runners Take NCAA District III
  • Turkey Shoot Scheduled
  • Smith, Verenda. Dennis Tomek Hasn’t Given Up Hope Y


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