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

  • Hannah, Jim. $100 Required to Hold Classes
  • Wessling, Susan. Gay Social Life: All in the Family
  • Stivers, Stephanie. Board of Regents Will Decide Fate of Food Services Today – Dining Services
  • Rutledge, Dawn. Louisville Junior is Miss Black Western – Deondra Wardelle
  • Wessling, Susan. Comments Offer Insight Into What Straight Population Thinks
  • Cutting Football Budget Could Save Academics
  • Richardson, Patrick. Editorial Cartoon For Sale Used Football Stadium
  • Laswell, Reginald. Real AIDS Tragedy is Ignorance of Facts
  • Holcomb, Mistianna. Associated Student Government Not Sponsoring Alcohol-Related Event
  • Daniels, Jerry. People Should Challenge Source of Homophobia
  • Wessling, Susan. Group Supports Gays, Lesbians, Bisexuals, Their Friends, Families – Lambda Society
  • Clingerman, Ann. The Bloody Religion of Rugby
  • Silence of the Lambs Roars at Oscars
  • Critchfield, Mark. Sex-Filled Basic Instinct Basically Boring – Movie Review
  • Grundy, Julie. Two New Regents Will Be Sworn In – Burns Mercer, Howard Gray
  • Anna, Cara. Kim Pehlke: I’m Saying Let’s Win It All – Basketball, NCAA Tournament
  • Nations, Jeff. Toppers Impeach Governors – Baseball
  • Nations, Jeff. Western to Run at Southeast Missouri State University Saturday – Track & Field
  • Kim Pehlke, Chris Hutchinson Named Top Athletes
  • Golfers to Play in Lexington
  • Lady Netters Pound Tennessee State – Tennis
  • Batters, Tom. Senior Offers Leadership in Turnaround – Steve Marr, Baseball
  • Cooley, Tammy. Students Get Caught Up in Twister Tournament – Intramurals


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