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

  • Cash, Terry & Richard Ribar. Surveys Show Students Favor Liberalized Visitation
  • Minton, Don. Special Olympic Athletes’ Specialty Lies in Their Attitude
  • James Taylor to Play in Free Concert Friday
  • Schneider Hall Renovation Delayed
  • Halicks, Richard. United Black Greeks Get Recognition
  • Truman Capote Lecture Set Tomorrow
  • Basic Educational Opportunity Grant Program is Funded
  • Commendation Wasn’t Oversight
  • Randle, Lela. Bicentennial Commemorates 200 Years of Black Struggle
  • Obranowicz, Charlie. Thanks Volunteers
  • Henry, Steve. Associated Student Government Overly Criticized
  • Levy, Marc. Questions Training
  • Coffin, Donald. Comment – Phil Ochs’ Death
  • Marion, Chris. Energetic Coed Finds Explorers Exciting, Exhausting – Sherrelyn Presson
  • Lyons, Cindy. More Students Are Enrolling in Grad College
  • Wildman, Judy & Teresa Mears. Artistic Variety Marks Semester’s End
  • Wildman, Judy. Dance Revue to Feature Students’ Choreography
  • Zephyrus Now Available
  • Mears, Teresa. 2 Operas Will Open Thursday
  • Wildman, Judy. Actors to Interpret 5 Dr. Seuss Stories
  • Minton, Don. Graduate Student to Study Bengali at University of Chicago – Tony Stewart
  • May Term Registration to Run Through Monday
  • Court Record
  • Commencement Speaker Announced – Larry Shelton
  • What’s Happening – Public Relations Student Society of America, Graduate Student Association, Gamma Sigma Sigma, Veterans on Campus, Student Data Processing Organization, Bridge Club, Swim Club, Forensics Council, Jazz Band
  • Mami, Alfina. Christy Vogt Wants to Lead, not Dominate
  • Pet Parade Planned for Thursday
  • Grant Funding is Increasing
  • Filing Continues for Associated Student Government Panel
  • Awards Banquet Set for Tonight
  • Associated Student Government to Sponsor 2 Teacher Forums
  • WKU to Host Karst Seminar
  • Stinnett, Roger. Netters Enter Stretch with Kentucky Wesleyan Win
  • Stinnett, Roger. Jerry Bean’s Troops Place Third in Ohio Valley Conference Quadrangular
  • Huffman, Clyde. Ted Hornback’s Winning Career is About to End
  • Women Linksters Finish 17th
  • Grove, Jim. Anita Jones Leads Women to Third in State
  • Baseballers Lose Two More, Play Today
  • University of Tennessee-Chattanooga Hands Women Only Loss – Tennis


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