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

  • Grundy, Julie. Western Sues for Police Incentive Payments – WKU Police
  • Anna, Cara. I’m History: Student’s Disciplinary Effort Fails – John Taylor
  • Weber, Rob. Campus $5 Million Away from Compliance, Officials Say – Americans with Disabilities Act
  • Leonard, Shannon. Professor Finds Independence – Ron Milliman, Handicapped Persons
  • Center of Campus Loses Power – Utilities
  • Police Academy Invites Citizens
  • Curtis, Stacy. Editorial Cartoon Salaries
  • Student Escort Service Needs Jump-Start – Student Government Association
  • Hebert, Patrick & Jim Parvin. Seeing Red Over Lack of Support – Basketball
  • Tomaino, Carolyn. Don’t Knock Black History Month
  • People Poll: Is the Student Escort Service a Worthwhile Project?
  • Miller, Kirsten. Decisions: No One Tells You How to Make Them
  • Editor’s Hotline – Student Evaluations, Athletics, Black History Month
  • Brown, Karen. We Must Move Forward Despite Obstacles – Black History Month
  • Health Care Program Gets Two Scholarships – Life Care Scholarships
  • Anna, Cara. Open or Closed? The Debate – Student Disciplinary Committee
  • Simmons, Darryn. HIV Testing Offered Free – AIDS, Student Health Services
  • Williams, Stacy. Drinks Without the Punch – Non-Alcoholic Beverages
  • Hieb, Dan. Women Plan to Start New Streak – Basketball
  • Scott, Michael. Trojans Next for Tops – Basketball
  • Scott, Michael. Higher-Ups Needs to Support Football
  • Vickrey, Eric. Swim Team Hopes to End Season With Win Against Union College – Swimming


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