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

  • Turner, Todd. Sniffles and Sneezes Stall Campus Life
  • Edelen, Mark. Asylum to Return with a New Look
  • Fullen, Rebecca. Romeos Who are too Tight with Cash End Up Watching Television
  • Jessie, Lisa. Associated Student Government Approves $12,100 Budget
  • Associated Student Government Plans to Reach Out by Phone to Hear Students’ Ideas, Needs
  • Eagleston, Leigh. Rare Genetics Program May Be Coming to Western – Biology
  • The Herald Entertains a Few Ideas for Fun . . . Student Dinner Theater
  • . . . Capitol Arts Discount
  • . . . Rocking Thunderbirds
  • Barry, Julia. Student Begging for Entertainment
  • Todd, Tim. Government for Students
  • Edelen, Mark. Brazil Is Really Different – Movie Review
  • Associated Student Government Retreat to Feature Kern Alexander
  • Duff, Jill. Rotation Diet Promises and Produces Results
  • Hutcherson, Jackie. Graffiti Garments: Students Change Fabric of Art
  • Koniak, Joe. Rhythm and Blues Sound of Thunderbirds Is Tuff Enuff
  • Klausnitzer, Dorren. Sociology Program to See Changes – Aaron Podolefsky
  • White, Douglas. Accounting Head Eyes Evaluation – Jack Hall
  • University Senate to Tackle Evaluations, Governance
  • Malmer, Victoria. Exercise Beds Promise Low Effort Muscle Tone
  • Pearce, Alida. Generalizations Generally Wrong: Majors Don’t Reveal How Students Act
  • Writing Center to Stay Open Longer
  • Kentucky Sheriff’s Association Academy Continues
  • Ex-Astronaut to Give Lecture – Charles Conrad
  • Firkins, Tracy. Teachers’ Offices Hold More than Books, Papers
  • Toppers Beat Aces, Prepare to Host Tourney – Volleyball
  • Medley, Joe. Joe Paterno, Barry Switzer . . . Dave Roberts? Yes, He’s in Their Class
  • Medley, Joe. Western Faces Challenge of Livingston Saturday – Football
  • Thorne, Eric. University of Louisville Match Has Emotional Meaning for Toppers – Soccer
  • Gott, Doug. Murray Arnold Considers Move from Pros to Western a Step Up


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