Publication Date



Misnumbered as Vol. 65, No. 22.


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

  • Gaines, Jim. Party Toasts Leveling of Berlin Wall
  • Fauver, Elizabeth. 125 Spread Pro-Choice Message – Demonstrations
  • Black, Sam. Brothers’ Specialty is Home Cooking – Richie Sanders, Todd Sanders
  • Associated Student Government to Ask About Dorm Visitation
  • Tsimekles, Diane. Thomas Meredith Organizes Group to Plan Western’s Future – Western XXI
  • Student Activists Sponsoring Give Peace a Dance Tomorrow
  • Forehand, Beverly. Program Inspires Youths to Aim High – AIMS Activating Interest in Minority Students
  • Rallying Students Touch the Outside World – Demonstrations
  • Chattin, John. Editorial Cartoon Big Red Demonstrating
  • Cooper, Joe. Griping Takes Nerves
  • Maher, Dan. Column Dampens Spirit – Football
  • Bessette, Phyllis. Counselor is Gratified – Junior Panhellenic
  • Ashby, Rick, et al. Campus Employees Help – WKU Police
  • Lawson, Jamie. Student Wang Li from China Gets Western Culture
  • Residence Hall Association Adds Impeachment Amendments
  • Alumnus of the Month – Charles Logsdon
  • Teegarden, Mike. An Exercise for Life – Mock Emergency Drills
  • Tatum, Doug. Success Drives Tandreia Green
  • Weber, Rob. Sean Dollman Heads to NCAA – Track & Field
  • Shacklette, Buddy. Anthony Palm Reads Tankers in 82-72 Win Sunday – Basketball
  • Terry Birdsong Quits Team, Plans to Transfer
  • Shacklette, Buddy. Ex-West Pointer Kevin Houston Plays for Touring Army Team
  • Weber, Rob. Tops Win Every Event Against Young Team – Swimming
  • Two Toppers Named to All-Sun Belt Team – Brian Hall, Rory Lithgow
  • Toppers Lose Three at University of Alabama-Birmingham Tournament – Volleyball


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