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

  • Howard, Laura & Gina Kinslow. Students See Light in Dark Situation – Power Outages
  • Albrecht, Dana. Housing Comes Up Short Again
  • Howard, Laura & Gina Kinslow. Bad Installation to Blame for Power Failure
  • Albrecht, Dana. Graduate Doug Robertson Hopes Film Gets His Foot in Cinematic Door – Hauntedween
  • Summer Enrollment Higher This Year
  • Talisman Yearbook Wins National Honor
  • Radio Station Wins Education Award
  • Thomas Meredith Honored by Alma Matter
  • Howard, Laura. Police Probing Airplane Buzzing of Pearce-Ford Tower
  • Housing Panel May Ease Future Moves by Greeks
  • Chattin, John. Editorial Cartoon – Parking Costs
  • Readers, Lend Us Your Eyes and Ears
  • Modesitt, Kenneth. Thomas Meredith Praised
  • Creek, A.L. Parking Costs Unfair
  • VanderLinden, Roan. PIRG Gives Thanks – Public Interest Research Group
  • Hulsman, Lynn . Chinese Riots Keep Travelers at Home – Tiananmen Square Incident
  • Lot Near Pearce-Ford Tower to Lessen Parking Crisis
  • Arrest May Threaten Student Keith Mudd’s Status
  • Summers, Kaye. New Bookstore Opens Off Campus
  • Tutt, Allison. Black Woman Jessica Mack Joins White Sorority – Kappa Delta
  • Tutt, Allison. New Sorority Alpha Gamma Delta Rush Slated for Sunday
  • Albrecht, Dana. Off-Campus Housing Becoming Scarce as Well
  • Gordon Wilson Hall Classes Meeting in Cherry Hall
  • Hall, David. Tripling Option Still Used By Some to Ease Crowding – Housing & Residence Life
  • Tutt, Allison. Greek Housing Board to Form
  • Howard, Laura. Parking Stickers Become Tags; Price Rises by $5
  • Gay Studies Gets Own Department – City College of San Francisco
  • Hoppes, Lynn. Pete Rose, Cubs to Go Down in Flames
  • Shacklette, Buddy. Workouts, Jobs Keep Players Fit – Football
  • Tatum, Doug. Western Fans Will Have to Wait for University of Kentucky – Basketball
  • Hall, Stacey. Western’s Intramural Director Debby Cherwak Gets Head Start on Her Job
  • Shacklette, Buddy. Lady Tops’ Signee Prop 48 Victim – Paulette Monroe
  • Two Players Shine During Dark Season – Baseball, Chris Turner, Daren Kizziah
  • Former Topper Kannard Johnson to Play in Continental Basketball Association
  • South Alabama Wins Commissioner’s Cup
  • New Swimmers to Make Immediate Splash on Team
  • Golfer Jeff Guest Qualifies for Amateur Championship


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