Botany Professor Barnum Selected as Director of Miami Honors Program; Student Senate Bill Proposes to Cut Elected Senate Seats; Student Affairs Council Panel Working to Combat Crime at University, Oxford
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
City Council Votes to Topple Tower; Virginia Ends Miami Men's Big Dance in Second Round; Political, Religious Groups to Receive Funding; Risser Stresses Student, Prof Communication, Associate Registrar Dies;
Kidsfest Successful, New Events Draw Crowds; Delta Kappa Epsilon Faces Possible Suspension for Hazing Violations; First-Year Student Struck by Car, Cited by Police; Miami Junior Elected to National PRSSA Office; Alberto Alessi-Anghini Stresses...
Pletsch Resigns, Tower to Stay Put for Now; Gas Leak Fixed Fast; First-Year Admitted to Hospital for Rare Blood Disease; Interdisciplinary Business and Science Studies Prepare Students for Changing Corporate Needs; Sorority Dedicates Time to...
Parking Changes Proposed, Number of Cars to be Reduced; GLBA Awareness Week a Success, Incites Campus Controversy; Alpha Omicron Pi Makes a Splash with Arthritis Patients; Thousands March for Women's Rights, Against Violence
Earth Day celebrates 25 years; Earth Day sparks growing concern; Network raises students awareness; School to start a week later next year, no loss of teaching days; Dining halls to offer, more variety, flexibility and comfort next year
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 Debate Continues; City Orders Bruto's Cart to Stroll Elsewhere; English Professor's Work Awarded, Pierce Receives Award for Fiction Novel; Southard Enthusiastic About Council's Abilities; Mike DeWine, U.S. Senator, Miami Grad; Fantanarosa...
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...
MU Lowers Heritage Commons Rent; 2 Courses Added to Lux Program; Student Produces Film For 10, 000; MU Retiree Society Offers Benefits to Past Employees; Plan B Usage on the Rise at Miami; Local Hall of Fame Inducts 10
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