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Issue misnumbered as Vol. 67, No. 54.


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

  • Tungate, Matthew. Student Government Association Election: Donald Smith Rolls to Victory
  • Cook, Drew. Students Head for Big Apple, MTV Jobs
  • Hannah, Jim. Amid Controversy, Pest Control Agent Resigns – Ed Parker
  • Survey Results to Be Announced – Faculty Senate
  • MASTER Plan Created for Freshmen – Make Academic & Social Transitions Educationally Rewarding
  • Open Your Eyes, Western, Decide Football’s Future
  • Hofmann, Martin. Editorial Cartoon Football Going Flat
  • Utley, Chuck. Party Division Still Evident in Society – Politics
  • People Poll: Should the Future of the Football Program Be a Yearly Decision or Should It Be Made Final?
  • Baker, James. Students Need New Excuse for Absences
  • Kitchens, Calvin. Human Definition Includes Kindness
  • Broadbent, Stephanie. Wraparound Skirts, Colorful Prints Dress Up Spring Fashion
  • Allen, Craig. Led Zeppelin: The Second Coming? – Music Review
  • Cook, Drew. A Night on the Town With Bowling Green’s Finest – Police
  • Brewer, Mike. Mind Bomb Debut Shows Promise – Music Review
  • Thomas, Kim. Caveman Barbershop Chorus to Croon at Capitol Arts Center
  • McQuerry, Michelle. Improving Job Market Will Greet May Graduates
  • McQuerry, Michell. Theater Class Learns Puppets Aren’t Just for Entertainment – Theatre & Dance
  • Allen, Craig. Local Bands to Highlight Kid Jam ’93
  • Morris, Linda. Talisman: Loss of Yearbook Affects Many Departments
  • Grundy, Julie. Louisville Police Investigating Racial Attacks on Six Students
  • Flynn, Leslie. Keen Hall Resident Arrested for Possession of Cocaine – Devin Williams, Drug Abuse
  • Frakes, Jason. Toppers to Play Biggest Series of Season – Baseball
  • Frakes, Jason. Purple Aces Edge Western 6-5 – Baseball
  • Women Third in Sun Belt – Golf
  • Nations, Jeff. Baseball Could Be A Lift for Bowling Green
  • Varney, Dennis. Curtiss Long Hopes Things Come Together at Crunch Time – Track & Field
  • Women Set for Tournament – Tennis
  • Irvine, Chris. Toppers Look to Avenge 6-0 Loss – Tennis


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