Proposal to Give Scott Hall to Men Arouses Coeds Ire; Hockey Club Crashes, Two Still in Hospital; Petty Thievery Common on College Campuses; Liberties Board Has Membership of Two, Greenberg Says No; Attorney Criticizes Underage Drinkers
Remaining Viet Forum Speakers to Present Different Views; Senate Leaves Constitution in Same Form After Much Debate; Students Added to Faculty Sub-Committees; Broadcasting Offers Chances For Women in Mans Field; Frohlich Receives Commission for...
Civil Rights Investigation Planned Here; No State Support, Inflation Cause Possible Fee Hike; Consultant Named To Study University Plan; USO Selects University Theater For Tour of Overseas Institutions; January Date Selected For Vote On Senate
Student Senators Elected to Seats, Voter Turnout Reaches 38 Percent; Steytler Found Guilty, Sentenced Indefinitely; Kitchen is Problem Off-Campus; Inter-Racial Conference Meets; White Racism Causing Problems, Cheap Aristocracy Builds Scapegoat
Group Probing Western Community, Curriculum; Two Days of Brecht; Home Ec Settles in Education School; No Growth Projected For MU; Project To Cover Aging; American 'Language Conceit'; Leadership Conference Explores Higher Education
Poor Telephone Service Blamed on Low Rates; City To Celebrate Bicentennial; ZBT Says It Will Still Rush In Winter, Is Still Active; Registrar Warns Against Improper Transcripts; City Council Establishes Bike Parking Committee; Sanna Clears Air for...
Pilot Project Studies Textbook Ordering; Symphony Gets New Harp but Has No One to Play It; Public Study Areas Now Open to Students; Committee Planning for International Miami; Task Force to Have More Than One Student
Outbreak of Salmonella Forces Dining Hall Closing; Miami Claims Area Mans Property, Must Pay $50, 000; Bursar Plans Bad Check Policy; RA's request Salary Increase; Three Financial Aid Programs Run Out of Money; Runners Lose 1st Dual Since 78; Miami...
Western Council urges merger consideration; Dining Hall remains closed; AIESEC told by Alumni Affairs office to curtail corporate fund solicitation; Allegations of illegal student voting untrue, County Board of Elections probe concludes
Labor Department Continues Investigation at Miami; Counterfeit Twenties Turn Up in Oxford; Students Complain of Inadequate Career Advising; Apartment Building Boiler Explodes; Rape Rumors Unfounded; Upham Fire Called Suspicious; Stadium Funds Still...
New Phone System Can Track Calls; Crime Plagues Library; Nations Campuses Raise Fees; Condoms are Needed; Robbery in Richard Hall Results in $2000 Damage; Court to Decide Control Over School Newspapers; Taiwan-US Trade a Problem
Indiana Man Charged with Assault After Confrontation; Students for Peace Question Covert Operations; Miami to Give Books to New University; Audubon Society Seeks Support of Passage of Timber Reform Act; Professor Emeritus Researches Works of Twain;...
Miami Grad Taken Hostage; Student Found Dead in Shideler Hall Friday;Plans for Credit Union Nearing Finalization; WMUB Receives Federal Grant for Advertising; Air Force Rates ROTC Excellent; Miami AIESEC Receives National Awards; MU Ecology...
7 Rugby Players Guilty of Sexual Harassment; U. Senate Debates Text Sales Ethics; Polluted Materials Seep Into Local Soil; New Miami Advertising Club Promotes Uptown Businesses; AIESEC-Miami Receives Honors Including National Top Ten Status
ASG Primary Election Today; Holocaust Survivor Shared his Story with Miami; Alba Craft Clean-Up Nears Completion; Hepatitis B More Prevalent than AIDS, FDA Says; U. Senate Debates Faculty Grievance Procedures
Crime lab finds new leads; Talawanda settles with former MU professor; Hawk Talk focuses on solutions; Grads teach to help poor schools;University, Oxford expecting compensation for landfill costs; Alcohol consumption may prove to be regulated by...
State Dept. Whistle-Blower Visits MU; Administration Passes on Donation to MBA Program; DeWine, Brown to Debate Fri; Forum Will Discuss Climate of Religious Diversity at Miami; Group Travels Abroad to Aid Needy Children; IMS Class Creates DVD, Wins...
MU faculty use leaves for research; Brick Street owners try hand at tossing pizza, grilling burgers; Study concludes, analysis continues on women's moods, habits; Diplomats discuss issues; Campus job applications rise
Fee frenzy: Students question meal plan cost; Panel on Russia and Ukraine hits home for MU students & staff; Miami's selfless servant; Resurrected club offers new way to see world; 50 years later, Freedom Summer lives on;
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