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WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. Articles in this issue:

  • Carlton, Chad. 512 Fewer Enrolled This Year
  • Hutcherson, Jackie. Group Petitions Against Soviets in Afghanistan – College Republicans
  • Hoppes, Lynn. Ex-Nazi, Jew Recount Hitler and Holocaust – Alfons Heck, Helen Waterford
  • Parson, Kim. Field of 18 Narrowed in Freshman Primary Election
  • Opinion: College Republicans Fail to Do Homework
  • Knapp, Kevin. College Republicans Editorial Cartoon
  • Search Committee’s Silence Reminiscent of Last Selection
  • Reagan, Stanley. Paul Cook for President
  • Eagleston, Leigh Ann. Campus Observatory May Be Finished by Next Fall
  • Carlton, Chad. Regents to Discuss Budget Request Saturday
  • Humphreys, Mack. Feelings on Evaluations Polled – Merit Pay
  • International Festival Planned Today
  • Villanueva, Bob. Flights of Fantasy: Games Provide Escape from Reality
  • Cravens, Jayne. Choir Receives Invitation to Carnegie Hall
  • Couch, Scott. Cures for Teacher Stress Found
  • Parson, Kim. Associated Student Government Brings Up Grade Bill for Fifth Time in Two Years
  • Harris, Carla. North Star, Graduate Andy Stahl Seen in Civil War Series
  • Sullivan, Sheila. Speaker Gives Tests for Recognizing Mature Love – Henry Oursler
  • Gott, Doug. Tops Look to Pop Colonels at Richmond – Football
  • Givan, Steve. Rivalry Still Alive and Kicking – Basketball
  • Spikers Fall to Tennessee Tech, Tourney Next – Volleyball
  • Schureck, George. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Slips by Kappa Sigma 19-13 – Intramurals
  • Western Loses Title in Sudden Death – Golf
  • Jessie, Lisa. University of Louisville Tourney Next for Tops –Tennis


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