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    • The Miami Student, Vol. 093, No. 18 (Nov. 21, 1969)

    • Vol. 93, No. 18
    • 1969-11-21
    • Henderson Resigns, Referendum Called; Shriver Proposes Realignment of Power Structure; Roth Probation Extended to End Of School Year; Non-Violence To Be Studied; Voices Clarifies Its Membership
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 097, No. 15 (Nov. 13, 1973)

    • Vol. 97, No. 15
    • 1973-11-13
    • Skins Capture MAC Title; Team Offers Four Proposals for Western; Frat Members Want Autonomy; Student Jobs Supplement Aid; Students Should Attempt to Improve Instruction; Miami Educators Debate Faculty Rights, Ethics; The Drought Ends, Mu Reaps MAC...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 102, No. 18 (Nov. 14, 1978)

    • Vol. 102, No. 18
    • 1978-11-14
    • Miami Faculty Divided On Collective Bargaining; Bagel Battle- Vending Service Asked Off Campus; Arts and Science Job Report Favorable; Buckley Will Speak Tonight at Millett Hall; English Course Focuses On Women; AWS Starts Women's Escort Service;...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 103, No. 01 (Aug. 31, 1979)

    • Vol. 103, No. 1
    • 1979-08-31
    • City Claims High Mercury in Water; Merchants Form Chamber of Commerce; Minority Orientation Eases Entry; Hollingsworth Suffers Stroke; The Truth About Title IX; Tuition Freeze Forces Deficit; Bachelor Hall Eases Crowding; Reed Optimistic Despite...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 103, No. 16 (Oct. 26, 1979)

    • Vol. 103, No. 16
    • 1979-10-26
    • 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
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 103, No. 19 (Nov. 6, 1979)

    • Vol. 103, No. 19
    • 1979-11-06
    • Remaining AEPi Members Rebuilding; Unity Day Speakers Stress 'Social Unity'; Bars, Carryouts Cited for State Violations; Addition Includes Gym and Courts; Financial Aid Office Relocates;
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 103, No. 22 (Nov. 16, 1979)

    • Vol. 103, No. 22
    • 1979-11-16
    • Anti-Iranian Rally Fails to Materialize; LA Decides to Keep Low Profile on Iran Protests; Black Miami Faculty Percentage Low; Committee Says Parking Needed; Corporations Want Organism Patents; South Quad Opposes New Dorm; Students Found Guilty;...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 103, No. 28 (Jan. 18, 1980)

    • Vol. 103, No. 28 [Vol. 102, No. 28]
    • 1980-01-18
    • Father files civil suit in Andes case; City calls for removal of Oak Street signs; Council approves testing of two Bachelor crossing plans; Phi Delta Theta house shut down, national blames house drug problem
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 103, No. 30 (Jan. 25, 1980)

    • Vol. 103, No. 30
    • 1980-01-25
    • No-car committee readies final draft; City unveils budget at special meeting; Oak Street Parking signs come down after Shriver order; Dority says bike lane task force will begin work on Spring St. lane
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 103, No. 31 (Jan. 29, 1980)

    • Vol. 103, No. 31
    • 1980-01-29
    • Use of Fake IDs Difficult, May Be Costly; Western Students Protest Construction of New Dorm; Miami Plans More Minority Hiring; UC to Consider Cheating Code Revisions; Police Seek Assault Suspects; Frats Work for Racial Accord; Crowd Control Devices...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 103, No. 33 (Feb. 5, 1980)

    • Vol. 103, No. 33
    • 1980-02-05
    • Board Receives Proposed Car Rule Changes; U.S. Postpones On-Site Discrimination Investigation; Stress Program to Start Next Week; OCC May Appeal Gas Rate Increase; City Raises Objections to Liquor Permit Transfer; Disregarding Human Rights;...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 103, No. 39 (Mar. 4, 1980)

    • Vol. 104, No. 39
    • 1980-03-04
    • Night's a Problem for Oxford, Miami; Oxford Landlords May Oppose ASG Standard Rental Lease; Education Dean Sees Lack of Teachers; New Law Gives Students Legal Help at State Colleges; ASG Candidates Get Boost in Spending Limit;
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 103, No. 41 (Mar. 11, 1980)

    • Vol. 103, No. 41
    • 1980-03-11
    • Increased Awareness, Action May Help Oxford Rape Problem; American Society 'Still Racist,' King's Father Asserts; Barklow, 8 LA Reps May be Impeached; City Considers Fire Safety Position; Citizens, Fraternities Meet to Discuss Party Problems;
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 103, No. 44 (Apr. 4, 1980)

    • Vol. 103, No. 44
    • 1980-04-04
    • UC Endorses Committees' Minority Enrollment Plan; City Council Adopts Proposal to Fluoridate Oxford; Water; Vis Issue to Go Before Voters; Writers Learn From Experts at Spring Workshop;
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 103, No. 46 (Apr. 11, 1980)

    • Vol. 103, No. 46
    • 1980-04-11
    • Shriver Focus of SAC Student Protest; Possible Racial Discrimination, Segregation Under Investigation; $10,000 Lost Since November, OTC May Discontinue Service; Bias Grievance Filed Against Editor; Crowd Hears Speakers Criticize Administration
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 103, No. 49 (Apr. 22, 1980)

    • Vol. 103, No. 49
    • 1980-04-22
    • Response to BSAA Funding Move Mixed; Residents Scared, Angry about Oxford Vandalism; Nine Chosen to Write Position Papers for Provost; Students Writing More Bum Checks; City OK's Parking Scheme; IFC Completes Fraternity Selection Process, Kappa...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 104, No. 06 (Sept. 12, 1980)

    • Vol. 104, No. 6
    • 1980-09-12
    • Board to Discuss State Subsidy Cuts; Iranian Visas in Order, Official Says; Sale of Contraceptives Underway; Volunteers Work For Youth, Athletes Helping Youngsters; Women Waiting Brighter Future
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 104, No. 07 (Sept. 16, 1980)

    • Vol. 104, No. 7
    • 1980-09-16
    • Miami's Presidency Carries National Prestige; Holcomb Calls Noise Ordinance Unconstitutional; Group to Aid Women, Minority Students; Program Aims at Retaining Students; Faculty Calls Compensation Low
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 104, No. 11 (Sept. 30, 1980)

    • Vol. 104, No. 11
    • 1980-09-30
    • 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...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 104, No. 14 (Oct. 10, 1980)

    • Vol. 104, No. 14
    • 1980-10-10
    • 22 infected, Scott remains closed; Proposal for minors to go to U Senate; Council to consider black-studies plan; Support sought for no-car suit; Student escapes injury after accident at Bachelor crossing
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 104, No. 17 (Oct. 28, 1980)

    • Vol. 104, No. 17
    • 1980-10-28
    • Merger savings not yet investigated; BSAA constitution called discriminatory; City seeking new sources to relieve water shortage; University lacks addresses, telephone numbers for about 75 students
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 104, No. 22 (Nov. 14, 1980)

    • Vol. 104, No. 22
    • 1980-11-14
    • Fee Increase Seen For Next Semester; State Subsidy Would Not Fund ODE; Lottie Moon ...the Woman... and the Bar; Miami, CSU Plan Exchange; Volleyball Prepares for State Tournament; Miami Field Graduates 23 Seniors
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 104, No. 26 (Dec. 9, 1980)

    • Vol. 104, No. 26
    • 1980-12-09
    • Trustees Approve $50 Student Fee Hike; Miami ACT Scores Rank Third in Ohio; Results Delayed in HHS Study on Segregation; Conservation Needed to Help Trim Utility Expenses; City Approves Tentative Budget
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 104, No. 42 (Mar. 27, 1981)

    • Vol. 104, No. 42
    • 1981-03-27
    • Dolibois May Get Post as Luxembourg Envoy; Lewis Convicted of Homicide; Council Denied Contract Request by OPA; Liggett Selected as New Board Member; Social Work Major Survives; Public Schools Squeezed as Cutbacks Take Toll;
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 104, No. 44 (Apr. 3, 1981)

    • Vol. 104, No. 44
    • 1981-04-03
    • ASG, ACLU Sue Miami Over No-Car Rule; GTE Rate Hike Could Mean $7 Increase Per Month; No Injuries in Uptown Blaze; ASG Pride Week a Failure; U.S. Military is Dept. of Violence; Dangers, Benefits of Marijuana Use not Clearly Established; Western...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 104, No. 47 (Apr. 14, 1981)

    • Vol. 104, No. 47
    • 1981-04-14
    • Beck Files Suit to Stop City's Water Search; Guns not Registered in Oxford; 24 Hour Visitation Past SAC, On to Board; Policy Penalizes Students; Why not Register Guns; Hazing, the Line Between Fun and Foolishness; Business Moves to Cut Enrollment;...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 104, No. 48 (Apr. 17, 1981)

    • Vol. 104, No. 48
    • 1981-04-17
    • Sandage Forwards Water Report to EPA; Council Refuses Proceeds from Paddy Murphy; Atlanta Murderer Still Sought as Suspect List Grows Longer; Writer Warns of Toxic Wastes; New Sorority to Form Chapter Here; Ox Freshman Accosted in Shower; Library...

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