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

  • Cecile, Jill. Ignoring Pleas, Council on Higher Education Raises Tuition
  • Frakes, Jason. Football’s Chances in Ohio Valley Conference Alive
  • Whipple, Catherine. Debate on C Proposal Continuing – Grades
  • Cecil, Jill. Al Gore: David Adkisson Gets Last-Minute Boost – Elections, Politics
  • Student Reports Rape in Dorm – Bates-Runner Hall
  • Faculty Senate to Talk About WKU Foundation
  • Curtis, Stacy. Editorial Cartoon Raising Tuition
  • Chelf, Carl. Nick Kafoglis Supports Education – Election, Politics
  • Council on Higher Education Not Listening to Students – Tuition
  • Harper, Kim. It Felt Like Harassment – WKU Police
  • Bussey, Charles. Dr. Nick Kafoglis Is Right Choice
  • People Poll: Do You Think that Political Mud-Slinging Is a Good Way to Win Campaigns?
  • Brown, Mark. Politics of Separation Not A Laughing Matter – Elections
  • Editor’s Hotline – NYPD Blue, Curtiss Long, Parking, Deaths, Rocco’s Pizza, University Libraries, Track Conditions
  • Hutchins, Chris. Killers’ Minds Nice Place to Visit, Horrible Place to Stay – Raymond Holmes, John Ramsey
  • Weber, Rob. Students Test Wheelchairs on Hill – Americans with Disabilities Act
  • Brown, Karen. NCAA Checking State of Western’s Athletics
  • Brown, Karen. Chris Robinson, Darrin Horn Shine in Tops’ First Scrimmage – Basketball
  • Nations, Jeff. Penalties, Fumbles Cost Team Win – Football
  • Soccer Falls Short in Conference Championship
  • Kyle Chapman to Redshirt This Season – Basketball
  • Bernardy, Patrick. Swimmers Jump Out to 4-0 Start – Swimming
  • Vickrey, Eric. Volleyball On Six-Game Win Streak


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