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

  • Houchens, Gary. Poynter, Chris. Many will Be Affected by Western XXI
  • Martin, John. Other Schools Devise Plans for 21st Century
  • Hoover, Amy. Glasgow Grandma Marilyn Tobin Does it All
  • Associated Student Government Proposes Ticket Recommendation – Athletics
  • Students Get Wrong Religion – ID Cards
  • Fajita Factory Cited for Contest
  • Phillips, Noelle. General Education: Some Say Proposals Aren’t Reform
  • Lifting Social Rules Good Call By Jack Harbaugh
  • Bradley, Jim. Editorial Cartoon Football Players Love Jack Harbaugh
  • Potter Residents Deserve Respect – Housing & Residence Life
  • Grabs, Mary. Agriculture Vital
  • Davis, Michael. Agriculture Issues a Concern
  • Phillips, Noelle. Foreign Sculptor Jesus Cobo Brings Craft to Western
  • Critchfield, Mark. Music Review of Listen Without Prejudice by George Michael
  • Martin, John. Late-Night Brawl Inspiring for Student
  • Critchfield, Mark. Haircuts in New City Can Be Hair Raising
  • Riley, J.P. Physics Head Thomas Coohill Wins Appointment
  • Vincent, Bruce. WKU Glasgow Gears Up for Homecoming
  • Phillips, Noelle. Western Helps Schools Run Themselves
  • Vincent, Bruce. WKU Glasgow to Celebrate Library
  • Kistler, L.B. Western Plays with a Lot of Brotherly Love – Soccer
  • Shacklette, Buddy. The ABCs of Football
  • Swiney, Donnie. Tops to Play No. 2 Middle Tennessee State University – Football
  • Burton, Marsha. Western Gets Sneaks Look At Conference Foes – Volleyball
  • Burton, Marsha. Athletes Shoot for the Stars
  • Coach’s Son Getting Job Done – Jim Harbaugh
  • Tennis Team Net Victory
  • Golfers Hit Road


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