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

  • Green, Monica. Committee Formed to Set Campus AIDs Policy
  • Murphy, Nancy. Hustling Paper Explores Underworld of Male Hookers
  • White, Douglas. Guidelines Would Define Role of Department Heads
  • Fullen, Rebecca. Department Wooing Accounting Society
  • Kilcourse, Kim. Getting a Job: Number of Spring Openings Unclear; Food Service Needs Weekenders
  • Western Sophomore Anthony Boyd Dies in Tennessee Car Accident
  • Committee Must Set Policy That Safeguards All Rights – AIDS Victims Rights
  • Smokers Must Clear the Air
  • Barry, Julia. Editorial Cartoon: Great American Smokeout
  • Hardwick, Margaret. Greeks Good Neighbors – Chi Omega
  • Cesler, James. Greek Row Wrong Answer
  • Jeffiers, Steve & David Wagoner. Niteclass Music Not Varied
  • Gamma Sigma Sigma Service Group to Hold Fund Drive for Tabatha Foster
  • Albrecht, Dana. Updated Tartuffe begins Its Rhyming Run Tonight
  • State Teacher of the Year Brenda McGown is Western Graduate
  • McIntire, Michelle. High School Students Try a Higher Education
  • Paul Cook Elected to Bank Board
  • Green, Monica. 2 Professors on State AIDS Panel – Glenn Lohr, Tom Nicholson
  • Green, Monica. Red Cross Tests All Donated Blood
  • Student Government Association Will Try Once More With Its Book Exchange Service
  • University Center Board Elects New Officers
  • Woehler, Eric. With One Win to Go, Seniors Looking Ahead – Football
  • Woehler, Eric. Bunch of Soldiers Beats Western, 79-76 – Basketball
  • Dan Powell, Marty Spees Dominate in Red-White
  • Todd Rittenberry Named to All-Sun Belt Team
  • Intramural Hoopsters to Play on ESPN
  • Terri Mann’s 27 Paces White Team in Intrasquad
  • Renegades Take Third in University of Kentucky Tournament
  • Booster Auction Slated for Nov. 20
  • Chandler, Mark. Seniors Gearing for Final Tourney – Volleyball
  • Shacklette, Buddy. Western Will Bank on Kevin Banks at NCAA – Cross Country


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