W.P. Roudebush to Leave Miami; Y.M.C.A. Set Up Model Bar for Dry Students; Recensio Receives Favorable Comment in New York City; Many Changes to be Made in Main Building; Miami Man Makes Unthought of Discovery; Frats Abolished Greeks in Arms
'Minimum Loses Life in Airplane Crash; Big Building Program Now On; New Dean of Arts College Assumes Duties of Office; New Gyms Plans Complete, Work To Begin Soon; M.E. Ministers Hold Convention As Univ. Guests; Upham Addresses Univ. Senate;...
Miami To Share In World Wide Vergilian Observance; Ohio Wesleyan President To Address First Vesper; Arts Dean Attends Hiram Inauguration; Dr. Todd Appointed Governor's Delegate; Scripps Foundation Director Goes To Russia And Orient
'Big Reds Out for Wesleyan Scalp in Fray; Beta Kappa, Theta Sig Awarded Cups; Recensio Campaign Is Well Under Way; ''Torchbearers'' Brighten Stage With Kelly Wit; Pep Rally To Be Prelude To Gala Week-end'
'H. Hobson Speaks at Vesper Services; Faculty Recital to Feature Miss Lyon; Grads Return as Homecoming is Great Success; Men's Debate Team Picked, Ten Chosen to Carry Out Plans; Miami Loses to Ohio Weslyan by Score 23-30'
Wickenden to Speak at Vesper Services; Congressman to Speak Here on Thurs. Morning; Cast Being Chosen for Mid-Year Play; Miami Grads Given Recognition in New Who's Who Edition; Model Proposed for McGuffey Memorial
'Coach Stagg To Speak At ''M'' Banquet; Prexy Elected To Office At Meeting; Miss Crawford To Give Piano Recital; Cincy Prof. To Give Lecture Here Thurs.; Cartwright Chosen For All-State Team; Three New Classes Start For Women'
Sophomore Hop King Elected by Soph Girls; Lecture on Rome at Archeological Club; Play to be Given in Next Assembly; Beta Pi Theia to Hold Initiation; College Editors to Tour to Cincinnati for Spring Meeting; Prof. Mead to Give Organ Recital Dec. 12
Prof. Mead to Give Recital In Muncie; Sophomore Hop Attended by Record Crowd; Students to Pick Junior Prom Band; Students of Music Dept. Give Recital at Oxford Chapel; Musical Program is Feature of Vespers
Construction Work Resumed on Buildings; Miami Featured in February College Humor; Blue Key Awards Frosh Scholarship; Dramatist Appears at Assembly Hour; University Member of Art Institute; Conventions Attract Many Professors at Holidays; Atlanta...
Betty Moore Suffers Appendicitis Attack; Lorado Taft Honored by Art Organization; Fraternities and Sororities Complete Rushing Period; Valentine Varsity Planned After Game; Recensio Contest Photographs Due
Symposium on Religion to be Held on Sunday; Four Seniors are Given Fellowships; Phi Kappa Tau Takes Both Cups for Scholarship; Science Academies Hold Meeting Here; 'In a Garden' to be Presented by Faculty Tonight
'Flyers, Reds Mix for Dads; Chest Drive Campaign Totals $6,055; N. Shaw Plays Starring Role of Kind Lady; Constance Carpenter to Take Leading Role in First Artists Presentation Monday Night; Cwens Convention to Assemble Here'
'Jose Iturbi, World-Famous Pianist, to Appear Here Thursday in Withrow Court; News Forums Gain Approval of Honoraries; World Peace Topic of Y Conference; Sigma Chi Officials Visit Alpha Group; Speech Group to Broadcast Play on WLW'
Unknown Group Circulates Petition Asking Wilton's Resignation; Money For University Buildings Sought by Bricker; Mr. R. Nuckles to be Speech Staff Addition; Students Pass CPT Physical Examinations; Havighurst Writes Saga of Modern Sea Warfare;
Religion-In-Life Week Opened by Dr. Morgan; Dr. Warmingham to be Lecturer at Next Assembly; Prof. Montgomery Named Librarian; Dr. J.H. Cotton Talks at Vespers Services Sunday; Big Red to Face Nine '42 Games; Civil Liberties Study Led by Prof....
Miami Ranked Among Top Ten- In Fee and Tuition Costs, That Is; New Rules Specified for Parties in Dorms; Aguilera to be Resident Scholar; Alumni Gifts May Slump With the Economy; Requirements Vary for Grad Schools; Economic Issues Dominate Campaign
OU Recruitment Philosophy a Success, Outdraws MU; Landlords Seeking Lower Inspection Fee; University Tries to Save $100,000 in Electrical Bills; Delta Sigma Theta Returns to Miami; They Are Looking for a Few Good Voters
Friends Hold Memorial for Kristin Emmons; Second 'Redskins' Debate Held; AIDS Poster Ignited Debate; $2000 Raised at T-Shirt Action; K A Order Comes Forward with Stolen Goods; City Council Tightens Grip on Oxford Landlords; Pearson Takes a Bow;...
Oxford Commons, Hahne Hall Rape Trial Begins; Dean of Education and Allied Profession Resigns; Risser Addresses Issues of Diversity, Athletics with WMUB; Krebs Re-elected to Ohio House; Oney Wins Re-election
City May Tighten Party Laws; School Levy Fails Again; Fraternity Receives Sanctions; Statistics Department Has Lowest GPA at MU; Esteemed Business Professor Dies; Tribute Planned for English Instructor
University to correct RedHawk logo; Health center cuts free HIV testing; 2011 Greek recruitment draws big numbers; MU athletic fees rank high; Performing Arts Series supports community; Revamped 1809 Room remains popular eatery;
Library schedule returns to 24 hours; 'Scalp Song' replacement remains in limbo, whooping continues; Virtual learning makes snow days obsolete; Athletic internships prepare students; Old plate logos face wrong way; Chi Psi fraternity finds new...
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