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

  • Judd, Alan. Associated Student Government Elections Today; 4 Offices Uncontested
  • Young, Monte. New Law Won’t Affect Hub
  • Fredbrick, Elise. Notable Symphony Conductor Flows with Music – Leon Gregorian
  • Judd, Alan. Students to Grade Teachers
  • Bowling Green Sophomore Killed in One Car Accident – Douglas Bryant
  • Faculty Senate Should Evaluate Evaluation
  • Malone, Roger. Columnist Learns the Ropes, From the Top Down
  • Kinne, Kevin. Clarifies Associated Student Government Handout
  • Owens, Curtis. Calls Martin Luther King Jr. Courageous
  • Johnson, Gary. Favor Ed Johnson for Associated Student Government
  • Judd, Alan. Non-Resident Tuition Increase Likely Next Fall, Official Says
  • Hunter Thompson to Speak Tonight
  • Carpenter, Steve. Aprilfest to be Celebrate Spring
  • Malone, Roger. Cadets Spend Fatiguing Weekend – ROTC
  • Norton, Carol. French Class Does an Encore
  • No Date Set to Air Condition
  • McCord, Tom. Two One-Acts Open Tonight
  • Music Fraternity Schedules Concert – Phi Mu Alpha
  • Whitaker, David. Ohio Valley Conference Favorites to Clash in Quad Meet
  • Taylor, Beth. Born to Run . . . Marion Wingo, Richard Hopkins Do It Differently
  • Armstrong, Bryan. Ray Rose Hopes Home Courts Help – Tennis
  • Kuckens, Craig. Tops to Run in Invitational at Murray – Track & Field
  • White, Don. Toppers Stretch Streak to 8 – Baseball
  • Riflers Last Match at Middle Tennessee State University
  • Golfers’ Tourney at Ohio State
  • Taylor, Beth. Central Shuts Out Gilbert Hobbits in Pillo Polo
  • Ed Johnson Wants Stronger Voices for Students
  • Steve Thornton Says His Experience Important Factors


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