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

  • Brewer, Mike. Salary Hikes May Sting Some Areas – Budget
  • Mahaney, Jill. Woodworking an Obsession for Professor – Herb Simmons
  • Bunnell, David. Praise: Students Celebrate Jesus – Religion, Christianity
  • Hannah, Jim. Manager Fired Following Theft – Greg Gesell, WKU Post Office
  • Alzheimer’s Support Series Sponsored – Adult Day Health Care Center
  • Courses Offered for Insurance Agents – Continuing Education
  • Black History Month Should Be Year Round
  • Hofmann, Martin. Editorial Cartoon Black History Month
  • Wade, Melanie. Student is Ashamed – Budget
  • People Poll: If You Could Invite One Music Group to Perform a Concert at Western, Who Would It Be?
  • Martin, John. College Heights Herald Tries to Serve All Students
  • James, Becky. Chuck’s Diner Cuisine Great & Affordable – Rob Johnson
  • Lewis, Scott. Swimsuit Issue Doesn’t Show Much – Sports Illustrated
  • Cook, Drew. Don’t Drop the Soap – Showers, Pranks, Bathing Customs
  • Cook, Drew. The Weasel Makes His Way to Western – Pauly Shore, Entertainment
  • Thomas, Kim. Mini-CDs Offer High Quality, Price
  • Thomas, Kim. Native Tongue Licks Poison’s Old Wounds – Music Review
  • Ball, Julie. Western, State Universities Keeping Tabs on Graduates – Council on Higher Education
  • Wilson, Sherry. Forum: Communication Between Sexes More Than Passion, Intimacy
  • Mills, Jerry. Little Cheerleaders Show Western Spirit – Children
  • Cecil, Jill. Science & Technology Hall Will Undergo Repairs – College High Hall
  • Howard Lindsey Enters Innocent Plea
  • Gabriel Buntzman Trial Delayed Again
  • Greek Organizations Help Schools – Phi Delta Theta, Alpha Omicron Pi
  • Flynn, Leslie. Various Marijuana Devices Challenge, Amaze Police – WKU Police, Drug Abuse
  • Batters, Tom. Tonight Begins Final Push Toward Conference Title – Basketball
  • Kiggins, Pamela. Season Ends with Three Games in Six Days – Basketball
  • Lewis, Scott. Beth Blincoe: Running No Longer a Hobby for Walk-On – Track & Field
  • Anna, Cara. Track Teams Face Unknowns at Indoor Conference Meet
  • Irvine, Chris. Tennis Team Waiting for Sun
  • Lewis, Scott. Women’s Season Might Start in November – Basketball
  • Frakes, Jason. Weather May Delay Opener – Baseball
  • Nations, Jeff. Baseball Shouldn’t Mess with Tradition


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