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

  • Wakeland, Nancy. Bill May Change Face of Hazing
  • Anna, Cara. Paul Sanderford: This Time We Believe
  • Grundy, Julie. After 32 Years on the Hill, Valuable Resource to Retire – Paul Cook
  • Poynter, Chris. Paul Cook Well-Versed in Life at Western
  • Seat-Belt Ordinance Passes
  • Stewart, Nikita. Associated Student Government: Candidates Readying for April 14 Election
  • Baxter, David. University Center Board Show Was Tremendous – Bela Fleck
  • Richardson, Patrick. Editorial Cartoon Political Rubber Checks
  • Soldier, Michael. Response to AIDS Letter from Professor
  • Bratton, Christopher. William McMahon’s Letter Raises Questions – AIDS
  • Qualls, Ann. Fear a Breeding Ground for AIDS
  • Clingerman, Ann. Jazz Group Plays Before Capacity Crowd – Bela Fleck & the Flecktones
  • Oscars: You Pick Them, We Print Them
  • McCauley, Laura. The Write Stuff: Some Student Authors Find the Last Word in Publishing is . . . Yes
  • Johnson, J.L. Former Scorcher Will Be Heating Up Picasso’s Tonight – Jason Ringenberg
  • Swing, Rachel. Decades Makes Time for Visitors – Restaurants
  • Whitely, Jason. Larry Forgy’s Speech Blasts Congress, Democrats
  • Koger, Lee. Audit to Start Monday – Regents
  • Stivers, Stephanie. Budget Bandit: Bathroom Paper Towels Targeted
  • Stivers, Stephanie. Credit Union Approves Motion for New Name
  • Bryan, Angela. Leadership Roles Examined in Luncheon Workshop – Women’s Alliance
  • Brewer, Mike. Campaigns Haven’t Generated Much Interest Here
  • Stewart, Nikita. Associated Student Government Kills Bill That Wasn’t Being Enforced
  • Stivers, Stephanie. Lecturer Tells Tales of the Supernatural – David Hufford, Ghosts
  • Stivers, Stephanie. Report on Food Services Complete – Dining Services
  • Anna, Cara. Lady Volunteers Block NCAA Path – University of Tennessee, Basketball
  • Martin, John. NIT Run Spoiled in Opener – National Invitational Tournament, Basketball
  • Lyons, Andy. Sean Dollman, Breeda Dennehy Run Against World
  • Nations, Jeff. Tops’ Break No Vacation – Baseball
  • Batters, Tom. Hartland Will Host Ladies Golf Tournament
  • Lyons, Andy. Race Brings Mom Around World – Sean Dollman, Sheila Dollman
  • Irvine, Chris. Men Reach .500, Women Struggling – Tennis


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