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

  • Anna, Cara. Budget Top Secret Until May
  • Whipple, Catherine. Fewer Planning to Return to Dorms – Housing & Residence Life
  • Quarles, Mitchell. South Africa: Open Election Changes Country’s Future – Apartheid
  • Former Football Players Arrested – William Keltee, Eddie Thompson
  • WKYU-FM Wins Award for News Story
  • WKYU-TV to Show Kentucky Derby Special
  • 1994 Marsupial Awards
  • People Poll: How Are You Preparing for Finals Week?
  • Clingerman, Ann. There’s No Shame In Being Yourself
  • Editor’s Hotline – Right-to-Life, Advertising, College Heights Herald, Women’s Studies, Recreation Students, Housing & Residence Life, Comic Strip
  • King, Kevin. Thanks for Including Pep Band – Music
  • Kirby-DeChristina, LaNita. Respect Part-Time Faculty Too
  • Shadowen, Herb. Snell Hall No Longer a Campus Priority
  • Poe, Retta. Protect Rights of All – Michael Fay
  • Vanhooser, Brian. Thanks for Saving My Truck – WKU Police, Parking Lots, Floods
  • Mallon, T.J. On-Campus Housing Fees Expected to Increase – Housing & Residence Life
  • Root, Tonya. Year-End Banquet Recognizes Award Winners, Officers – Student Government Association
  • Scholarships to Help Local Students
  • Wilson, Sherry. Professors Don’t Sweat Missed Snow Days
  • Quarles, Mitchell. Students Use ID Cards to Save Money Abroad
  • Cecil, Jill. Retirement Isn’t the End for Some Faculty
  • Kemp, Bill. Professors Need Jobs Too
  • Cecil, Jill. Affirmative Action Committee Ensures Fair Hiring – Equal Employment Opportunity
  • Sargent, Rebecca. Spring Means a Shot in the Arm to Some – Allergies
  • Root, Tonya. Student Government Association Cuts Corners With Budget
  • Kemp, Bill. Warm Weather Tempting Some Students Not to Go to Class
  • Daniels, Jerry. Survey Says Jobs More Available This Year
  • Varney, Dennis. Disc Golf May Come to the Bottom of the Hill – Frisbees
  • Parson, Eric. Western’s Own: Roger Bivin – Facilities Services
  • Edwards, Don. Loans: It’s Payback Time for Graduates – Student Financial Aid
  • Faculty Senate Meeting Today
  • David Lee Recommended for Dean – Potter College of Arts & Letters
  • Broadbent, Stephanie. Health Insurance: Recent Grads Have to Start Paying
  • Sargent, Rebecca. Students Keep Busy During the Summer
  • Wilson, Sherry. Professorship Gives Faculty Time, Money – Willson Wood Professorship, Frank Steele
  • Cecil, Jill. Billy Smith Announces Plans to Seek Agriculture Post
  • Ang, Dawn. Nursing Department Proposing Addition of Master’s Program
  • Advertising Students Capture Regional
  • International Festival Set May 3
  • Caps, Gowns Available Next Week
  • Good, Epha. Beatlemania – Concerts, Entertainment
  • Gunnoe, James. New Phish CD Shows Diversity
  • Edwards, Don. Some Students Not Ready to Go Home
  • Bernardy, Alan. Six-Pack of New Bands Gains Recognition – Music Review
  • Frakes, Jason. Tops Cling to Postseason Hopes – Baseball
  • Frakes, Jason. Paul Kilgus’ Trip to the Ballpark Turns Into Day at the Office – Baseball
  • Batters, Tom. Matt Kilcullen Working Hard in the Off Season – Basketball
  • Scott, Michael. Curtiss Long Splits Team for Three Different Meets – Track & Field
  • Varney, Dennis. Equestrian Team Rides to Nationals
  • Nations, Jeff. Robert Jackson Still Waiting By the Phone – Football
  • Basketball Team Gives Awards


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