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

  • Martin, John. Credit Union will Bid to Stay on Campus
  • Hoff, Meagan & Chris Poore. Associated Student Government Officers Going to City’s Meeting
  • LaJoie, Scott. Speaker Says Satan has Following Here – Bob Buchanon
  • Asbestos Removal Almost Done
  • Hoff, Meagan. Voter Registration Drive On Again – Associated Student Government
  • Stivers, Stephanie. Food Drive a Phony, Baptist Student Union Warns
  • Meetings with City a Good First Step – Noise Ordinance
  • Richardson, Patrick. Editorial Cartoon Big Red & Mayor Talking
  • Falmlen, Heather. Meeting Made a Difference – Regents
  • Thornton, James. Re-Examine Scholarships in Athletics
  • Armes, Anya. Students Against Privatizing Health Service
  • Loomis, Rick. Noise!
  • D’Aniello, Phil. Sink or Swim: Students Have Fun Teaching Kids at Clinic
  • Grundy, Julie. Conference Runs Through Saturday – Women’s Studies Conference
  • Hadley, Kim. Policy: A Few Complications Need to Be Worked Out – Attendance Policy
  • Hannah, Jim. After Today, Big Red Shuttle Bus Isn’t a Free Ride
  • Anna, Cara. Offensive Explosion Powers Tops to 48-21 Win – Football
  • Lyons, Andy. Eastern Kentucky University Steals Title Despite Broken Record – Track & Field
  • Anna, Cara. Professor Robert Panchyshyn, Staffer Ricky Bibb Get Behind-The-Scenes Look at Win Over Morehead
  • Meyers, Amee. Lady Tops Hurt by Injuries – Tennis
  • Daugherty, Brian. Players Getting Psyched Up for Match-Up with Louisville – Soccer
  • Schott, Kenneth. Toppers Barely Miss Again – Golf
  • Coach Says Lady Tops Improving – Kathy Teichert, Golf
  • Volleyball Team Gets New Offense
  • Ruggers Set to Play Home Opener – Rugby


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