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

  • Cold Front Postpones Springtime
  • Jessie, Lisa. More Free Rides Come from Smaller Budget
  • Murphy, Nancy. Handiwork Reveals Depth of Shakers’ Religious Faith
  • Eagleston, Leigh. Man Hunts for Lost Son at Western – James Staton
  • Lamothe, Paul. Bugs’ Brains May Explain Human Clock – Blaine Ferrell
  • Pack, Todd. J. Anthony Page Plans to Stay, Despite University of Louisville Ruling – Regents
  • Jury Dismisses Abduction Case for Lack of Evidence – Robert Winebarger, Carla Webb
  • Birthplace Move Not Smart on Western’s Part – Robert Penn Warren
  • Editorial Cartoon – Robert Penn Warren Birthplace
  • Humphreys, Mack. Put Nicotine Craving on Ice Extinguish a Friend’s Habit
  • Miller, Scott. Keep James McNary on Team
  • Roberts, Paul. Better Referees Needed
  • Boland, Liam. Keep Western Clean
  • Chattin, John. College Writers Celebrate Their Works with Readings
  • Fullen, Rebecca. Students Learn Basic Horse Sense
  • Ed Kenny Wants Associated Student Government Elections Reopened
  • Lamothe, Paul. Mr. C’s to Feature Coffee, Music; Opens Tomorrow
  • Jessie, Lisa. New Genetics Major Could Result in Square Tomatoes
  • Jessie, Lisa. Free Rides Tie Scholars and Athletes – Clemette Haskins, John Rattliff
  • Tops Develop as Keith Paskett Leads in Murray Meet – Track & Field
  • Medley, Joe. Kurk Lee Says Role, Lack of Action Keys in Transfer – Basketball
  • Woehler, Eric. Toppers Drop Three Sun Belt Games by Four Runs - Baseball
  • Source Says Murray Arnold No Longer Considers Toledo
  • Tops Finish Third at Eastern Kentucky University as Blemenherst Takes 4th Golf
  • Men Go 2-1 for Weekend Women Win First of Year - Tennis


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