Publication Date

3-4-1993

Abstract

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

  • Burnham, Maria. Huge Crowd Flocks to See the Weasel – Pauly Shore, Entertainment
  • Ball, Julie. Bill Clinton. Some Like Higher Education Proposal
  • Hannah, Jim. Booze Gives Bowling Green Economy a Buzz – Alcohol
  • Release of Findings Postponed – Dining Services
  • Forensics Team Wins State Title
  • Daugherty, Tom. Graduate Remembers Old Sports Rivalries – Athletics
  • Jones, LaTonia. Blacks Find Voice
  • Mack. J.L. Thanks for Memories – Snow, Winter, Sledding
  • Hofmann, Martin. Editorial Cartoon David Koresh, Waco, Texas
  • Rose, Alex. Harassment is Racist
  • Toncray, Scott. Seize Opportunities
  • People Poll: What Do You Think About TV News After Dateline NBC Staged the GM Truck Explosion?
  • Hadley, Kim. Prejudice: Majority Finds Life Isn’t Always Sweet at the Top
  • Good, Epha. Student Escort Service Fields Complaints, Asks for Workers
  • Burnham, Maria. Saving Mother Earth – United Student Activists
  • Thomas, Kim. Theatre & Dance Department Prepares to Burn This in April
  • Batters, Tom. Crying Game Should Be Seen with Open Mind – Movie Review
  • Critchfield, Mark. New Paul McCartney Album Never Gets Off the Ground
  • Ang, Dawn. Cerebral Palsy Does Not Deter Student Novelist – Wade Markham
  • Bunnell, David. Despite Woes, Future Bright for Russia, Speaker Says – Andrei Saftrov
  • Shelton, Ellona. Commitment to Academics Yields Success – International Students
  • Rutledge, Dawn. Professor’s Book Chronicles History of Kentucky Blacks – Marion Lucas
  • Hannah, Jim. No Charges Filed Yet in Credit Union Thefts
  • Brewer, Mike & Becky James. Workers, Administrators Discuss Changes in Insurance, Salaries
  • Batters, Tom. Lady Toppers to Fight for First Place – Basketball
  • Kiggins, Pamela. Tops Hope to Make National Impact – Basketball
  • Varney, Dennis. Swim Team Eighth After One Event – Swimming
  • Frakes, Jason. Rain Dampens Team’s Spirits – Baseball
  • Irvine, Chris. Toppers Lose Six-Hour Marathon – Tennis
  • Irvine, Chris. Young Team Starts Play – Tennis

Disciplines

Advertising and Promotion Management | African American Studies | Communication | Higher Education Administration | Journalism Studies | Mass Communication | Public Relations and Advertising | Publishing | Race and Ethnicity | Race, Ethnicity and Post-Colonial Studies | Social and Behavioral Sciences | Social Influence and Political Communication | Sports Studies

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