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Issue misnumbered Vol. 67, No. 14


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

  • Nations, Jeff & Chris Poynter. Students Protest Probable Budget Cuts – Demonstrations
  • Grundy, Julie. Brereton Jones: Can’t Make Commitment – Budget
  • Tatum, Doug. Jobs, Trust Most Important Issues for Some Students – Politics
  • Grundy, Julie. Where the Candidates Stand, What They Say – Bill Clinton, George Bush, Ross Perot
  • Volunteers Raise Most Money Ever in Phon-A-Thon
  • Johnson, Steve. Editorial Cartoon Phon-A-Thon
  • McDowell, Robert. Beware of Service Fee on Credit Cards
  • Hess, Doug. George Bush Vote is Vote for Unborn – Right-to-Life
  • Amaro, Maria. Les Liaisons Dangereuses Full of Intrigue – Theatre & Dance
  • Burnham, Maria. Anti-Ku Klux Klan Vigil Planned to Promote Unity
  • Fisk, Brent. Not Just Playing House – Living Together
  • Wells, Greg. How to Cure the Flaky Chevy – Automobiles
  • Kinnaird, Kevin. Alan Jackson Rocks Diddle Arena – Concerts
  • Lindenberger, Michael. Cable, Laundry on the Way – Housing & Residence Life
  • Wells, Greg. Pro-Choice Rally Sunday – Demonstrations
  • Poynter, Chris. Hilltopper Athletic Foundation, Faculty At Odds Over Donation
  • Poynter, Chris. Non-Profit Organization Supports Sports, Coaches – Hilltopper Athletic Foundation
  • Irvine, Chris. Czars Enjoying Same Pleasures as Americans – Football
  • East vs. West(ern) as Russia Invades – Football
  • Batters, Tom. 10K Classic: Race Attracts World’s Best Runners
  • Faculty Athletic Ticket Prices Across the State
  • Kiggins, Pamela. Toppers Prepare for University of Kentucky – Soccer


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