Speaker From Detroit, Law, Not Race- Locke Eyes Riots; Miami Chest Considers Ford Foundation Role; Students Recreational Needs Go Under University Scrutiny; Dutching Rises, Men Join Revolt; Dean Gemmell Advises in Panhel, Housing; Dayton Government...
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;
Colleges Offer Comprehensive Tuition Plan; New DUI Law Seeks to Deter Drunken Driving; Oxford May See Few Outside Cafes; Schriber Lacks Dedication to Class; New Writing Organization Formed; MU Pitching Ace is Larned
Miami Senior Charged with Drug Trafficking; Area Police Look for Fresh Angles in Homicide Case; Witham Drops Suit Against University; Local Man Arrested, Charged with Attempted Murder; Business School Increases, Education Begins to Decrease; MU...
Athletic Programs to Begin Drug Testing; Restoration brings History Inn Focus; Thanksgiving Break Only Two Decades Old; Faculty Voices Concern of University Council Issues; Miami's Dating Habits Examined; Prof Foresees Drug Treatment for AIDS Virus
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
Author Speaks on Cycles of Conservatism, Innovation; Fourth VP Candidate Visits Miami; WMUB to Host Union Debates; SAC Passes New ASG Vis Proposal; Senate Reviews New Grace Period Proposal; Seiter Addresses Abuse of Women;
Friends Hold Memorial for Kristin Emmons; Second 'Redskins' Debate Held; AIDS Poster Ignited Debate; $2000 Raised at T-Shirt Action; K A Order Comes Forward with Stolen Goods; City Council Tightens Grip on Oxford Landlords; Pearson Takes a Bow;...
Enrollment Down in Class of 2009; Garland to Bid Farewell to MU; 3 First-year Residence Halls Empty this Fall; MU Grad Killed in Iraq; Blaze Destroys Wendy's; OPD Cracks Down on Alcohol Violations; Internships Important in Order to get ahead
Nighttime Door-to-Door Will Offer Extra Precautions, Services; MU Student Entrepreneurs Open 2 Bars in Over-the-Rhine, Hold Model Search; Hodge Creates Green Task Force; MU to Test Emergency Text Messaging System in Jan.;
Campus tours to receive makeover; Snowfall leads to tickets, tows; Research funds tie university, businesses together; IT services successfully increases student-file storage space tenfold; Donations to MU decrease; Teachers sell three-credit...
Employees face hike in health care costs; Lets talk about sex: the truth about Plan B and STI's at Miami; Ides of March premier generates campus buzz; Pranksters admonish shower masturbators; Underground tunnel network links campus; Duo presents...
Health Services lowers STI testing cost; Businesses turn to unpaid internships; Miami honors professor's memory; IT Services hires interim AITS director; ASG approves new cabinet members; Miami undergrads show their stuff at research forum;...
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