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

  • Tungate, Matthew. James Ramsey: I Was In No Way a Participant – Lawsuit
  • Morris, Linda. Professors Sue Thomas Coohill Over Altered Student Evaluations
  • Chard, Alex. Parking Accelerates Hot Tempers
  • Student Government Association Constitution Reading Delayed
  • Professor’s Name Lives on in Loan – George McCelvey
  • Ex-Credit Union Worker Sentenced – Lasandra Barbee
  • Lou Marciani Didn’t Have Personality to Lead Athletics
  • Lee, John. Editorial Cartoon Lou Marciani Chased Out of Town
  • Heinze, J. New Shuttle Needed – Parking
  • People Poll: Is the Student Escort Service Safe Without Using Cars?
  • DeBoers Are At Fault – Baby Jessica
  • Checks Are Late – Student Financial Aid
  • Policy is Unfair – Smoking
  • Smokers Have Rights
  • Column Was A Tribute – Robert Wurster
  • Cutraro, Andrew. Moo-Ving On Up – Smith Family, 4-H, Kentucky State Fair, Cattle
  • Bernardy, Patrick. Ban Creates Tension – Smoking
  • Flynn, Leslie. Smokers Adjust to Outdoors
  • Reynolds, Becky. Veterans to Promote Camaraderie, Patriotism – Legion of Veterans
  • Wilson, Sherry. Students Bring Bucks – Economy
  • Whipple, Catherine. Recycling Tops United Student Activists’ Agenda
  • Cecil, Jill. Student Escort Service Volunteers Go Marching One by One
  • Tungate, Matthew. James Ramsey’s Offices Get $14,000 Renovation
  • Ang, Dawn. Six-Pack of Country Singers Visits Diddle Arena, Starting Friday – Concerts
  • Ang, Dawn. Dwight Yoakam’s Bootprint on Kickoff Festivities – Homecoming
  • Broadbent, Stephanie. Some Workers Forced to Do More Than Last Year
  • Root, Tonya. Residents May Make the Rules – North Hall, East Hall, Housing & Residence Life
  • Osborne, Sherri. Vintage Clothing Matches Students With Past
  • Reynolds, Becky. Warranty, A Good Policy, Students Say – Quality Assurance Program
  • Daniels, Jerry. Anniversary of March Has Diverse Followers – March on Washington, Martin Luther King, Jr.
  • Gagliardi, Melissa. Night Clerks: This Year, Someone’s Always on Call – Housing & Residence Life
  • Good, Epha. Hiring Freeze Slowly Thaws
  • Hart, Jim. Former Student President Returns – Amos Gott, Alumni Affairs
  • Computer Science Program Receives Mark of Quality
  • Frakes, Jason. Tackling School Key for Eddie Thompson
  • Nations, Jeff. Bud Tyler, Longtime Western Announcer Dies at 77 – Wesley Tyler
  • Varney, Dennis. New Volleyball Coach Sets Lofty Goals – Mark Hardaway
  • Bernardy, Patrick. Women’s Rugby Still Just an Idea
  • Simmons, Darryn. Baseball Team Expects Brighter Year With New Lights
  • Varney, Dennis. Jim Richards Has Double-Fisted Job in Athletics – Hilltopper Athletic Foundation, Athletics
  • Debbie Houk’s Surgery Successful
  • Former Top is Newest Los Angeles Angel – Chris Turner


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