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

  • Thomas, Steve. Western Means Big Bucks to Local Economy
  • Edelen, Mark. Vice President Seeks New Image for Academics – Robert Haynes
  • Walden, Mark. Book Explores Lure of Televangelism – Mass Media Christianity
  • Humphreys, Mack. Grant Helps Co-Operative Education Center
  • Administrative Position Eliminated
  • Accounting Teacher Named Finance Director of Council of Higher Education – Jerry Rust
  • While You Were Out – Robert Haynes, Caves, Joe Milichap, Donald Zacharias, Joseph Glaser, Drunk Driving, James Highland
  • Stone, Tom. Judgment Questioned in Airing News Report about Donald Zacharias
  • Stone, Tom. Arson Trial Acquits Student – John Leffert
  • Emery, Matt. Cash without Permits to Be Towed
  • Computer Loans Available to Faculty
  • Edelen, Mark. Time is Running Out for CLEP-Exam Credit
  • Steltemeier, Cindy. Out-of-State Tuition Three Times Higher
  • Corridor to Open in November – I-65
  • Brown, Jill. Gordon Liddy-Timothy Leary Debate Tops University Center Board Line-Up This Year
  • Malmer, Victoria. Freshmen 15: Avoiding Waist Expansion
  • Struck, Angela. Song and Dance Attract Pledges
  • Meehan, Mary. 2 Fraternities Leave, National Charter Axed – Pi Kappa Phi, Phi Beta Sigma,
  • Meehan, Mary. Greek Moratorium Lifted, University Plans at Standstill
  • Exchange Program Offered
  • Five Buildings Slated for Asbestos Removal
  • Emery, Matt. Explosive Chemicals Underground Could Threaten Western Campus
  • Swift, Kim. Grant Allows Study of Gifted Students – Psychology
  • Hall, Jim. Sabbaticals Give Leave to Faculty
  • Givan, Steve. Football Steps into New Era
  • Paul, Steve. Intramurals Give Students a Sporting Chance
  • Gott, Doug. Clem Haskins Decides to Remain at Western
  • Dezern, Craig. Roomie Relations Take Patience, Veteran Says
  • Baker, Kathleen. Diploma not Needed for New Jobs
  • Swift, Kim. Dirty Laundry Creates Smelly Chore
  • Letteney, Corrinne. 3 Locations for Lost Items
  • Walden, Mark. Local Churches Offer Services for Students
  • Malmer, Victoria. Student Aid Still Available; Loans Should Be on Time
  • Stone, Tom. 24 Businesses on Discount Card
  • Associated Student Government Sets Filing Dates
  • Swift, Kim. Hints for Dorm Plants Help Greenies
  • Sherwood, Linda. Western Helps with Healthy Body and Mind
  • Library Isn’t Only Place to Study
  • Struck, Angela. New Runners Track Down Weekend Action
  • Bruck, Robert. Fitness Facilities Available to Help Keep Students Trim
  • Honors Offer a Challenge
  • Carden, Vickie. Four Restaurants Enter Crowded Scene
  • Struck, Angela. Distance Creates Romantic Strains
  • Thomley, Mike. Dance Theater Will Kick Off 12th Arts Festival
  • Letteney, Corrinne. Humanities Class Series Offers Unity, Challenge
  • Bookstore Goes Beyond Its Name
  • Moore, Grace. Checks Cashed at Two Campus Locations
  • Carlton, Chad. Local Radio Stations Change Their Tunes – WKYU-FM, WKRX-AM
  • Post Office at Garrett Serves Students


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