The Fairy Land; Academic Degrees; Junior Supper; A Visit to West Point; Exchanges; Married; Miami's Record; By the Roadside; Homeward Bound; Catalogue; University Commencement; Personal; Bones Grave; A Tutelary Divinity; Commencement at Female...
'Miss Hamilton Plans Retirement as Dean; Frie Receives WAA Leader, Service Award; Western Michigan's Track Crown Shattered by Rampaging Redskins; V-12 YM Schedules Final Ball; Naval Officers to Commence V-12 Transition'
Sophisticates Play for Varsity Dance; String Quartet to Play First Concert in Benton Hall Tonight; Redskins to Defend Conference Title at Kalamazoo Tomorrow; Freshmen to Submit Petitions for Council; Panhellenic Dance Planned for Nov. 12
Student Guild Created, 2000 March on Lewis Place; Shriver Turns Down Request To End Classes; Visitation for Homecoming--Maybe; Moon Walker To Speak At Graduation; Fifty File for Senate, Applications Due Sunday; Beer in Res May Flow Before Spring
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
U. Council Ballots to Carry Issues for Referendum; SAC Considers Reports of Visitation Groups; Fisher Hall Registered as Historic; Etheridge Stresses Education on Issue of Contraception; Porter Adviser Named as New Assistant Dean; Urban Cops Hires...
Trustees Reject Visitation, Senate, AWS Dismayed; High Cost Discourages Golf Course; Curriculum, Enrollment Increase, Cause Registration Confusion; Fr. Ron Directs Center; $500 Granted in Effort to Prevent Hall Razing; Adams Athlete of Year
Day, Burke Head List of Senate Winners; Student Fund To Provide Financial Aid; Fisher Hall Renovation Receives Trustees' OK; Muhammad Ali Speaks March 1; Health Coalition Plans Suit Over Contraceptives; Shriver Emphasizes Quality Growth; Proposal...
University Levies Facilities Fee to Help Fight Spiraling Costs; New Stadium to Rise Near Millet Hall; MU Lowers Admission Standards, Enrollment Reaches Record High; Regents Budget Shows $550 Million Increase; Kucek Hurls Way to Majors
Women's Center Proposed; ASG Gets Largest Budget Ever; NYC Default Would Affect Oxford Little; Praxis Seeks Status Change for Legal Approval at Miami; Americas Birthday Should Kindle Citizen Participation, Gilligan Says
Avey Pushes for Ward System; Fisher Hall to get Repair Money from HUD if Board Ok's Proposal; Board in the Dark About Open Meeting; Cabinet to Review Women's Center; Workshop Stresses Need for Black-White Communication
Exxon Sponsors Freshman English Research; Trustee Cites Low Student Response in Attending Public Meetings; Prof Offers Insight on China After 21 Day Visit; CSO Plans Rally Tonight; Miami Restricts Pinball Until Legality Finalized
Cut In Budget May Mean Increase in Student Fees; Magera Hopeful In Enlisting Aid; X-Rated Films Banned Until Fall; Coalition to Study Preservation; Oxfords First Female Deacon, Ordination Instead of Subordination; Ten Year Hunt Ends in Golden...
Celeste Visits MU; Council Endorses Committee to Help Community Relations; Dugas Succumbs After Cancer Bout; Mondale Lashes Out at Student Hecklers; Bush Says Democrats Going Down in Flames; Elections Draw Record Turnout; Committee Accepts...
53 Percent of Miami Women said to have 'Eating Disordered Behavior'; Capstone Experience to Broaden Education; OTO Educates Miami Tenants; Luxembourg Program Expands to Meet Challenge of Changing Europe
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
Graduation Speaker Decided; Structure Constructed on Academic Quad; Children to Invade Campus; Sorority Donates Dresses; State Park Improves Sanctuary; Two Organizations Receive Donations; Club Softball Hosts Nationals This Month
"Miami breaks ground for Student Center;
Kasich names student trustee to fill seat vacant since April after unexplained delay;
‘For Women Only’ handbooks encourage lady-like behavior, lay out rules for campus life; Clinique counter comes to...
10/11/18: Peace overjoys a weary Oxford; Service in Iraq, Balkans gives junior a new outlook; World War II: Long ago but not a faint memory for local veteran; Former MU basketball player, ROTC member recalls 13 months in Vietnam; Sgt. Returns to...
Preserving the past: 3D printer recovers artifacts; Women's hockey wins CCWHA championship; Ukrainian students keep watch on developments in Kiev from Oxford; Student entrepreneurs suit up for startup event; Not so kosher: Strict diets may present...
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