Publication Date



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

  • Green, Travis. Michael Colvin Aces Associated Student Government Election
  • Catering Service’s Legality Pondered
  • Counselor Marlice Cox Appointed as Assault Adviser
  • Phillips, Noelle. Director John Nunn Searches for Truth in Darkness – Student Film
  • Enrollment Reaches Record High – Again
  • Biology Society Starts Anti-Styrofoam Drive – Beta Beta Beta
  • Green, Travis. Associated Student Government Wants Activity Fee Raised
  • Houchens, Gary. Model Shows Danger of Landfills – Earth Week
  • Evaluate Tenure by Classroom Performance
  • Chattin, John. Editorial Cartoon Boring Professors
  • Garrett, Jan. Let’s Build on Earth Week
  • Oakes, Christopher. New Age Talk Offending
  • McGrew, Chuck. Check Out Earthfest ‘90
  • Baldwin, Paul. Calligrapher Letters Her Own Degree This Year – Lynne Galluzzo, Diplomas
  • Martin, John. Western Grad Amy Linsdey Comes Home, Performs Up With People
  • Phillips, Noelle. Fabric Scraps Stitched, Flaunted – Grace Sams, Quilt Exhibition
  • Chattin, John. Movie Review of The First Power
  • Swiney, Donnie. Coach Ralph Willard May Sign Trojan Standout – Basketball
  • Weather Could Make, Break Toppers this Weekend – Track & Field
  • Shacklette, Buddy. Western Players Unsure if They’ll Get Picked in NFL Draft
  • Kistler, L.B. Toppers Split with Blue Raiders – Baseball
  • Shacklette, Buddy. Bears, Ex-Tops to Play Benefit – Football
  • Red-White Scrimmage Game Tomorrow
  • And the Winner Is . . . Tandreia Green
  • Kari Brown Injures Ankles
  • Golfers to Play In Firestone Intercollegiate


Advertising and Promotion Management | African American Studies | Communication | Higher Education Administration | Journalism Studies | Mass Communication | Public Relations and Advertising | Publishing | Race and Ethnicity | Race, Ethnicity and Post-Colonial Studies | Social and Behavioral Sciences | Social Influence and Political Communication | Sports Studies