Dr. Upham To Speak At Assembly Thurs.; School Of Fine Arts' Dean Comes To Miami Highly Recommended; Queer Effects Come After Fake 'Student'; DaCruz Speaks At Phi Sigma Meeting; Spanish Professor Gets Appointment
University Approves Newly Organized Local Fraternities; Quakers Sponsor Industrial Plant Internship Plan; Job Bureau to Arrange Interviews; Redskin Reservation Makes Grand Opening; Fine Arts Structure Started
Experts Lecture on India, Baerwald Host Guest Speakers; Graduate Fellowships Aid Students Seeking Education; Kennedys Program Well Liked; Nayar Discusses Problems Facing Indian Government; Zeller is Unanimous MAC Pick
President Continues Student Breakfasts; Friday Final Set for Directories; Deans Study Possibilities for Change in Present Off-Campus Housing Rules; No-Grading Plan Gets More Study; Snowstorm Causes Electrical Failure
New Visitation proposal planned; Twelve arrested in drug raids; Self-awareness, sharing cap women's liberation conference; Students, profs bugged by Watergate affair; Petition to push bill adding students, faculty to state board;
Praxis Printing of Staff Salaries Called Bad Taste; ASG Weighs State College Info Center; Morgenstern Says Sunshine Bill is Long Overdue; Parseghian Takes a Bow at Miami; Rains Spoil Some Plans, but Do Not Dampen Spirits; Telecare Promotes Contact...
City 'Yea' to Marijuana Marks Ohio First; Color Codes Cause Ballot Mixup on Liquor Issue at Lab School; Ohioans to Rhodes No Thanks; Title IX to Tip Sex Scales Toward Women; ASG Lends Support to Senate Bill Group; Pro-Liquor Leaflets Top Election...
Tenure Becoming Issue of the 80's; Legal Aid Offered Despite Boards Action; Faculty Involvement in Student Activities Stressed by Pearson; Deans Now Responsible for Recognizing 4.0's; Miami Continues Minority Support Programs; Graduate Speaks on...
Lowery Stresses Interracial Unity; Report Urges Change in Miami Governance; Business School Toughens Its Entrance Requirements; Afghanistan; Miami Musicians Offer Clinics for High Schoolers; Leong Teaches Safe Combat
Trustee Resigns in Frustration; Minority Enrollment Declines 5 Percent from 1991-92 Totals; FYI Programs Encourage Interaction, Helps to Reduce First-Year Student Angst; Rec Center Plans on Hold in Wake of Budget Crunch; Miami Cuts $5.9 Million
Snyder Recognized as Exemplary Parents; Library Renovation Nears End of 1st Phase; Miami's Educational Leadership Partners with Dayton on Project; Mexican Restaurant Flourishes in Oxford; Clinton Offers Alternative Plan on Global Warming; Stout to...
Religious Organizations File Suit; Bruno's Lot Story Had Factual Errors; MU Alumnus Shares Ideas on How to Make Most of College; Gaskill to House New Computer Lab Next Fall; RedHawks Wage War on Defending MAC Champs; Walker Modest with Coaching...
Decision Made in Eviction Case; Sexual Assault Program Targets Men; Greek Philanthropy Events Donate Money; Mass Communications Widens Admissions; Russian Leader Explains Setbacks; Critical Mass Comes to Oxford; County to Hold Job Fairs; CD-ROM...
Football Coach Resigns; Miami Leads Ohio in Graduation Rates; Rotary Club Offers Scholarship; West Chester Opens Fire Station; Taft Aims to Raise Excise Tax; Student Group Plans Anti-War Gathering; Oxford Police Offer Ride-Along Program
Speaker Condemns U.S. Occupation; Debate Team Dominates Motor City Tournament; Shriver, Marcum to Serve on Sundays; Students See File Sharing as OK; Kidney Transplants Made Easier; Red Cross Chapters Consolidate
OPD Issues Student 5 Charges and DUI; MU to Award 99 Ohio Students Full Scholarships; Debate Team Makes National Tourney For 5th Consecutive Year; PSE Brings Home Top Chapter Award for 4th Year in a Row;
Enrollment Down in Class of 2009; Garland to Bid Farewell to MU; 3 First-year Residence Halls Empty this Fall; MU Grad Killed in Iraq; Blaze Destroys Wendy's; OPD Cracks Down on Alcohol Violations; Internships Important in Order to get ahead
Former Student Found Not Guilty of Rape; Judicial Affairs Reforms System; Newspaper Program Reduced; Starbucks now at 5 Miami Dining Halls; Berkeley Prof Speaks at Benton Hall; Wireless Connections Featured Uptown; Acquittal of Landis Major...
Miami Increases Room Rates to $8,100; MU Waives Tulane Students Tuition; Women's Health Activist Speaks at Shriver; Jerusalem Post Writer Speaks on Gaza Strip Disengagement Mon.; Sweet Temptations to Close; Pakistani Leader Speaks to Students;...
Miami Animal Testing Facilities Consolidated in Psych Building; Housing Season Kicks Off in Oxford; Miami Geography Department Celebrates 100th Birthday; City Develops New Road Plan; Ohio, Other States Earn F for College Affordability; Parking...
AK Steel Proposes End to Labor Dispute; Nat'l Delta Zeta Actions Bring Debate to Oxford; Boehner's Open Door Policy Visit Sparks Discussion on War in Iraq; Women's Center Hosts Read-In; Police Presence at King Dependent on Man Power
CBS Anchor Makes Speech Personal; Hodge to Visit Lux Campus, Speak with Leaders About Location Change; MU Releases Bulletin After Uptown Incident; Student Leader Offers Job Advice; ASG Boasts High Voter Turnout in Election
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