A Plea for Art and Music in the College Course; The Fate of the College Course; The Wisdom of Solomon; Best Training for the Professions; French; Biology; Constitution of the Miami Student; Athletic Association Debt; Society Notes; University...
Atrocity is Part of German War Science Declares Dr. Hillis; Practice Scrimmages Held by Debate Men; Pep is Lacking in Glee Club Concert Say the Critics; Entire College Community Mourns Loss of Carlos Baer
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...
Homecoming Plans Nearing Completion; Student Directory to be Published Within Next Week; University Graduate Relates Horrors in Czech sellout; Dr. C.I. Stafford Gives Cold Vaccine Tablets to Over 500 Students; Carl Sandburg to Talk Here December 7
'Famous Social Scientist to Give Lectures; Nine Senior Redskins to Play Last Game Thanksgiving Day; Don Beattie to Lead Band Next Season; Short Skirts, Bright Bonnets Featured By Stylish Co-eds; Variety of Winter Athletic Activities Offered to...
'Shirley Cordes, Reed Strimple Appointed Generals Of 1941 University Chest Drive; Geological Specimens Arrive From Antarctic; Teacher Shortage In Ohio Predicted For Next Year; Major M.R. Allison Speaks On Draft; Ousley, Katz, Turn In Good Times As...
'Editor Attacks Prexy, Hides Out In Oxford; Sandefur, Shideler Attend ODK Meet; Lieutenant Kumjorn Gesticulates To Express Love Of University; Philip Morris To Sponsor Game Contest; Coach Rider Uses NYA Man To Check Past Of 'M' Club'
'Life, Conditions in the Philippines Described by Flor De Lys Santos; Prof. C.T. Holman to Speak Sunday; Miami Boxers Score Triumphs; Leading Men Chosen to IM All-star Squad; War Discussion Groups Organized for Students'
'Dick Bell Named Winner; Confirms Stationing Of 400 WAVES Here; WAAC Heads Interviewing Here Today; Holderman To Provide Ball Music; Prof. G. R. Hood Enters Air Corps; Bruck, Bizyk Nagel Present Miami Views; Anderson Discusses American Theater'
'Alderman Approves Volunteers; Undersecretary Appleby To Head Panel Discussion; Wickenden Discusses Moral, Spiritual Side Of Marriage; Rabbi J.G. Heller Talks At Vespers; Ray Palaia Sees Miami As Airman'
Flight Talks Inaugurated by University; WAVES Stationed at Radio School; Housing Problem to be Discussed at Conference; Venus of the Airways; Members of Forum Panel Discuss Subject of Minority Groups in Last of Series
'Review, Dance Mark Commissioning Day; Williams Elected YMCA President; Mai-Fan O'Callaghan Reigns as May Queen; Alber to Present Churchill Lecture; Col. J. R. Simpson, Prominent Businessman, Alumnus, Calls Guest House , Second Home,'
'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'
Freeland to Appear in Assembly; Alma Mater Awards Honor to Wickenden; Red Cross Drive to Open Tonight in Hughes Hall; University Radio Stations Spread Across Country; J. R. Skippy Wills Appointed Head Tennis Coach for Tribe Courtmen; Vets Return...
'Vets Wife Crowned Frosh Queen; Should Truman Resign, Professors, Students Give Opinions on Proposal; Chinese Envoy to Speak Here at Assembly; Deadline Finds Chest Drive Short of Goal; John Rogge to Speak on Fascism'
'Pi Kappa Alpha to Form Chapter; Engraved Bell to Mark UC, Miami Rivalry; Withrow Men to Clear Gym by Vacation; Supposed UC Vandalism CHarged to Miamians; FWA Plans Temporary Structures; Lecturer to Discuss Fascism Reconverts'
'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...
String Quartet to Appear; Femholt Announces Vet Village Store Open for Buisness; 'That's Miami' Auditions Set for Orchestra; Delta Sigma Pi Schedules Monthly Forum Programs; S-FC Plans to Consider CIC Petition
'Othello to Open Thursday; Revised Health Service Policy Placed in Effect; Construction Begins on Recreation Center, Contractors to Complete Job by Sept. 16; Minor Flue Epidemic Hits Campus; S-FC to Hold Poll on Athletic Racial Problems March 5, 6'
Brown to Address Grid Banquet; Luboshutz-Nemenoff Piano Duo to Appear in Withrow; Oxford Forum to Hold Panel on Trade Acts; Committee Holds Phi Bete Interviews; Alethenai to Award Cash Prizes; Sorority Offfers women Graduates $500 Fellowships
Students Present Varied Views on Racial Discrimination in Inter-Collegiate Athletics; U.S. Marine Corps Resumes Platoon Leaders Classes; SFC to Arrange Racial Policy Poll; Number of Flu Victims Decreases