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

  • Carlton, Chad. 5 Finalists Named; Visits Begin: Faculty, Students Meet Two
  • Carlton, Chad. Regents Want Perfect Person – Presidential Search
  • Hutcherson, Jackie. Glasgow Extension Office Opens – WKU Glasgow
  • Humphreys, Mack. Foreign Programs Expanding
  • Carlton, Chad. Twenty-Five Years at Western Means Experience – Paul Cook
  • Open House Ends
  • Party Planned – Iroc & Roll
  • Concert Tonight – WKU Concert Band
  • Opinion: Token Candidate Meetings Flaw Search – Presidential Search
  • Knapp, Kevin. Editorial Cartoon – Presidential Search
  • Dillard, Gary. Meetings Insulting – Presidential Search
  • Weigel, Richard. Board of Regents Needs Input
  • Small Business Workshop Begins Wednesday
  • Turner, Todd. University Still Working on Plans to Start Sorority Row
  • Eagleston, Leigh Ann. Post Office Opens Without Hitch
  • Physics Olympics to be Thursday
  • Edelen, Mark. Candidate Makes Final Cut for Second Time – Kern Alexander
  • Malmer, Victoria P. Move to Larger School Would Be Step Up - Thomas Bond
  • Thomas, Steve. Being an Outsider Could Be Advantage - Edward Jakubauskas
  • Humphreys, Mack. Fight for More Funding Seen as Priority - Raphael Nystrand
  • Hoppes, Lynn. Choosing a Major Can Take a Very Long Time
  • Brake, Jo. University Daycare Assists Student Parents
  • College Heights Herald Name Editors
  • Brake, Jo. Orienteering Club Available
  • Photographers Honored in Atlanta
  • Gott, Doug. Tops Handle Auburn for Wendy’s Crown – Basketball
  • Lawrence, Lucretia. Western Scuffles to Win Against Lady Raiders – Basketball
  • Hoppes, Lynn. Bill Powell’s Tankers Beat Aces, Vanderbilt – Swimming
  • Medley, Joe. Men Win at Middle Tennessee State University; Women Place Third – Track & Field
  • Gott, Doug. Big Mac: James McNary Leads Tops with 24 - Basketball


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