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

  • Hutcherson, Jackie. Tight Races Expected in Election
  • Hoppes, Lynn. Woman Attacked Near Dorm
  • Pack, Todd. Attitudes in Pearce-Ford Tower Better, Director Says – Tom Young
  • Reagan, Stan. Mike Reno’s Welcomed by Mr. D’s Pizza Fans
  • Eagleston, Leigh Ann. Lambda Chi Alpha, Kappa Deltas Win Spring Sing
  • Pack, Todd. Minors Not Allowed in Dorm Rooms, Howard Bailey Says
  • Graduate Dies from Gunshot – John Gilliam
  • Jessie, Lisa. Potter College Graduate Assistants to Get Pay Increase
  • Klausnitzer, Dorren. Song-and-Dance Group Spreads Understanding – Up With People
  • Don’t Play Name Games at Polls
  • Barry, Julia. Editorial Cartoon – Uncle Sam
  • Small Bands Are Big Fun for Students
  • Thomas, Steve. The Final-Final, The Last College Milestone
  • Foster, Connie. Maxi-Load of Praise – Basketball
  • Blair, Bryan. Sun Belt is Problem – Football
  • Wilson, Martha A. Tim Todd is Ideal
  • Bush, Paul M. Sports Degree Ode
  • Eagleston, Leigh. Greek Games
  • Campus Police May Get Priority for Training
  • Cable in Dorms Still a Possibility
  • Donated Software Will Help in Classes – Sel-A-Vision
  • Malmer, Victoria. Circus Circuit: Big Top Brings Tigers, Clowns to Fans at Farm
  • Medley, Joe. Bulls Take Series, Tops’ Hospitality – Baseball
  • Stone, Tom & Brent Woods. Athletic Director Job Still Open
  • Woods, Brent. Head Coaching Position Sought by More Than 50
  • Lawrence, Lucretia. Western Places 14th in Tough Field at Furman Tourney - Golf
  • Hoppes, Lynn. Dan Powell’s All-America Bid Short – Swimming
  • Western Sweeps Singles Matches in 7-2 Win – Tennis
  • Pack, Todd. 24-Hour Open House Called Unlikely


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