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    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 001, No. 03 (June 7, 1867)'

    • 'Vol. 1, No. 3'
    • 1867-06-07
    • Oxford; A Change in Our System of Education Necessary; Influence; College Color; Yale College Commencement; The Mexican Question; Shall Miami University Have a Gymnasium; To the Young Ladies; Union of the O.F. College and Institute; St. Elmo; Our...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 001, No. 04 (June 19, 1867)'

    • 'Vol. 1, No. 4'
    • 1867-06-19
    • The Old Campus Cottage; A Correction; The Freshman's Feast; Harvard Reform; Old Ero Hall; Music; Junior Exhibition; The Catalogue; Sophomores vs. Juniors; Commencement at the Oxford Female College; Military Department in College; The Alumni of...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 005, No. 08 (Apr. 26, 1871)'

    • 'Vol. 5, No. 8'
    • 1871-04-26
    • 'Counsel; Books, Bricks, And Buncombe, Versus Brains; The Miami Union Sessional Exhibition; Among The Exchanges; Burning Of The Western Female Seminary!; Personal; Locals; Miami Union Hall; A Valuable Book'
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 010, No. 05 (Feb., 1891)'

    • 'Vol. 10, No. 5'
    • 1891-02
    • Formation of the Miami University Banjo Club; College Spirit; Compulsory Attendance at Religious Services; How I Met Pepping; Formal Culture; The Societies; Locals; W.F. Seminary Items; Exchanges; Stolen; Intercollegiate; Alumni; Necrology
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 015, No. 08 (May, 1896)'

    • 'Vol. 15, No. 8'
    • 1896-05
    • Socialism; Commencement; Field Meetings of the Ohio and Indiana Academies of Science; Miami's New Athletic Park; Mr. W.M. Cleaveland; The New Gym; Sigma Chi Convention; Local; Palmer W. Smith; Judge E.G. Dial; Philip G. Berry; Baseball; Field Day;...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 024, No. 06 (Mar., 1905)'

    • 'Vol. 24, No. 6'
    • 1905-03
    • Hepburn Hall; Changes in Course of Study; A Sagamore Tomahawk in the Museum; Progress in Agriculture; Beginning of College Journalism; University Notes; Saloons Voted Out of Oxford; George Washington; Dr. Culler's Lectures; List of New Books;...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 024, No. 09 (June, 1905)'

    • 'Vol. 24, No. 9'
    • 1905-06
    • Greater Miami; An Unhonored Hero; Ordovican Fossils from a Vertical Section 45 Feet in Height as Eroded in Collins Run Near Oxford; The Sigma Chi Semi-Centennial; The McFarland Mathematics Prize; Events of Commencement Week; Alumni Day; University...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 001, No. 32 (June 2, 1910)'

    • 'Vol. 1, No. 32 (Old Series Vol. 29)'
    • 1910-06-02
    • McCoy Wins; Greet Dr. Benton Upon His Return from Europe; Liberal Arts Club Meets at Home of Mrs. Clark for Final Meeting of Year; Merry Time Enjoyed by Miami Girls at Y.W.C.A. Frolic
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 002, No. 14 (Jan. 12, 1911)'

    • 'Vol. 2, No. 14 (Old Series Vol. 30)'
    • 1911-01-12
    • Paper Read by Professor Todd Before Ohio College Association; Senior Class Plans Vaudeville to Raise Shekels; Premedic Club Hears Lecture by Dr. Bishop on Tuberculosis; Recensio Board Hope to Break Record for Successful Book; Press Club Reorganized...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 002, No. 27 (Apr. 27, 1911)'

    • 'Vol. 2, No. 27 (Old Series Vol. 30)'
    • 1911-04-27
    • Debate was a Tie - Account of Home and Visiting Teams; Phi Beta Kappa Members are Selected - Installation in June; Girls Prom Held Saturday Night was Enjoyed by Many; Sociology; Senior Show; Convention of Y.W.C.A. at Indianapolis - Miami Delegates
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 042, No. 05 (Oct., 18, 1917)'

    • 'Vol. 42, No. 5'
    • 1917-10-18
    • Camp Sherman is Visited by Group of Miami Professors; Instructions are Issued to Voters; Industrial Arts Association Meets Here Tomorrow; Miami-Kentucky Game Fought to Scoreless Tie at Lexington Saturday
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 042, No. 19 (Feb. 21, 1918)'

    • 'Vol. 42, No. 19'
    • 1918-02-21
    • Miami Celebrates 100th Anniversary; Civil War History of Institution Forms Third Founders Day Theme; Dr. Benton Assigned New Work in France; Kenyon Seemingly Outclassed by Miami; Lincoln Day is Commemorated in Special Service
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 044, No. 13 (Jan. 23, 1920)'

    • 'Vol. 44, No. 13'
    • 1920-01-23
    • Joel B. Hayden of Cleveland is Speaker; Dr. Shideler Goes on Special Leave; Basketball Team Loses Capt. Moore; St. Xavier to Open 1920 Season Here; Ohio Northern Promises Stiff Game Saturday;
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 044, No. 18 (Feb. 7, 1920)'

    • 'Vol. 44, No. 18'
    • 1920-02-07
    • Address by C.L. Swain; Profs at Miami to Get Raise; Oxford Mourns Death of WM. D. Frazer; Dekes and D.U. Tied for First Place in Class A Race; Prexy Talks about Critical Attitude Shown by Students;
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 044, No. 16 (Feb. 13, 1920)'

    • 'Vol. 44, No. 16'
    • 1920-02-13
    • Government Aids Disabled Veterans; Rev. G.W. Bunton to Speak Next Sunday; Beta Mu; National City Bank Offers Field; Wireless Station Source of News; Des Moines Delegates From Three Colleges Form Organization; The Greek Rebellion of the Days of 64;...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 044, No. 23 (Apr. 16, 1920)'

    • 'Vol. 44, No. 23'
    • 1920-04-16
    • 'Miami University Launches Big 1, 000, 000 Campaign for Many Needed Improvements; Professor Baudin; Miami Glee Club Completes Very Successful Tour; Registration Fees to Be Increased; Lambda Tau Pledges; McNeilly is Elected Y. M. President for Next...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 045, No. 06 (Oct. 29, 1920)'

    • 'Vol. 45, No. 6'
    • 1920-10-29
    • Kisses and Yards At Oxford Theater; Percy McKaye Now a Reality at Miami; Sigma Delta Chi Initiates Four; Many Students Try For Bachelor Of Arts Degree With Honors; Miami's Championship Hopes Dampened By Lutheran Team
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 045, No. 29 (May 15, 1921)'

    • 'Vol. 45, No. 29'
    • 1921-05-15
    • Miami University Benefits by Grant; Boots Young Cops the Beauty Contest; First May Concert is Well Received; Dr. Benton is Pres. of Philippine U.; Nina Carson to Head the Student Council
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 045, No. 29 (May 18, 1923)'

    • 'Vol. 45, No. 29'
    • 1923-05-18
    • Frank Hannaford to Edit Miami Student; Rex Elected to Senate Presidency; Vera Bevington to Study in France; Dr. C.E. Carter Writes on Historical Topic; Judge Elam Fisher called by Death; Louise Stevenson Leads Girl's Student Council
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 049, No. 18 (Feb. 20, 1925)'

    • 'Vol. 49, No. 18 [Vol. 74, No. 18]'
    • 1925-02-20
    • New Fraternal Group Founded; Phillips Chooses Campus Beauties; Morrison Well Received Here; Delo Named Editor of University Handbook; New Language Course Added to Curriculum; Minnich Announces B.S. Honor Group
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 049, No. 23 (Mar. 27, 1925)'

    • 'Vol. 49, No. 23 [Vol. 74, No. 23]'
    • 1925-03-27
    • Spring Vacation Period is Extended to Include Easter; Appointments to Staff of Hogan Alley Announced; Professor Speaks on Bolivian Music; Constitution Vote Blocked in Forum
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 050, No. 09 (Nov. 20, 1925)'

    • 'Vol. 50, No. 9 [Vol. 75, No. 9]'
    • 1925-11-20
    • Tony Sarg's Marionettes will Feature Third Lyceum Course Program Tonight; Tree Dedicated by T.C. Class of '04; Florence Stern Concert Set for December Fourth; Struke Named to Chairmanship of Prom Committee; Higgins Announces Date for Try-Outs
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 050, No. 10 (Nov. 27, 1925)'

    • 'Vol. 50, No. 10 [Vol. 75, No. 10]'
    • 1925-11-27
    • Gates Finishes Cast Selection for Annual Play; Native of India Guest at Miami for Three Days; Observatory to be Ready in Few Days; New Basketball Rules to Affect 1925 Cage Game; Muzumdar Talks to Freshman at Sunday Service; Sarg Delights Audience...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 050, No. 25 (Apr. 23, 1926)'

    • 'Vol. 50, No. 25 [Vol. 75, No. 25]'
    • 1926-04-23
    • Florabel Huber to go to French School for Year; Dean of Oberlin Addresses Miami Upperclassmen; Defective Flue is Cause of Blaze in Dr. Williams Home; Miss Dixie Selden is Speaker at Arts Club
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 050, No. 29 (May 21, 1926)'

    • 'Vol. 50, No. 29 [Vol. 75, No. 29]'
    • 1926-05-21
    • Doctor Hutchins Addresses Frosh at Last Service; Professor Vinacke Speaks at Chapel; Roosevelt and Hartwell Win in High School Meet; Chapter of Beta Kappa Installed Tuesday Evening
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 051, No. 10 (Oct. 27, 1926)'

    • 'Vol. 51, No. 10 [Vol. 76, No. 10]'
    • 1926-10-27
    • Eddy Stresses Religion and Social Good During Program; Miami to Receive Burkhardt Trophy; Handbook Proves Help to Frosh and Others; Pictures from Recensio Completed by W.C. Webb; Shearman Changes Date for Union Lyceum Numbers; Kathryn Laughlan on...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 051, No. 25 (Jan. 15, 1927)'

    • 'Vol. 51, No. 25 [Vol. 76, No. 25]'
    • 1927-01-15
    • Koffka to Talk on Problem of Learning Today; Third Congress of Student Federation to be Held in West; Radio to Have Place in Instruction Here; Dr. Ernst Sackh Pleads for Peace in Address to Miami Student Body; Pictures to Hang in Dormitories and...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 051, No. 34 (Feb. 26, 1927)'

    • 'Vol 51, No. 34 [Vol. 76, No. 34]'
    • 1927-02-26
    • Dr. Barton Pays Tribute to Great Americans; Freshmen Debaters Will Meet Monday; Essay Subjects are Selected by Philosophy Department; Champaign Merchants Fear Spring Revelry; Oxford College Plans Founder's Day Celebration; Miami to Meet Wittenberg...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 051, No. 49 (May 4, 1927)'

    • 'Vol. 51, No. 49 [Vol. 76, No. 49]'
    • 1927-05-04
    • Helen Exley Chosen May Queen Tuesday; Fellowship for Year's Study Abroad Awarded to Professor Rodkey; William Ross is Presented by the Music Department; Gertrude Tegge Wins Loyalty Contest
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 051, No. 51 (May 11, 1927)'

    • 'Vol. 51, No. 51 [Vol. 76, No. 51]'
    • 1927-05-11
    • 'President Hughes Resigns Position at Miami to Accept Call to Presidency of Iowa Agricultural College at Ames, Iowa; Dr. H.A. Miller, Noted Historian, to Give Address; West Hall Threatened with Fire Last Friday Evening at Midnight; New Gym Refused...
    • 'The Miami Student, Vol. 052, No. 05 (Oct. 12, 1927)'

    • 'Vol. 52, No. 5'
    • 1927-10-12
    • 'British Debaters Schedule Match with Miami Forensic Society; Baker Selects Staff Workers for Year book; ''Dad'' Elliot speaks to Y.M.C.A Cabinet in Ogden Hall Office; Miami Directories to be Published by Administration'

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