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

  • Voter Guide – Patti Minter, Benjamin Lawson
  • DeLetter, Emily. Construction of First-year Village Slated to Begin – Housing & Residence Life
  • Austin, Emma. Will Local Voters Make Warren County Wet? – Alcohol
  • Austin, Emma. Fraternity Member Brings Firearm to Float Site – Delta Tau Delta / Chi Omega
  • Dobbs, Jack. Kentucky Museum Hosts Celebration of WKU Professors – Jim Wayne Miller, Mary Ellen Miller
  • DeLetter, Emily. WKU to Host Annual International Education Week
  • DeLetter, Emily. Kentucky Museum to Establish Youth Scholarship
  • DeBerry, Kierra. Organizations Provide Resources to Victims of Domestic Violence
  • Bowling Green City Commissioners
  • Coyle, Cameron. So Bad They’re Good Horror Movies on Netflix
  • Allen, Ellie. Editorial Cartoon re: Social Media Platforms
  • Time to Get Social: School of Journalism & Broadcasting Falls Short in Social Media
  • Dressman, Jake. Marijuana Can Help Reduce Opioid Epidemic in Kentucky
  • Mt. Sterling – Mountain Workshops
  • Webster, Mark. Changing Lives – Life’s Better Together
  • Yaacoub, Sarah. Students with Disabilities Share Their Stories
  • Holland, Kelley. Boba Lounge Brings Bowling Green a Taste of Taiwan
  • Sisler, Julie. Actress Among Three Inducted into Hall of Distinguished Alumni – Becky Baker
  • McCarthy, Casey. Lady Toppers Halt Skid with Pair of Road Wins – Volleyball
  • Jessie, Alec. Square One – Basketball
  • Kizer, Drake. Greg Collins Looking for Hard-working Players to Fill Big Shoes
  • Stahl, Matt. Sustaining Offensive Drives Arises as Newest Issue in Latest Hilltopper Loss – Football


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