President Files University Report; Pierce Will Lead 15 Football Team; Miami Band Will Be Permanent; M.U. Library Gets Another Addition; Dr. Powell Writes From England; Miss Norris Speaks at Y.W.C.A.; Oxford Women Pledge Money; Miami Professor Again...
Nine Times Over the Top is Topic of Sergeant Gordon's War Lecture; Rumors of Shortage in Coal are False; Two Miami Professors are Offered Responsible Positions in Paris YM Work; Severe Snowstorm Cannot Stop Final Miami Dress Parade; Organ Recital...
'Heaviest Vote of Recent Years Cast in Spring Election; Professor Kuhne Appointed on Committee to Place Teachers of French and Spanish; Gunn Mattern '17, Loses Life While Training at Aviation Flying School'
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
'Opening Of Big Drive Marked By Enthusiasm Republican Club Brings Community Famous Speakers; Percy Steele, Crimson Star Will Assist Cap. Little; Percy MacKaye And Family Arrive In Oxford; St. Xavier's Eleven Easily Defeated By Big Red Team'
Senator Pomerene To Address Class; Honorary Societies Elect New Members; Changes In Faculty For Next Semester; Student Elections Free From Politics; R.H. Young To Be Next Years Editor; Miami Nine Defeats Bearcats At Oxford
Dr. W.W. Boyd Will Join Famous Group; 1922-23 Lyceum Card is Announced by Minnich; Fighting Big Reds Defeat Ohio Northern; Twilight Recital to be Given Soon; Large Telescope is Purchased for Astronomy Department
Opera is Feature of Lyceum Opening; Dr. B. M. Davis Presents Miami at Bowling Green; Big Red Team Loses Hard Battle to Denison; Who Shall Go To College is Vital Topic of the Day; Sophomores Elect Officers for 1922
Stephen Leacock to Lecture at Miami; Russell Duke Composes Music for Scarlet Mask; Percy McKaye Delivers Talk at Western Reserve; Prof. Robinson Speaks on 'Religion and Evolution'; Lothrop Stoddard to Talk on Monday; Duane Mohr Found in Southern...
Frederic Libby is Speaker at Chapel; Honors to Professor of Botany at Miami; Dr. Shideler Conducts Fraternity Installation; Dean Minnich Leaves for Long Trip Through South; Spanish Club Formed; Whitcomb Lectures on Industrial Arts
Frank Hannaford to Edit Miami Student; Rex Elected to Senate Presidency; Vera Bevington to Study in France; Dr. C.E. Carter Writes on Historical Topic; Judge Elam Fisher called by Death; Louise Stevenson Leads Girl's Student Council
Journalistic Fraternity Appears on Miami Campus; Well-Known Briton Talks to Students; Evanston Preacher Speaks at April University Service; Literary Magazine to Appear in May; Miss Libby Talks Before Alethenai; New Delt House About Completed