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

  • Ashcraft, Betsy & Don Minton. Students Pull Cards to Ease Registration
  • Minority Group is No Minority – Native Americans
  • Kuhl, Greg. Professor Studies White House Communications – Carl Kell
  • Kuhl, Greg. Probation: Academic Committee Rules on Appeals
  • Forced Housing is Poor Way of Eliminating Housing Deficit
  • Saunders, Gene. Suggests Visitation Survey
  • Denk, Bill. Wants Liberal Visitation
  • Armstrong, Don. Appreciates Trumpeter – Jeffrey Jansky
  • Wolfe, Bill. K-K-K-Kentucky: a Southern State That’s Really C-C-C-Cold
  • Meteorologist Predicts Cold Through Friday – Willard Cockrill
  • What’s Happening – Club News
  • Ribar, Richard. Universities to Sponsor European Study Programs
  • Students Get Wage Increase
  • Recycling Plan Continues
  • $27,000 Collected from Traffic Fines
  • Sidewalk to Replace Blocks
  • History Professor Receives Fulbright – James Baker
  • Professor Writes Book About Civil War General – Marion Lucas
  • Last Day to Claim L’esprit Material
  • Health Program Passes
  • Social Work Conference Set
  • McCaleb, Cindy. Bid Reviewed for Renovation of Kentucky Building
  • Auditions Planned for Babysitter
  • Two Concerts are Possible This Semester
  • Delta Tau Delta Occupy Building Vacated by Sigma Alpha Epsilon Move
  • Greek Open Rush Begins
  • Student Receives National Award – Paul Stamp
  • Cold Wave Generates Number of Problems
  • Off-Campus Registration Late
  • Cars to be Towed
  • Fund Aids Art Resource Study
  • White, Don. Freshmen, Bryant Make Turnabout as Tops Win
  • Bill Scillian Quits
  • Armstrong, Bryan. Swimmers Top Louisville
  • Tops Run Well at First Meet
  • Stinnett, Roger. Alums Gives Everyone a Chance to Cheer
  • Grove, Jim. Women Whip Northern, Morehead


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