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

  • Flynn, Leslie. Pearce-Ford Tower to Close, Receive Facelift – Housing & Residence Life
  • Cassady, Pam. Experiment Increases Awareness About Aging – Gerontology, Sandy Miller
  • Cecil, Jill. The Doors: Drummer Remembers Relationships – John Densmore
  • Regent Nominations Being taken
  • In the Spotlight – Stephanie Gibney, Alton Little
  • Board of Regents Should Release Salary Increase Plan
  • Editorial Cartoon Murray’s Restaurant Closed
  • Murray’s Restaurant Should Stay Open Late
  • Hess, Doug. Overturn Roe vs. Wade – Abortion, Right to Life
  • People Poll: What Do You Think of Murray’s Restaurant?
  • Critchfield, Mark. Jesus, the Original Soul Brother? – Christianity, Religion
  • Marshall, Jennifer. Student Government Association Candidate Will Listen to Students – Donald Smith
  • Allen, Craig. Man of Steel Returns from the Dead – Superman, Comics
  • Buckson, Robin. A Celebration of Pride Photospread – Miss Black Western
  • Reynolds, Becky. Warm Weather Entices Students to Skip Class
  • Tungate, Matthew. Student Government Association Presidential Candidate Holds Dinner – Eric McWilliams
  • Wills, Greg. Americans with Disabilities Act: Governor’s Task Force Visits City
  • 5K & 2 Mile Walk to Increase Health Awareness – Kentucky Organ Donor Affiliates
  • Right to Life Group Sponsoring Tribute to Unborn – Student Right to Life
  • Mahaney, Jill. New Store Has More Than Video – John Watson, Gary Wantland
  • Frank Neuber, Citing Bad Health Retires
  • New Purchasing Director Sought – Facilities Services
  • Alpha Gamma Rho to Meet with Review Board
  • Greek Week Festivities Underway
  • Barbeque / Delta Week Events Begin – Delta Sigma Theta, Omega Psi Phi
  • Irvine, Chris. 5-1 Loss Ends Western’s Streak at Home – Tennis
  • Frakes, Jason. Tops Score 31 Runs in Weekend Sweep
  • Kiggins, Pamela. Mark Bell Scores 13, Earns Most Valuable Player in Tournament
  • Kiggins, Pamela. Team Hopes for Three Recruits to Sign Today – Basketball
  • Varney, Dennis. Runner Takes Major Step Forward – Hendrick Maako, Track & Field
  • Bryan Baysinger Leads Tops – Golf
  • Women’s Golf Takes Sixth Place
  • Irvine, Chris. Team Gets First Win of Season, 9-0 – Tennis
  • Nations, Jeff. NFL Free Agency Will Be Fun for the Fans – Football


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