Student Volunteers Serve Oxford Answering Village Fire Alarms; E.L. Hinkle Wins Fisk Contest; Vail Stresses Change in Economics, Religion; Tribe Elects Sallie Kasson as Sponsor; Editor Fritz gets Award From Alums
House Approves Ikes Resolution; Macbeth Presents Terror, Tragedy; Riley to Give Concert Sunday, Quartets Plans Include Tour; Art Display Includes Contemporary Work; Annual Confab to Recognize Top Leaders
Culture Class Among Proposed Requirements; MU Faces Shortage in Dormitory Housing; Klitch Finds Handshaking Painful; Prof to Lead British Rings Tour; Husband-wife Team Wins Hearts in Oxford; Sargent Breaks Millett Record
Outbreak of Salmonella Forces Dining Hall Closing; Miami Claims Area Mans Property, Must Pay $50, 000; Bursar Plans Bad Check Policy; RA's request Salary Increase; Three Financial Aid Programs Run Out of Money; Runners Lose 1st Dual Since 78; Miami...
Western Council urges merger consideration; Dining Hall remains closed; AIESEC told by Alumni Affairs office to curtail corporate fund solicitation; Allegations of illegal student voting untrue, County Board of Elections probe concludes
Fee Increase Seen For Next Semester; State Subsidy Would Not Fund ODE; Lottie Moon ...the Woman... and the Bar; Miami, CSU Plan Exchange; Volleyball Prepares for State Tournament; Miami Field Graduates 23 Seniors
Fox and Hounds Fire Labeled Arson; MUFA Claims Miami Reserves Top $16 Million; University Requirement Change OK' d by Senate; Trustees to Consider Response to Subsidy Cut; SAC Approves Funds for 57 Student Groups; Locker, Pownall Crack Top 50
Dolibois May Get Post as Luxembourg Envoy; Lewis Convicted of Homicide; Council Denied Contract Request by OPA; Liggett Selected as New Board Member; Social Work Major Survives; Public Schools Squeezed as Cutbacks Take Toll;
Two Fraternities Face Possible Revocations; Iran - a Former Hostage Recalls 444 Days; MU Could Get New Radio Station; Gay Discussion Group Formed; Reactions to Suit Mixed; Students Face Drug Charges After Uptown Fire; N.J. Case Threatens Press...
Pearson's Here, Changes and All; Three Miami ROTC Witnessed Nimitz Crash; All-campus Fraternity Party Ban Still in Effect; Zoology Professor Dies After Long Illness; Track Team Runs Away With Crown; The Birth of a Weekly Entertainment Tabloid
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