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

  • Meehan, Mary. Mind Evolution, Not Drugs, Topic of Timothy Leary Talk
  • Jones, Paige. Fraternities May Follow Others in Dry Rush
  • Carlton, Chad. Martha Layne Collins Drops Tax Plan; Education Left Hanging
  • Malmer, Victoria. Delta Tau Delta Open House Ignored
  • Steltemeier, Cindy. WKYU-FM to Air Programs with Disc
  • United Black Students Announces Seminar Speakers
  • Campaign Competition Vital in Associated Student Government Election
  • Rose, Barry. Writer’s Poison Pen Continues Despite Rose-colored Glasses
  • Bloss, Lou. Editorial Cartoon – Rain
  • Nesbit, Doug. Thanks Sorority – Gamma Sigma Sigma
  • LaRue, Pam & Hanne Karay. Program Delightful – Agriculture
  • Kelso, Angela & Marilyn White. Headline Sexist
  • Black Scholastic Achievers. Commends College Heights Herald
  • Edelen, Mark. Pre-registration Fee to be Added
  • Department Head Quits Journalism Post Early – David Whitaker
  • Bruck, Robert & Jonathan Newton. Another Mule Plays Its Own Rhythm ‘n’ Blues
  • Miles, Amy. Some Theater Students Get Job Offers While Others Wait
  • Edelen, Mark. Associated Student Government Passes Proposal Requiring Resident Notification of Write-up
  • Givan, Steve. Super Kami Thomas, Toppers Fly High – Basketball
  • Gott, Doug. Western to Face South Alabama – Baseball
  • Givan, Steve. Fire Destroys Home of Western Runners
  • Mathis, Mark. Jim Richards Could be Clem Haskins’ Assistant
  • Thomas, Steve. Lady Tops Prepare for First Meet – Track & Field
  • Jim Richards Getting Used to Underdog Role – Golf
  • Koontz, Steve. Toppers Play Trevecca College Here Today – Tennis
  • Lady Netters to Play at University of Tennessee-Martin – Tennis


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