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

  • Koniak, Joe. Driving Under Influence Arrests on Campus on the Rise – Drunk Driving
  • Pack, Todd. Kappa Alpha, SOON Face Off in Bid to Buy House – Save Our Old Neighborhood
  • Turner, Todd. College Office Opens in Former Classroom – Bowling Green Community College
  • Goheen, Mike. Logo Loot: Mascots Big Business for Schools
  • 10 Men Attack Four Students
  • Hutcherson, Jackie. Mary Miller Runs Again for Faculty Regent
  • More Than 100 Vie for Council on Higher Education Job
  • Three Fires Set in Gordon Wilson Hall
  • Carlton, Chad. Five W’s and the H Keep Herald on the Write Track
  • Barry, Julia. Editorial Cartoon – Seatbelts
  • New Program Encourages City Drivers to Buckle Up
  • Morales, Raphael. Opposes Teaching Contest
  • Eagleston, Leigh. University Center Board’s Bash Is S-MASH Hit
  • Dr. Edward Pease, Music Teacher, Dies Monday after Suffering Stroke
  • Ray, Mike. 360 Employees Switch to HMO Insurance Plan – Health Maintenance Organization
  • Jones, LaMont. Owensboro Symphony Plays and Pleases
  • Army Field Band to Give Free Show at Farm’s Agriculture Exposition Center
  • Goheen, Mike. Arts Grads Are Triple Talented
  • Tresch, Nancy. Students Think Big to Decorate Dorm Room – Bryan Blair, Anthony Spires
  • Medley, Joe. Upset Special: Tops Maul Eastern Kentucky University, 24-10 – Football
  • Gott, Doug. Eastern Win Could Mean Sunnier Days for Western
  • Hoppes, Lynn. Tops Lose First; Tariku Bulto Still Wins – Track & Field
  • Thorne, Eric. Jacksonville Pins Tough Loss on Western – Soccer
  • Ray, Mike. Rugby Team Gets into Act with Victory over Eastern Kentucky University
  • Woehler, Eric. Eddie Carmichael Wins Tourney with Two-Under-Par 140 – Golf


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