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Issue misnumbered as Vol. 75, No. 17


WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news.

  • Karen, Mattias. Gift Will Change Looks of Campus – Guthrie Bell Tower
  • Back, Shannon. On His Own – Corey Nett, Handicapped Persons
  • Brown, Abbey. Health Fee May Go to Academics – Student Fees
  • Gaines, Jim. Policy Up for Review by Regents – Post-Tenure Review, Faculty
  • Alcohol Policy Decision Stalled By Bureaucracy
  • Tabor, Chris. Editorial Cartoon Halloween
  • Harper, Molly. Cover Your Eyes, the Scary Part’s Coming Up – Halloween
  • Is There A Class You Would Recommend to Other Students?
  • Brown, Abbey. Student Government Association Doles Out $12,500 to Campus Organizations
  • Knox, Malcolm. Telling Tales of Terror – Ghosts, Folk Studies
  • Hutchins, Chris. Columnist Takes Serious Approach for One Week – Entertainment
  • Gladney, Stephanie. Test Flight – John Moseley, Airplanes, Flying
  • Donelson, Andrew. Meningitis Vaccine Advised
  • Ragan, Jason. Junk Collection Saturday – Warren County Household Hazardous Waste Day
  • Brown, Abbey. Admissions Director Hired – Finley Woodard
  • Johnson, Kenesha. 130 Person Choir to Perform John Rutter’s Gloria – Music
  • Sutton, Lyndsay. Western Gears Up for Weekend Matches – Soccer
  • Clark, Ryan. Football to Face Last Conference Opponent
  • Brewer, Jerry. Western Football Fans Should Stop Being Fickle with Young Team
  • Brewer, Jerry. Lady Tops Trying to Regroup – Volleyball
  • Sutton, Lyndsay. Swimming Teams Open Seasons Tomorrow
  • Yeo, Chris. Cross Country Ready for Conference – Track & Field
  • Sutton, Lyndsay. Lady Tops Picked to Finish Third in Sun Belt Conference – Basketball
  • Clark, Ryan. Topper Men Picked to Finish Fourth in Conference – Basketball


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