Publication Date



Issue misnumbered Vol. 90, No. 27


WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news.

  • Mayo, Marcel. Departments Lose Funding to Judicial Council Ruling – Student Government Association
  • Student Government Association Chief Justice Resigns, Senator Not Censured – John Winstead, Kelsey Luttrell
  • Sproles, Katherine. Refugee Families Encounter Food Struggles – Reh Family
  • Sullivan, Tommy. Facilities Projects Near Completion – Construction
  • Benkato, Leanora. Kentucky Legislature to Vote on Prohibiting Palcohol in 2016
  • Profumo, Morgan. Create Healthy Habits to Do Your Best on Finals Week
  • King, Jennifer. Editorial Cartoon Big Red as Santa
  • ‘Tis the Season: The College Heights Herald’s 2015 Christmas Presents
  • Critchelow, Andrew. The Seven Best Albums of the Year – Music Review
  • Garcia, Betina. Ranchero – Marcos Espinoza
  • Critchelow, Andrew. Nutty Behavior: Local Peanut Butter Business Spreads – Tara Blanzy, Brennan Elsas
  • Moore, Brittiny. WKU’s Therapy Dog Promotes a CanDoo Attitude – Military Student Services
  • Austin, Emma. Alumnae Reminisce Time On the Hill, 87 Years of Friendship – Betty Ward, Dorothy Hanes
  • Bruce, Shelby. Malt Beverage Spikes Attention at National Level – Four Loko, Alcohol
  • Stewart, Matthew. Hilltoppers With Opportunity Against No. 12 Xavier – Basketball
  • Heichelbech, Evan. Lady Topper Basketball to Host Austin Peay State University Saturday – Basketball
  • Stewart, Matthew. WKU Faces First Round of NCAA Tournament – Volleyball
  • Reecer, John. Justin Johnson’s Last-Second 3 Pointer Leads Toppers Past Eastern Kentucky University – Basketball
  • Rutledge, Billy. Hilltoppers Prepare Chance at History – Football
  • Rutledge, Bill. Jeff Brohm, C-USA Usher In New Era of Hilltopper Football


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