Senate Declares End to Toy-Government Status; ADA Chapter Organized on Campus; Vigil of Concern by BSAA Supports Blacks in Apartment Eviction Hassle; Brubeck, A Cappella Choir Release Concert Recording; Campus Employment Open Through Student Aid...
Trustees Set In-State Guidelines; Associate Officer Explains National AAUP Operations; Residential Conditions Scrutinized- Inequalities Present; Education Called Problem With Women's Liberation; UNICEF Seeking Nationwide Funds to Aid Postwar Nigeria
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;
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;
Board to Decide Fate of Sports; Oxford Cracks Down on Meter Feeding Problem; Topless Club Violates Coded; Ace Hardware Opens New, Bigger Store; Title IX a Financial Issue for Miami; 'Hawks Play Hardball with Butler
Business Owners Push for Uptown Meal Plans; Oxford Man Arrested, Commits Suicide in Jail; Students Apply to School Earlier; Microsoft Promotes New Product at MU; Mu Graduate Honored With Diversity Award; Sororities Celebrate 100th Year of National...
Outstanding Professors Named; MU Activity Book Being Developed; Business School Appoints Dean; New Vice President Appointed; Greeks Vote to Add Sorority; Barry Offers Humorous Perspective on Life; EMS Agencies Receive Funds; Anti-Tobacco Advocates...
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...
Election too close to call; Fmr. Secretary of State speaks at Millett; Ingram: work harder, play smarter; Rice lecture price revealed; Colleges look to ease cost; Mock trial advances to national championship; Professor documents Columbus Day...
Hawks sweep No. 15 Spartans on the road; ID cards enable Miami to store data about student movement; Thieves steal copper over break; MU drug violations rise, highest in 3 years; December graduates bid farewell to their alma mater; University...
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