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

  • Galloway, Amy. Regents’ Reappointments Unsure
  • Winnecke, Joycelyn. Peal House
  • Judd, Alan. Chicken Stands Tall in Life & Death
  • Galloway, Amy. James Davis Plans to Revamp Academic Affairs Office
  • Beshear, Tom. Paul Cook Says Budget Positive
  • Dorm Census Forms Due April 18
  • 3 Programs Accredited – College of Education
  • Midnight Movies Could be Successful
  • Gibbons, Roland. Editorial Cartoon – Midnight Movie
  • Judd, Alan. Writer Picks Ronald Reagan, Cubs to Win in 1980
  • Verner, Jo. Errors in Story Cited – Special Olympics
  • Hebert, Mark. Support REO Speedwagon Concert
  • Associated Student Government Candidates Certified
  • Choral Concert Set Tonight
  • Search Committee Supports Regis O’Connor
  • Novelist to Speak Here Tomorrow – Sylvia Wilkenson
  • Wood, Michele. Chairman Selection May Change – University Center Board
  • Jimmy Carter to Terminate Iranian Visas
  • Galloway, Amy & Tim Fish. Deer Hunter Highlights Theater’s April Selection
  • Mild Winter Helps Lower Heating Bill
  • Heath, Mark. Western Risks 17-Game Win Streak Tomorrow – Baseball
  • George, Tommy. Ohio Valley Conference Champs Defeat Tops – Tennis
  • Stewart, Kevin. Gene Keady Being Considered for Purdue University Job
  • Graduation Still Possible


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