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

  • Houchens, Gary. Proposed Doctorate in Jeopardy -
  • Pociengel, Kim. University Chock-full of Tidbits – Toilet Paper
  • Taylor, Christine. Mind’s Power Fascinates Crowd – Craig Karges
  • Weber, Rob. Taxes, Health Care Top Harvey Sloane’s Agenda
  • Portion of Center Street Closed
  • Western XXI Deadline Approaching
  • Banner Swiped in Homecoming Theft
  • Freshman Representative Chosen – Jennifer May
  • Health Service Offers Flu Shots
  • Poynter, Chris. Teacher Jim Wesolowski Urges Respect for Arabs
  • Faculty Senate to Consider Raises
  • Kentucky Needs Doctorate at Western
  • Bradley, Jim. Editorial Cartoon Big Red on Doctorate Scales
  • Dillard, Sue. Marching Band’s Spirit Incredible
  • Dennison, Mary. Vision Plan Misses Point – Western XXI
  • Nienaber, Gus. Students Live on Midnight Oil
  • New House Inspires Kappa Alpha Psi’s
  • Phillips, Nicole. Victorian Shop Fulfills Family Dream – Mother’s Harvest
  • Vincent, Bruce. Rasta Rock is Nothing to Dread – Dread Zeppelin
  • Weber, Rob. Associated Student Government Schedules Event to Answer Complaints – Gripe Day
  • Kistler, L.B. Local 10K Race Has Ashley Johnson on a Run
  • Swiney, Donnie. Tennessee Tech Hopes Not to Get Whipped Again – Football
  • Burton, Marsha. Lady Tops Enter Mid-Season Tournament Optimistic – Volleyball
  • Kistler, L.B. Rivalries Special for Tops – Soccer
  • Daugherty, Brian. Runners to Head for the Border – Track & Field
  • Summar, Bart. Western Goes to University of Kentucky – Golf
  • Football Drug Tests Come Up Negative
  • Midnight Madness Set for Sunday Night


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