Publication Date



Issue mis-dated throughout as March 31, 1993.


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

  • Broadbent, Stephanie. Majority of Faculty Support Thomas Meredith
  • Poynter, Chris. Professor Has Disease, Physicians Say – Frank Neuber
  • Bunnell, David. Photojournalist Tells Students to Focus on World Awareness – Todd Buchanan
  • Faculty Libel Trial Begins Today – Gabriel Buntzman, Michael Brown
  • Alpha Xi Delta Deserves More From Nationals
  • Hofmann, Martin. Editorial Cartoon Alpha Xi Delta
  • Miller, Maggie. Marriott Mistake Frustrates Student – Dining Services
  • People Poll: Do You Think the Alpha Xi Delta Sorority Is Being Treated Fairly By Its National Chapter?
  • Lyons, Andy. Western Family Sees Dreams Come True – Basketball
  • Utley, Chuck. Right-Wing Must Go – David Bunnell
  • Troutman, Richard. Thanks to Smokers
  • Cecil, Jill. Party Until You’re Busted – Alcohol, Housing & Residence Life
  • Thomas, Kim. Music Department Showcases Recitals By Faculty & Students
  • McQuerry, Michelle. Artist Stresses Importance of Curiosity – Joe Downing
  • Grundy, Julie. Big Red Makes It Big time
  • Flynn, Leslie. Tile Tampering Tricks Teacher
  • Batters, Tom. Ralph Willard Leaving Public In the Dark
  • Darnell Mee to Play With Best – Basketball
  • Frakes, Jason. Pitching Lifts Tops in Win Streak – Baseball
  • Nations, Jeff. Discus Thrower, Team Face Next Challenge Saturday – Claire Davies, Track & Field
  • Batters, Tom & Jim Hannah. Save Ralph Willard Bid Gathers Support
  • Varney, Dennis. NCAA Rule Lowers Number of Swimmers Going to Nationals – Swimming
  • Irvine, Chris. Women Lose Again, But Confidence Rising – Tennis


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