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

  • Green, Monica. Schneider Hall May Open as Coed Form Next Fall
  • Carlton, Chad. Kern Alexander Tells Legislators Western’s Biggest Needs
  • White, Douglas. Western Prepared to Fight to Keep Sheriffs’ Academy
  • Eagleston, Leigh. Tim Todd, Greg Elder to Battle Again in Race for Associated Student Government President
  • Pack, Todd. Center Bids Get First Panel Review
  • President Approves $90,000 for Hang Out
  • Sprinkler Flood Causes Damage – College High Hall
  • Klausnitzer, Dorren. Dick Gregory Says Love, Respect Would End Discrimination
  • Extended Campus Classes Moved – WKU Owensboro
  • Help Make the Difference Apply for Associated Student Government by Tomorrow
  • So You Want to be a Candidate
  • Tops Represent School Well, Still Give Fans Excitement
  • Bhatt, Vishwesh. Don’t Kill Birds
  • Craddock, Basil. Pits Reached Fast
  • Gaddis, Chris. Tourney Worth Time
  • Feix, Jimmy. Support Appreciated
  • Marsh, Penny. Move Not Uplifting – Robert Penn Warren
  • Groemling, Lynn & Adrian Smoot – Recognize Others
  • Schlagenhauf, Ann. Foreign Teachers Learn About U.S. at Western
  • Hall Presidents Get More Duties from Intherall Council Bill
  • Eagleston, Leigh. Martin Luther King Bill Passes Congress Members Split by Argument
  • Goheen, Mike. Laundrey with a Head on It – Suds Are Us
  • Binkley, John. Scrupulous Students Find New Game Tons of Fun
  • Symposium on War Films to Be Monday
  • Library Now Has Tower Commission Report
  • Medley, Joe. Western’s Strategy Slows Clock, Not Syracuse
  • Woehler, Eric. Clemette Haskins Sees Final Moments of Career from Bench
  • Medley, Joe. Drug Test Becomes Two-Hour Affair for Toppers
  • Thorne, Eric. Western Comes Up Short at Midwest, Finishes Fourth – Swimming
  • Mecit Koydemir Named Hilltopper Most Valuable Player – Soccer
  • Second Round 73 Gives Lea Alvey Share of Medalist Honors – Golf
  • Schaaf, Gary. Tops Look for Boost from Ajay Deo – Tennis
  • Victor Ngubeni Gets Fourth Place in NCAA Race – Track & Field


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