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

  • Root, Tonya. Lawyer to Fill Two Positions, Thomas Meredith Says – Jim Heck, James Ramsey, University Attorney
  • Weber, Rob. Kappa Alpha On Probation, Will Appeal Decision
  • Cecil, Jill. Voters Worry About Education’s Voice – Elections, Politics
  • Western to Broadcast Forum Live – Elections, Politics
  • Weber, Rob. Task Force Formed to Help Combat Violence
  • Curtis, Stacy. Editorial Cartoon Towing Car Full of Cash
  • Deel, Judy. Western Should Appreciate Faculty, Staff, Students More
  • Roides, Paul. Kristen Miller Makes Good Point – Maturity ­
  • Towing Alumni Not Good Planning – Homecoming, Parking
  • Mialek, Richard. College Heights Herald Too Liberal
  • People Poll: Should the University Open Up Reserved Spots During Special Events? – Parking
  • Miller, Kristen. The Tree of Life Continues to Grow on Hill – Memorial Trees, Student Government Association
  • Thomas, Jerry. Bill Kemp Is Wrong – Minority Scholarships
  • Editor’s Hotline – Xposure, Parking, Homecoming Queen, Gays, Lesbians, College Heights Herald, Sex, Snell Garden Statues
  • Leonard, Shannon. Students Work to Help Change Campus Accessibility – Students Helping Students, Americans with Disabilities Act
  • Good, Epha. New Coordinator Helps Make Phon-A-Thon Success – Donald Smith, Institutional Advancement
  • Gagliardi, Melissa. Personnel from Three Departments Working on Campus Fire Safety
  • Nations, Jeff. Swimmers, Laundry Immersed in Lawsuits – Swimming, Allen Cleaners & Laundry
  • Hutchins, Chris. Costume Parties, Mock Murder Highlight Halloween Weekend Treats
  • Elrod, Scott. Student Gets Fame, Fun from Being in Video – Nancy Bradley, Pam Tillis
  • Jenkins, Rhonda. Breast Cancer Not a Death Sentence
  • Goetz, Kristina. Media Stereotypes; It Doesn’t Have to Be Racism
  • Anthropology Major No Longer in Danger
  • Root, Tonya. Regents May Boost WKU Foundation Holdings
  • Pendleton, Shannon. Dynamite Opera Planned for Spring – Theatre & Dance, Music, Grand Duchess of Gerolstein
  • Rogers, Mike. Thrash or Brood? Glenn Danzig Delivers Dark Dilemma – Music Review
  • Lowe, Karin. Computer Science Continues Search for Department Head
  • Watercolor Exhibit at Kentucky Museum
  • Wilson, Sherry. FOX-40 to Air NYPD Blue
  • Quarles, Mitchell. Student Government Association Rushes Money to Campus Groups
  • Hutchins, Chris. Things That Go Bump In the Night – Halloween, Ghosts, Lynwood Montell
  • Gallagher, Andy. New CD Without a Sound of Creativity – Lenny Kravitz, Music Review
  • Varney, Dennis. Lady Tops’ Close-Knit Ways Net Wendi Huisman – Basketball
  • Scott, Michael. Daryl Houston to Lead More Run-Oriented Offense – Football
  • Hieb, Dan. Fall’s A Foul Without World Series – Major League Baseball, Strikes
  • Western Asks for Dismissal of Former Coach’s Lawsuit – Jody Bingham
  • Hieb, Dan. Cross Country Finally Enters Conference Meet – Track & Field
  • Vickrey, Eric & Dennis Varney. Volleyball Team Heads Into Home Finale With Victory
  • Varney, Dennis. Extra Practice Helping Team – Basketball
  • Brown, Karen. Soccer Gets to Come Home Again – Won’t Stay for Long
  • Equestrian Team Starts Strong
  • Men’s Basketball to Scrimmage
  • Women’s Tennis Finishing Season
  • J.J. Jewell’s Injuries Are Extensive


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