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

  • Grundy, Julie. Election Success is Next Goal for John Oldham
  • Brown, Karen. Minorities: Athletics Hiring is Average
  • Anna, Cara. Hiding Pain Behind a Happy Face – Breast Cancer
  • Cars Need to Be Moved After Game – Parking
  • Kelly, John. Tennis a Winning Hobby for Professor – Henry Baughman
  • Bradley, Kara. Magazines Not All That Exploit Women – Pornography
  • Farrar, John. Abortion Concerns Men & Women
  • Spears, Lee. Animal Protection Could Be in Jeopardy – North American Free Trade Agreement, NAFTA
  • Lee, John. Editorial Cartoon Burning AC/DC Records
  • People Poll: Is There Too Much Violence on Television?
  • Bunnell, David. The Universe is Under Control of Divine Plan
  • Higher Education Review Commission to Meet
  • Hilloween Activities Are Tomorrow – Halloween
  • Anna, Cara. In Wake of Disease, Women Say Others Should Ask Questions, Insist on Answers – Breast Cancer
  • Root, Tonya. Officer Retires After 24 Years – Hugh Heater, WKU Police
  • Hobbs, Meghan. Kentucky Museum Featuring New Exhibit
  • Broadbent, Stephanie. Election: Student Turnout Expected to be Low
  • Pest Control Will Remain In-House
  • Flynn, Leslie. Proposal on Retaking Classes Makes the Grade – Student Government Association
  • Faculty to Perform in Ensemble – Music, Michael Kallstrom, Todd Duren, John Warren Oakes
  • Armes, Anya. Full Moon Fever – Folk Studies
  • Brown, Karen. Jim McDaniels: I Want to Help – Affirmative Action
  • Nations, Jeff. Team Can’t Shake Losing Streak on Senior Night – Soccer
  • Frakes, Jason. Toppers Focused on Western Illinois University – Football


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