Liberal Arts Test Change Is Proposed; Financial Crisis Passes As Nation's Banks Open; Depression Aid To Scholarship; First Student Council Planned In 1824; Prof Protects Birds on Private Estate Sanctuary;
Staff Chosen to Edit First Green Quill Issue; SAE Cornerstone Placed at Homecoming Ceremonies; Duke Postpones Tour of America; Religious Organizations Plan Three Programs Observing Armistice Day; Ballot Proves Labor Weak in Politics
'Editorial Arouses S-FC Debate; Attempt to Enlarge Business District Refuted by Citizens; Student Body Rejects One S-FC Amendment; Redskin Cagers to Face UK, National Champions, In Lexington Monday; Choral Union to Sing Handels Messiah Sunday at...
Board Receives Proposed Car Rule Changes; U.S. Postpones On-Site Discrimination Investigation; Stress Program to Start Next Week; OCC May Appeal Gas Rate Increase; City Raises Objections to Liquor Permit Transfer; Disregarding Human Rights;...
Beck Loses Water Suit, Says He Will Not Quit; Court Denies Green's Appeal, Suspended Judge to Face Trial; An Era Ends with Shriver's Exit; Town Reacts to Proposed Hotel; Restaurant Postpones Rebuilding; Wellness Dorm to Stress Fitness; Shoplifting...
Provost Postpones Divisional Merger Decision; Old Hall Likely to Go; Martin Succeeds in Draft Confrontation; Save On Will Replace Kroger; Pearson to Reply Next Week to Minority Issue Suggestions; Rose Adjusting to Office, Job
Tuition Hike to be Imposed on Miami's Draft Dodgers; Colorado Campus Wishes CIA Were Missing in Action; Libraries Target of Protests; Trends Conflicting in Black Studies; Harrier Honored by NCAA; Electric Dance Style Continues
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;
KKK Plans March Protesting Recent Racism Against Whites; Senate Debates Funding of Career-Based Groups; Police Search for Females Attacker; Men to Face Trial for Local Stabbing; Miami Offers Help to Area Illiterates
Revised Keg Law Remains Undecided Until April Vote; CourseProf Evaluations Get Mixed Responses; Oxford City Council Postpones Ordinance on handicapped Homes; District Court May Limit Copyright Duplications
Rape advice flier garners national attention; Lane Public Library offers e-books, music downloads; AD Brad Bates leaves 'Hawks for Eagles; Miamians look inside the 'box' for God; ASG discusses honors early registration flukes, postpones CAC budget...
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