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

  • Anna, Cara. Regents Extend Jack Harbaugh’s Contract
  • Wilson, Sherry. Marjorie Dye to Retire After Working With Students for 25 Years
  • Anna, Cara. On Line: Plan Connects Western With the World – Internet, World Wide Web
  • Quarles, Mitchell. Amazing Tones of Joy Celebrates Heritage Through Gospel Music
  • Western Setting Funding Goals
  • Two Students Involved in Wreck Sunday – Shayne Emberton, Kevin Gearlds
  • Don’t Delay Part-Timers’ Paychecks
  • Curtis, Stacy. Editorial Cartoon Scrooge Withholding Part Time Faculty Paychecks
  • Johnson, Jerry. Downing University Center Meals Too Expensive
  • Neal, David. Upset with Faculty Senate
  • People Poll: What Are Western’s Chances in the Men’s Sun Belt Conference Tournament?
  • Editor’s Hotline – Victim’s Names Shouldn’t Be Printed – Crime Reports
  • Provano, Jennifer. Red Squares Still Making Students Blue on Game Days – Parking, Hilltopper Athletic Foundation
  • Gibbs, Dana. Almost Royalty – Coming Home King, Jason Young
  • Armes, Anya. Western To Celebrate Women’s History Month
  • Spirit Masters To Meet With Faculty Monthly
  • Ang, Dawn. Students Milk Cows for Credit at Western’s Farm – Agriculture
  • Wilson, Sherry. Student Government Association Proposal Would Allow Students to Retake Classes – Grades
  • Cecil, Jill. Part-Time Architect to Stay As Long As We Can Afford Him – Leon Vincent
  • Hilltopper Athletic Foundation to Host Sun Belt Conference Luncheon
  • Madison, Ann. Motion Pictures: Students Plan to Film Parties – Phillip Payne, Chris Corneal
  • Former Western President Receives Education Award – Kern Alexander
  • Whipple, Catherine. Fraternity to Raise Money with Pizza-Eating Contest – Sigma Phi Epsilon
  • Western to Offer New Education Scholarship
  • Osborne, Sherri. Unplugged: Dorms Lacking Enough Outlets – Housing & Residence Life
  • Frakes, Jason. Tops Clinch Sun Belt Conference Tie – Basketball
  • Nichols, Charlie. Baseball Ends Losing Streak
  • Varney, Dennis. Paul Sanderford Still Has Faith in Team
  • Bernardy, Alan. Swimming: Team Wants Success to Continue
  • Varney, Dennis. Nicholas Aliwell Shines at Indoor Meet – Track & Field
  • Nations, Jeff. Brad Cirino Debuts at Tennis
  • Bernardy, Alan. Women’s Tennis Team Ready for First Match


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