NCAA Ruling on Frosh Eligibility to Reduce Costs in Athletic Dept.; Registration Computer Knows All; Carelessness Cause of Most Dorm Fires; Lack of Interest Ends Classes; Geology Offers 'Lab' in Field;
LA Remains Neutral on Liquor Options; Beer Ban Reduces East End Revenue $6000; Fonda, Hayden Stress Corporate Accountability; Community Leaders Question Liquor Advantages; Jones Struggling Down Long Road to Recovery
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...
Williams to Re-Open in December; Some Pubs Continue B-Day Freebies Despite State Law; Panel Says Campus Minority Life Is Not Easy; Over 50 Percent of Student Body Signs OPIRG Petition; Senate Asks for Hall Condom Dispensers
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
Group Fights Aids Through Education; Condom Dispenser Issue Sparks Campus Disputes; City Seeks State Funds for College Services; Officers Charge City Violated Contract; Skipper's Top Deck Addition; Service Awards Broadened; Miami Recognized for...
Finals Week Expansion Seeks Approval; Budget Could Cost Oxford; Hospital Architects Overlook Permit; Feminist Lectures on Discrimination; Active Season of Protest to be Expected this Month; Miami Graduate to Face Charges in Wife's Slaying; College...
Minority Recruitment Weekend Planned; King Broken Into Early Saturday; Teenager Commits Suicide; Nuclear Fright; Need for Condoms; NROTC Competition Held; Knights, Princesses Meet for Medieval Weekend; Two Colleges Consider Drug Testing Athletes;...
New Budget Proposal Presented to SAC; Surplus Funds Allow Extra Financial Aid to Summer Students; Research May Help Disabled's Future; MME Receives a Lesson in Business Etiquette; Miami Places in Duke Classic
SAC Approves Student Budget; Council Endorses No Drug Testing of MU Personnel; Crosses Stolen Along the Highway to Heaven Lately; Renovated Animal Center Attracts Larger Crowds; Senior Challenge Donations Exceed Previous Years Total; Students...
Pearson Plans AIDS Discussions with Students; Oxford Bids Adieu to Muthers; Voting Crisis at M.U.; Bill Proposed to Convert State Liquor Stores to Private Agencies; King Library Expects Change; College Republican Joins Lukens in D.C.; Oxford City...
Oxford Commons Suffers Extensive Damages; Administration Efforts Thwart Brill Study Area Sit-In Plans; Warner Cable Airs Messages from Neo-Nazi Organizations; Possible New 66 Semester Hour Program Added to Branch Campuses; General Motors Auto Part...
Alumnus Named Coach; Peace Commission Plans to Ignore KKK March; Automatic Teller Machines Resurface in the Res; School Board Discusses Classroom Crowding; Oxford Crisis Center to Offer County-Wide Rape Counseling
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
3 For Free, Program Promotes Responsible Sex; Faculty Will Vote on Grade System; Sigma Nu's Fresh Start A Learning Experience; Accounting Professor Wins Excellence in Education Award; New Coach Joby Wright, A Natural Fit
53 Percent of Miami Women said to have 'Eating Disordered Behavior'; Capstone Experience to Broaden Education; OTO Educates Miami Tenants; Luxembourg Program Expands to Meet Challenge of Changing Europe
Forum Highlights Oxford Recycling Program Options; Mattox Will Retain Position as Dean of Arts and Science; Local Gasoline Prices Follow National Trend; Senate Defines Student Ownership; National Grant Will Help Pay Culler Physics Lab Renovation
University Administrators Prepare for Danger of Static State Budget; Feminist Stresses Integration of Minority Voices in Movement; Asian American Students Seek Unity, Heritage; Miami Students Express Views on Sex; Hazing Attacked in Presentation
Education Budget Promises Fee Hike; Jewish Miami Students Reaction to Policy Mixed; Condom Education Committee Discusses Pending Legislation; Blues Cafe Destroyed by Fire; Talawanda Faces Severe Cuts with or Without May Levy
Oxford Family Looks Forward to Sons Homecoming from Gulf; Sibs Weekend Loses Concert; Alcoholics Address Students, Share Personal Experiences; U. Senate Announces Provost Candidates; Owner Intends to Rebuild Gutted Blues Cafe After Fire
Revised Keg Law Remains Undecided Until April Vote; CourseProf Evaluations Get Mixed Responses; Oxford City Council Postpones Ordinance on handicapped Homes; District Court May Limit Copyright Duplications
MU CARES Causes Scheduling Problems, Frustration; Freshmen Tell Their Story; University's Purchase of the Miami Inn Stirs Controversy; Graduate Students Aim for More Interaction; Board Rejects Automatic Faculty Assembly Referral
Bike Police Patrols Streets; City Council Adopts Plan to Keep Bikers Off City Sidewalks; CROP Walk to Aid Hungry; Summer Program Offers Glimpse of College Life; White Sees Change for Testing Techniques
U. Reconstruction Continues as Aged Buildings Receive Face-Lift; Health Care Plan Nulls Faculty Pay Raise; Looking for a Few Good Role Models; Green Thumbs of Oxford to Get Their Hands Dirty; Sex at Miami, a Special Report