Dedication of Brice Scientific Hall; Erodelphian and Miami Union Societies to be Addressed by Andrew C. Kemper; Commencement; Annual Alumni Reunion; University Catalogues; Miami University Athletic Association; Brice Scientific Hall; Miami in the...
'Baccalaureate Discourse Delivered by President W.O. Thompson; Class Day Exercises; Governor McKinley Will Deliver an Address; Rev. Geo. W.F. Price; Commencement; Hon. John W. Noble; Raymond M. Hughes, Valedictorian; Misuse of the Library; Song to...
Robert White McFarland; The Herron Gymnasium; Intercollegiate Debate; Library Hours; University Notes; Day of Prayer for Colleges; Dr. Myers a Lecturer; Professor Chapman's Lecture; President Johnson's Address; Conference De M. Fortier; The...
Varsity Debate With Cincinnati Tomorrow Night; Hardigg Sexton Elected Captain; Phi Beta Kappa Will Give Prize Examinations; New Chapel is Dedicated by the Y.W.C.A.; April 26th Set for Girls' Issue; Colleges to Aid Catholic Church
Delta Tau's and Phi Kaps Lead List in Intra-Mural Basket Ball Race; Professors Attend Educational Meeting; Cold Causes Much Damage in Houses of the Fraternities; Senate Officers Chosen in Forum Meeting Friday; Debate Try-Outs May be Held Monday...
'Four Awards to be Given at Assembly; Students to Hear Charles Sawyer Speak, October 20; Fraternity to Dedicate House at Homecoming; Dr. B.L. French Opens Student Peace Seminar; Four Hundred Students Attend Loafers Club Meeting Saturday Night'
Senate Passes New Rules Tuesday Night; S-W Music Festival Attracts Record Total of Entries; Frosh to Hold Class-Directed Strut in Gym; Press Blamed for Present Military Frenzy in America; Scholarship Data May be Obtained From Dr. St. John
'Army, Navy To Present Reserve Enlistment Plans; Philip C. Shera Saves Lives By Own Death; Grupe To Present Final Vocal Recital Sunday Afternoon; Former Miamian Dies In Air Crash; UC, Miami vie for Burkhardt Cup On May 30'
'Student-Faculty Council Debates Conservation; Hambleton Appointed Chairman; China In Wartime To Be Discussed By Paul Wiant; Thinclads Report To Coach Rider, Freshman Eligible; Toby, Foreseeing Card Victory, To Visit St. Louis In Full Regalia'
Freshman Council Election Date Set; Pop Concert to Spotlight Two Soloists; Seventeen Seniors Chosen Candidates for Who's Who; Dollars for Destiny to Assist Unfortunate Fellow Students Embittered by Global War
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
Red Cap Tours New York City; Miami U. Dedicates Scott Hall; Fire Destroys Housing Unit; University Adopts Rule Regarding Frosh Comp; MU Library Stacks Furnish Author with Idea for Mystery Novel Plot; Fraternities to Compete in Barbershop Contest
Foreign students Assemble, Millett Addresses Reception; Governor Repeats Conference; New Wing Added During Summer; Appropriation Bill Dies, Legislature Bursts Boiler; Students Express Discouragement at Closing of State Purse Strings
Program Board, Freshmen Sponsor Weekend Dances; COP Chairman Speaks Monday; Three Profs Leave for ICA Conferences; Gardens Flowers Expected to Bloom One More Week; Shankar, Olshansky Fill MU Weekend with Sitar, Piano
Regents Board Proposal Ready for Floor Debate; Cuban Troubles Spread to Brazil, Venezuela; New Campus Groups Hold Initial Sessions; Record-Breaking Freshman Schramm Speeds to Victory; Students Organize New TV Program
Schools Cooperate in Regional Center; Number of Foreign Students Drops, Wilson Suggests Expanded Program; Council Names Phelps as New Oxford Mayor; Tshombe Indicates He Wants No Part of Newly Formed Congo Government; City Design Enlarges Plan for...
The Cluster Concept - An Answer to Growing Enrollments; Senate Views Advantage Of Used Book Exchange; Expulsion Looms for Senators With Unexcused Senate Absences; Small Extras Make Hahne Livable Though Not Done;
Commission Examines University Policy Making; Skins Revenge OU Bobcats in 24-21 Triumph; Professor, Course Evaluation Book To Be Published; Student Named to Search Committee; University To Share Cost of Color TV Sets
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
Power Plant Conforms to Anti-Pollution Laws; Burke, Fink Victorious in Senate Elections Tally; Burke Outlines Future Plans; Allen Found Guilty in Swan Slaying; Katz Claims Conspiracy Behind Assassination of John Kennedy; Mark Smith Speaks on...
Visitation Plan Advances to SAC; Administrators Still Opposed to 25-Hour; Rush Shows Increase; Energy Crisis May Affect Summer Classes; Miami Rescues Migrant Program; Levy, Requirement Option Needed; Moloney, Language for Liberal Education;...
University Levies Facilities Fee to Help Fight Spiraling Costs; New Stadium to Rise Near Millet Hall; MU Lowers Admission Standards, Enrollment Reaches Record High; Regents Budget Shows $550 Million Increase; Kucek Hurls Way to Majors
Miami Charges Preacher with Disorderly Conduct; Candlewood Bus Helps Long Trek to Campus; Low Water Tank Creates Second Local Shortage; Prelims No Go; Miami Animosity Closes Red-E-Text, Owner Claims; Workshop Collects Data
Legal Advice Sought for Spring Carnival; MU Team Takes Model UN Award; Anti-Environmental Legislators Face Dirty Dozen Campaign; Lack of Writing Ability Seen as National Scandal; Summer Jobs May be Tough Without Contacts