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

  • Morris, Linda. Faculty Regent Avoiding State Vehicle Taxes – Ray Mendel
  • Burnham, Maria. Dead Milkmen: Students Slam to the Music – Concerts
  • Tungate, Matthew. Faculty Workload Could Affect State Funding – Budget
  • Student Dies in Car Accident – Daniel Swinney
  • In the Spotlight – Topperettes
  • You Don’t Need Money to Help Others – 12 Hour Homeless & Hunger Awareness
  • Lee, John. Editorial Cartoon WKU Helping Nashville Homeless
  • People Poll: What Can Students Do to Help Others for Thanksgiving?
  • Lowry, Mark. Standards Are Lower for Minorities
  • Fiss, Christie. Students Should Be Proud of Their Teams – Athletics
  • Editor’s Hotline – NAFTA, North American Free Trade Agreement, Smoking, Scholarships, Minorities, Basketball
  • Root, Tonya. Arrests for LSD Use on Campus Increasing – Drug Abuse, Lysergic Acid Diethylamide
  • New Forms Will Reduce Red Tape – Student Financial Aid
  • Cutraro, Andrew. A Special Day Photospread – Special Olympics
  • Allen, Craig. Teachers May Feel Pinch If Guidelines Used – Higher Education Review Commission
  • Frakes, Jason. No Playoff Bid for the 8-3 Toppers – Football
  • Frakes, Jason. Playoffs: Toppers Deserved a Bid – Football
  • Nations, Jeff. Soccer Coach Kicks Five Players Off Team – David Holmes, Alcohol
  • Varney, Dennis. Despite Big Win, Team Loses Tournament – Volleyball
  • Bernhardy, Alan. Team Prepares for First Road Meet After Successful Start – Swimming
  • Coaches Pick Toppers to Win Sun Belt Conference Title – Basketball
  • Varney, Dennis. Team Doesn’t Have the Paul Sanderford Stamp – Basketball


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