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

  • Flynn, Leslie. Council on Higher Education Eyeing Magnet School-Type Plan
  • Ritchie, Christa. Students Balancing Classes, Budget
  • Armes, Anya. Bill Clinton: One Year After Election, Some Regret Their Votes – Politics
  • Local Elections: Polls Open at 6 AM Today
  • Fires Send Students Into the Cold – Barnes-Campbell Hall
  • Bomb Threat Interrupts Classes
  • There’s Nothing Wrong With Being Average – Student Government Association
  • Lee, John. Editorial Cartoon Retaking C Classes
  • Lee, David. Breast Cancer Coverage Informative
  • Sims, Mitchell. Living with Homeless a Moving Experience
  • People Poll: Should Students Be Able to Retake Classes If They Get a C?
  • Davis, Michelle. Computer Lab Hasn’t Worked All Semester – Information Technology
  • Editor’s Hotline – Grade Inflation, Parking Tickets, Movies, Parties, Politics
  • Ang, Dawn. Farm Family Festival – Agriculture, Kentucky Partnership for Farm Family Health & Safety
  • Vaughn, Nicole. Students Get Wet to Get Fit – Preston Health & Activities Center
  • Tungate, Matthew. Tuition Hike: Protest Includes Music, Free Food – Demonstrations, Student Government Association
  • Quarles, Mitchell. Listening to Mozart May Make You Smart
  • Artist to Speak at Kentucky Museum – Steve Davis-Rosenbaum
  • Burnham, Maria. What to Wear: Women & Men Choosing Unisex Clothes – Fashion
  • Brewer, Mike. Marriott to Lay Off Two Managers – Dining Services
  • Hildreth, John. Rush: Counterparts Is Rough-Edged, Powerful – Music Review
  • Osborne, Sherri. Brothers, Sisters Give Big Hopes to Little Children – Big Brothers & Sisters
  • Daniels, Jerry. Students Adjust to the Western World’s Ways – International Students
  • Bacon, Jackie. International Club Back on Campus with New Ideas, Friends & Cultures
  • Nations, Jeff. Tops Freeze Leathernecks’ Offense – Football
  • Toppers Get 100 More National Invitational Tournament Tickets – Basketball
  • Nations, Jeff. Runners Find Success Down South – Track & Field
  • Brown, Karen. Tournament: Hilltoppers Get Second Chance – Soccer
  • Kelly, John. Fighting: Western’s Players Stay Cool in Hot Situations – Football
  • McCarty, Stephanie. Top Tennis Player Has New Focus


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