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

  • Gagliardi, Melissa. Rob Evans Faces Early Test on Moving to A New Level While Keeping Old Traditions – Volunteerism, Regents
  • Ritchie, Christa. WKU Police Denied Four Officers – Community Oriented Policing Services
  • Lowe, Karin. Subpoena: Ted Turner Taps WKYU-TV – Turner Broadcasting Systems, Inc., Lawsuits, Federal
  • Communications Commission
  • Becker, Lori. Part-Time Faculty Finally Get Paid – Salaries, Budget
  • Student Appeals His Expulsion – John Taylor, Student Disciplinary Committee
  • Hutchins, Chris. Editorial Cartoon Moving to a New Level vs Americans with Disabilities Act
  • Americans with Disabilities Act Opening Doors
  • Editor’s Hotline – Commencement, Football, Black History Month, Meredith Hall, Segregation, Cheerleaders, Integration
  • People Poll: What Can People On Campus Do to Help Others With Disabilities?
  • Miller, Kristen. Spring Break: Once Again I’m Doing Nothing
  • Rees, Woody. Blacks Shouldn’t Use the N Word
  • Ayer, David. Lady Toppers Need Support During Games – Basketball
  • Chandler, Nicole. Student Escort Service Should Be More Accessible
  • Quarles, Mitchell. Tolerance Running Low These Days – Black History Month
  • Wilson, Sherry. Black Women Find Sisters In Each Other – Sororities
  • Wilson, Sherry. Displays Promote Black Role Models – Black History Month
  • Leonard, Shannon. More Students Tested for HIV After Break – AIDS, Student Health Services
  • Pendleton, Shannon. Topperettes Headed to National Contest – Universal Dance Association
  • Gagliardi, Melissa. Campus Cleanup Starts Today – Student Government Association
  • Gagliardi, Melissa. Resolution Asks for List of Dead Employees – Memorial Tree Program, Student Government Association
  • Lamastus, Kim. Towing Numbers Have Plummeted
  • Restaurant Inspections
  • Root, Tonya. Apartment Fire Displaces Students – 1211 Kentucky Street
  • Grundy, Julie. Budget: Performance-Based Funding Becoming More Crucial
  • Grundy, Julie. Mathematics Professors Trying to Help Students Get Into Right Classes – Joe Stokes, Orientation, Advisement & Registration, OAR
  • Hutchins, Chris. Phoenix Theatre Rises to a New Season – Community Theater, Patricia Taylor, Bill Leonard, Beverly Veenker, Ron Veenker
  • The Butterflies Based on Riveting, True Story – Book Review
  • Scott, Michael. Wimp Sanderson Coming to Diddle Arena Tonight – Basketball
  • Vickrey, Eric. Baseball Team Drops Season Opener 13-11
  • Scott, Michael. Darius Hall More Mature
  • Ida Bowen Ready to Contribute Again After Should Surgery
  • Kelly, Kevin. Christina Brown, Eric Kemp Expected to Lead Track Team – Track & Field
  • Lega, Stephen. Team Not Worried About Layoff – Tennis
  • Soccer Signs Dixie Heights Defender Chris Powers
  • Kelly, Kevin. Local Stars Missing from Program – Basketball


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