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

  • Koniak, Joe. Raid on 4 Local Bars Leaves Officials Questioning Ruling
  • Pack, Todd. Pi Kappa Alpha Use Bedside Manner to Tuck Away a Few Bucks
  • Turner, Todd. Western Leads State Universities Enrollment Increase
  • Schlagenhauf, Ann. Soviet Official Discusses Summit, Afghanistan – Pavel Pavlov
  • Jessie, Lisa. Officials Hang Out at Sneakers – University of Wisconsin
  • Scholarships are More than Handouts of Money
  • Barry, Julia. Editorial Cartoon – Scholarships
  • Rezone Grise Lot but Keep Your Asphalt Off the Grass
  • Schabel, Christine. Drawn through Mud
  • Bhatt, Vishwesh. Homeless Holidays – International Students
  • Cattin, John High Phone Usage Causes Call Delays
  • Madrigal Feast to Recreate Medieval-Style Holiday
  • Student Treated Released after Being Hit by Car – Elizabeth Brooks
  • Eagleston, Leigh. University Center Board Uses Creativity to Plug Holes in Budget
  • Chattin, John. Career Day Puts Minorities a Step Ahead
  • Ex-Hostage Will Speak on Terrorism – Barry Rosen
  • Univresity Center Board Picks Chairmen
  • Interhall Council Proposes 24-Hour Copiers
  • Police Investigating Graffiti in Stairwells of Pearce-Ford Tower
  • Gott, Doug. Tops Ready to Take a Bite Out of Big Apple – Basketball
  • Inside Strength Keys 96-90 Win Over TCU Team
  • Hoppes, Lynn. Despite Large Lead, Western Loses Finale to Chattanooga – Football
  • Medley, Joe. Western’s Fans’ Spirit at Notre Dame Tops Irish Rooters
  • Gott, Doug. Western Beats Luck of Irish 80-63 – Basketball
  • Hoppes, Lynn. Stiff Competition Ahead in Tourney
  • Eagleston, Leigh. Recruiting Program Expands


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