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    • The Miami Student, Vol. 092, No. 32 (Feb. 4, 1969)

    • Vol. 92, No. 32
    • 1969-02-04
    • Gilligan Blasts Rhodes' Solutions for Education; Changes Needed to Attract Blacks, Educators Tell Ad Hoc Committee; War, Violence Set Tone for 'Serjeant Musgave's Dance'; WMUB May Receive Large-Scale Grant; CADA Supports Policy Changes for Black...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 092, No. 40 (Mar. 11, 1969)

    • Vol. 92, No. 40
    • 1969-03-11
    • Self-Determined Hours Highlights AWS Plan; Faculty Council Hears Both Arguments on Ad Hoc Report, To Meet Friday; Black Culture Week Speaker Given Leeway; Beer Proposal May Meet Legal Obstacles; Political Science Dept. Discovers Drastic Shortage...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 092, No. 44 (Mar. 25, 1969)

    • Vol. 92, No. 44
    • 1969-03-25
    • Over 1000 March in Support of Senate Proposals; Faculty Council Decision Leads to Walkout By Members of Black Student Association; Henderson, Schumacher Argue Student Concern; Visitation Hours Tabled, Beer in Center Approved
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 092, No. 47 (Apr. 4, 1969)

    • Vol. 92, No. 47
    • 1969-04-04
    • Student Action In Decisions Studied; Administration Gives Understanding Nod To Western Hours Sleep-Out Demonstration; Miami Needs $2 Million For Residence Hall 17; BSAA Members Express Disgust, Disappointment Over Recent Faculty Council OBSA...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 092, No. 48 (Apr. 8, 1969)

    • Vol. 92, No. 48
    • 1969-04-08
    • 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;...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 093, No. 06 (Oct. 10, 1969)

    • Vol. 93, No. 6
    • 1969-10-10
    • Twenty-Two Percent Vote, Elect First Quarter Senate; Flu Bugs Usually Hit At Inefficient Times; Homecoming Goes On Air Tonight; Classes Held as Moratorium Begins, Speakers, Activities Bring War Home; You Look Suspicious to Me--Guilty as Charged in...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 093, No. 19 (Nov. 25, 1969)

    • Vol. 93, No. 19
    • 1969-11-25
    • Civil Rights Investigation Planned Here; No State Support, Inflation Cause Possible Fee Hike; Consultant Named To Study University Plan; USO Selects University Theater For Tour of Overseas Institutions; January Date Selected For Vote On Senate
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 093, No. 42 (Apr. 14, 1970)

    • Vol. 93, No. 42
    • 1970-04-14
    • Brown Sees New Need for Priorities; Anti-Vietnam Referendum Has Support; Speaker Stresses Comprehension Gap; Course Designed to Aid Student Leaders; Paul Terms Miami Idyllic ...Club; Reason for Paul's Resignation Prompts Censure of Miami;...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 093, No. 44 (Apr. 21, 1970)

    • Vol. 93, No. 44
    • 1970-04-21
    • Sixty-Four Profs Support Strike; Uptown Court Tries 44 Students; Senate Approves Resolution to Investigate Police Action Students Say Rhodes Cited Butler Sheriff; ACT Discriminates Most in Black Admissions; University Campus Stabilized, Shriver...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 093, No. 45 (Apr. 24, 1970)

    • Vol. 93, No. 45
    • 1970-04-24
    • 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...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 093, No. 46 (Apr. 28, 1970)

    • Vol. 93, No. 46
    • 1970-04-28
    • Investigation of Rowan Affair Ordered; Appeals Board Hearing for 153 Slated to Continue to Thursday; Nixon Moving Toward All-Volunteer Forces; Shriver Names Ten Members to Investigation; Two Faculty Members Given Philosophical Society Grants;...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 093, No. 47 (May 1, 1970)

    • Vol. 93, No. 47
    • 1970-05-01
    • Students Seek Court Order to Halt Disciplinary Trials; Racism Blamed on Non-Prevention; Police Injuries Justified Gassing; US Must Look to Disregarded Problems; Griffith Sponsors European Tour


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