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Issue misnumbered as Vol. 70, No. 28


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

  • Gagliardi, Melissa. Department Head Studies Hemp – Luther Hughes, Agriculture
  • Williams, Stacy. Kwanzaa: It’s Not a Black Thing
  • Goetz, Kristina. Home for the Holidays: Thomas Meredith Entertains International Students
  • Cecil, Jill. Universities Wait to Be Compared
  • Students Arrested in Preston Health & Activities Center – John Eberhardt, Kevin Wilson, Togar Alexander
  • Curtis, Stacy. Editorial Cartoon Student Apathy
  • Kinney, Mark. Studies Say Role-Playing Games Not Bad for Kids
  • Don’t Be a Loser – Get Involved – Student Apathy
  • Flanagan, Beth. Cartoon Wasn’t Offensive
  • Mueller, Brian, et al. Resident Assistants Respond to People Poll
  • People Poll: Why Is It Important for Students to Be Involved in Campus Organizations?
  • Brown, Mark. Praise Compliments, Angels When They Appear
  • Editor’s Hotline – Basketball, Bowling Green, Cartoons, Stacy Curtis
  • Nations, Jeff. Chimes in Cherry Hall Could Play New Tunes If CD System Passes Test
  • Lowe, Karin. Parking Signs Changing Over Break – Parking & Transportation
  • Faculty Senate Will Meet at 3:30 This Afternoon
  • Pendleton, Shannon. Campus Religious Groups Lend Helping Hand for Holidays
  • Regents Meeting Postponed Until January
  • Weber, Rob. Helping Others Can Combat the Season’s Blues – Christmas
  • Magazine, Events Win State Awards – Alumni Affairs
  • Wilson, Sherry. Baker Street Café Treats Customers, Nights Differently
  • Davis, Amanda. Holidays Can Be An Escape for Some Western Students – Christmas
  • Hieb, Dan. Paul Sanderford Walks Long, Strange Road Toward 300 Wins – Basketball
  • Brown, Karen. Rainbow Coalition to Evaluate Minority Hiring in Athletics
  • Bernardy, Patrick. Swimmers Claim Second Straight Little Rock Title – Swimming
  • Scott, Michael. Toppers Try to Rebound from Double-Overtime Loss – Basketball
  • Baseball Gets Five Transfers
  • Scott, Michael. Well-Organized Coach Started Career in College with AAU Team – Clynn Cyprien


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