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
University Senate Passes Student Senates Miami Plan Reform Bill; Head of Motion Picture Association to Speak on Effects of Television Violence on Society; Ohio Legislative Service Commission to Offer Internships; Rapid Response Team Fights Child...
Speeding Up Cancer Research; African-American Women's Forum Focuses on Teaching, Healing; Search for Athletic Director Stifled; Associated Student Government ha Optimistic Future Goals; Presidents on Deck for Dedication
Oxford Commons, Hahne Hall Rape Trial Begins; Dean of Education and Allied Profession Resigns; Risser Addresses Issues of Diversity, Athletics with WMUB; Krebs Re-elected to Ohio House; Oney Wins Re-election
Construction at Church, Locust Aims to Remove Hump; Talawanda Substance Abuse Programs Prosper; Student Senate Overruled, Students for Peace and Justice to Receive Funding; Miami Professor Returns to High School; Risser Supports a Miami Connection
Risser Proposes 2.5 Million Loan to Boost Athletics; Council Meetings to be Broadcast on Access TV; Avoid Lines, Check Yourself Out at the Library; Habitat for Humanity Offers Spring Break Alternative; State Government Offers Internships to College...
$20 Billion in Financial Aid at Risk in Congress; Admissions Office Battles Low Minority Numbers; Police Investigate Oxford's Second Rape in a Week; Student Senate Denounces Parking Charges; Alumni Program Raises Record $17.8 Million; Oxford Police...
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;
University Senate Votes on ASG Funding Policy, Senators Leave Meeting; First-Year Dies of Collapsed Lung; Oxford Police Focus on Liquor Control; Council Amends City Charter; MU Students Join Nationwide Protest Against 'Contract with America';...
ASG Alcohol Policy Fairness Act Defeated; Council Votes to Delay High Street Improvements; Cutting Edge Speakers Bring Diversity to Lecture Series; Greek Week Participants Rise to the Challenge; BSAA Holds Annual Festival to Unite All
Oxford Roads Get Needed Facelift; Miami Students Charged with Criminal Acts May Face Additional University Justice System; Number of International Students Continues to Grow; Council Discusses Proposed $5 Million Budget, Approves Funds for Welfare;
Council Discusses Bar Crackdown; DARS to be Placed on Internet; Theft on MU Campus Totals 108,321 for 94-95; Studying Abroad Offers New Student Opportunities; Endress Appointed Oxfords First Fire Chief; A Reason to Believe, Date Rape, Fact or...
Local Boy Comes to Miami for Help; Committee to Reveal Cable Situation in Oxford; They're Back and Stronger Than Ever, Says Sigma Chi; Our Attitude Deserves AIDS Year; New Mayor Seeks Continued Progress
Money Pyramid Schemes Hit Miami; Oxford United Way ears Campaign Goal; Independent Schools Lose Lawsuit, Must Give Test; Porter Squatters Look for Other Rooms, Hall Returns to First Year Dormitory; New Book Links Oxford to Underground Railroad
VanHala recounts blizzard survival; A perennial alumni favorite celebrates its fiftieth anniversary in Oxford; Students fast to raise money for the hungry; Richard T. Farmer remembers his days at Miami
Western Program Dean Announced; Forensics Team Takes First Place in Athens, Greece; Twenty-Four Hour Computer Lab at MacCracken Proposed; Zeta Tau Alpha Supports Breast Cancer Awareness; Miami Students can Travel to Italy with Summer Program
Oxford Speed Limits May Change; Campus Survey will be Distributed to Document the Miami Experience; Junior Awarded 1996 Truman Scholarship; Dance Marathon Shakes it for Kids; Paper Science Major to Intern in Israel
Fitzwater Makes Funnies at Presser; Remaining ASG Secretary Positions Filled; Affordable Housing Goal for City Committee; First Year Student Critical After Head Injury; Randall Speaks on the Explosion of Fine Arts
Garland Confirmed as President; New President to Receive Salary Increase; Graduates Leave Mother Miami's Nest; Journalism Students Cover Olympics and Conventions; Architecture Majors Build City on Presser Lawn
July Fire Destroys Student Homes; Donato's Pizza Joins Group of Oxford Pizzerias; Football Tackles Ball State 16-6; Physical Facilities Earn National Recognition; First Lady Touts College Tuition Programs
Parking Regulations Change Again; Newly Elected Student Senators Share Diverse Interests; Vacated K-Mart May be Occupied; History Plays Role in Peabody Renovation; CNN Reporter Offers Voting as Long-Term Solution for Change
Student Files Suit Against Miami; Student Senate Begins Year with Redskin, Prayer Bills; Anti-Competition Suit Dismissed; Faulty Hardware Believed to Cause Network Problems; Penn State Shootings Shock Students, Community; Soccer Player Suspended...
Hall Hours May Soon be Self Selected; Miami Funded to Test Natural Gas in Vehicles; Sigma Pi Accepts Probation and Sanctions; Homecoming Legend Makes Way for New Celebration Events; Poole Shares Stories, Pictures of Kenyan Wildlife
Garland Talks with Student Leaders; On Campus Recruiting Up, Job Market Strongest in Years; Abuse Case Bound Over to Grand Jury; Tribe Panel Separates Face from Fiction with Discussion; Miami Wins Bid for 1997 Residence Hall Conference
Residence Halls Locked, Bell Desk Jobs Eliminated; University Will Appeal to Supreme Court; Miami Rated Lowest for Diverse Relations; Repairs Revitalize Library; Talawanda Superintendent Resigns Position; City Council Addresses New Meter...
Oxford Economy Slowly Rising; Video E-Mail Available at King; Septuplets Born to Iowa Woman; Thefts Increase over Holidays; Clinton Strives to End Racial Tension; Americans Back Higher Gas Prices to Curb Global Warming;