Res Night, Big Shows at Center; Club Chance and Dance to Include Show, Prizes; Harriers Try to Even Record at E. Michigan; Frosh Football Team Hosts OU; Royals Seek .500 Season, Embry, Big O Add Strength
Concert Dancer Interprets New Contemporary Dances; Taylor Plays Lead in MU Theatre Offering of Modern Biblical Story; Clubs Debate Governments Economic Role; Ox Bowl Pits Fraternity Stars Against Freshman Champions; Undeclared Indian War Continues
AWS Officers Elected, Alice Carson President; McNamara On Mission In Vietnam; Bylaws Change On Senate Agenda; Original Approach Marks Shakespeare Presentation; Miami Labyrinth of Power Given Examination
Student Senate Approves New Geographical System; Caputo To Represent Miami At White House Invitation; People-To-People Seeks Aid To Increase Understanding; All-Campus Women's Group Holds Orientation Dinner for Freshmen
Enrollment Figures Top Previous Years Records; Magazine Focuses On Ideas, Arts, Humanities; Politician Returns To Oxford; White House Meeting Attended by Miamian; Adviser Directs Expansion Of Centers Group Activities
Red Cap Musical Led by Frankel, Starner; Copper Sculptures Exhibition Displayed in Hiestand Hall; Government Professors Teach Abroad on Leaves of Absence; University Requests Extension for AFROTC Officer Thomas; Hiawabop Encounters Problems of Red...
Professor Announces Political Intentions; University Revises Graduation, Creates Separate Ceremonies; Nigerian Politicians Exploit Ethnic Groups; Miami Chest Chooses Recipients for Charity; Food Service-What, Where, How; East African Students Seek...
Homecoming Spotlights Parade of Floats, Band; Theme It Pays to Advertise Used for Dorm Decorations; Dedication of Library Tomorrow; Dissent Lecture Series Selects Black Power for Subject; Free Press, Student Paper Goes to Press
Millett Assembly Hall Offers Relief for Commuters Parking Problems; Panhel Members Review Stand on Beer Parties; Student Senate Finalizes Plans for Book Exchange; Pianist Browning Appears with Cleveland Symphony;Arts, Science Dean Becomes Top Pop;...
Limited Visitation Approved, Revised Plan Accepted; BSAA Requesting MU Investigation For Discrimination; Fate of OBSA To be Decided By U. Senate; Legal Technicality Prevents Senate From Taking Action on Visitation; Education Key to 69 Chest Drive;...
Anti-War Senator to Open Voices Sunday; Nader Attacks Established Violators; Prof Urges Probe of Racial Strife; Doctors Debate Legalized Abortion; Spring Anti-War Programs Set, Support Pledged at Conference;
Strike Moratorium Called for Negotiations; Information Office Clarifies Official Position; Minority Tendency to Blame System Results in Protest, Not in Understanding; Slant City Created as Protest to Bring About Positive Change; Panel Notes...
Proposal for Academic Reform Submitted; Final Faculty R&R Statement Issues, Change in Hierarchical Relations Seen; Phi Kappa Tau Ready To Fill Empty House; University Reviewing Pollution from Coal; Fraternities Undergoing Change
KAOS' Future To Be Controlled By Administration; Plus-Minus Elimination Affirmed; Panic Hits Oxford as Rumors Snowball over Mystery Substance; Committee Favorable To Change Proposals; East Quad Planning Recreation Center; Lottery System Brings New...
Advisory Board To Propose Student Trustees Appointment; Tight Market Creates Illegal Bike Demand; Canvassing Issue Unites Nixon, McGovern Forces; Kent State Suit Hits Kleindienst; Nader Release Profiles; Union to Guard Off-Campus Housing; A New...
Denver, Tull Concerts Scheduled for Spring; Cultural Requirement Still in Committee; Butler Dems Seek Student Commitment; Helping Veterans Adjust; Shriver Approves Fellowships for Post-Doctoral Teaching
Utility Issue Passes, Zoning Fails; Election Rules Changed for Student UC Members; Ass't Dean Domeier Resigns to Work on Doctoral Degree; Seeger Examines Nature, Art, Math; More Financial Aid to Students-Kinder
Western New MU Frontier; New Service has Direct Impact; Competition for Students Must Increase Says Shriver; Planned Parenthood Clinics to Resume Fall Schedule; Residence Redefinition Adopted by Regents
Students Wish for how Western was One; City Council Cuts Down Marijuana Petition Twice; Colleges to Harvest $500 Million; 3719.40 Hallucinogen Defined; Students to Stud Valley Business Cases; Foundation Cooking Up Scholarship Funds, Services
Group Probing Western Community, Curriculum; Two Days of Brecht; Home Ec Settles in Education School; No Growth Projected For MU; Project To Cover Aging; American 'Language Conceit'; Leadership Conference Explores Higher Education
Miami Ranked Among Top Ten- In Fee and Tuition Costs, That Is; New Rules Specified for Parties in Dorms; Aguilera to be Resident Scholar; Alumni Gifts May Slump With the Economy; Requirements Vary for Grad Schools; Economic Issues Dominate Campaign
Shriver Says he was not Ready to Ask Coed Passage; Harts 52.1% Defeats Uher; 600 Rally for Student Rights; SAC Approves System for Airing Grievances Against Publications; Evangelists Provoke Rude Reception
Senator Proxmire Criticizes Federal Spending, Waste; Expansion to Include Browsing Bookstore; Group Investigates Discrimination; Students Submit Goals for ASG Approval; Student Book Exchange Suffers Financial Trouble
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