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    • The Miami Student, Vol. 120, No. 34 (Feb. 23, 1992)

    • Vol. 120, No. 34
    • 1992-02-23
    • U. Reconstruction Continues as Aged Buildings Receive Face-Lift; Health Care Plan Nulls Faculty Pay Raise; Looking for a Few Good Role Models; Green Thumbs of Oxford to Get Their Hands Dirty; Sex at Miami, a Special Report
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 125, No. 01 (Sept. 5, 1997)

    • Vol. 125, No. 1
    • 1997-09-05
    • Residence Halls Locked, Bell Desk Jobs Eliminated; University Will Appeal to Supreme Court; Miami Rated Lowest for Diverse Relations; Repairs Revitalize Library; Talawanda Superintendent Resigns Position; City Council Addresses New Meter...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 125, No. 02 (Sep. 9, 1997)

    • Vol. 125, No. 2
    • 1997-09-09
    • Student Violently Assaulted; Dispute Leaves Bruno's Lot Empty; Health Center Provides STD Services; Voinovich Appoints New Member to Join Miami Board of Trustees; Coffeehouse Opens Uptown; New Burrito Restaurant Hits Oxford; Gore Attorneys, DNC...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 125, No. 14 (Oct. 24, 1997)

    • Vol. 125, No. 14
    • 1997-10-24
    • Snyder Recognized as Exemplary Parents; Library Renovation Nears End of 1st Phase; Miami's Educational Leadership Partners with Dayton on Project; Mexican Restaurant Flourishes in Oxford; Clinton Offers Alternative Plan on Global Warming; Stout to...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 125, No. 15 (Oct. 28, 1997)

    • Vol. 125, No. 15
    • 1997-10-28
    • Talawanda Graduation at 70 Percent; House Passes Bill to Consolidate Student Loans; Greeks Urge Ban on Alcohol; Miami Recycling Rated Best of State-Funded Schools; Honored Alumni to Return for Program
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 125, No. 18 (Nov. 11, 1997)

    • Vol. 125, No. 18
    • 1997-11-11
    • First Year Arrested on Break In Charge; Graduation Rates get Mixed Reaction; University Pens Campus Diversity Plan; New Locos Spark Reactions from Students, Businesses; Students Bring Diwali to Miami
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 125, No. 19 (Nov. 14, 1997)

    • Vol. 125, No. 19
    • 1997-11-14
    • Newton Sentenced on Felonies; Senate to Decide on Grade Indexing; Miami Purchases 41 Green Acres; Speaker Shares Traditional Native American Stories; Proposed Law Could Hinder Equality
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 125, No. 21 (Nov. 21, 1997)

    • Vol. 125, No. 21
    • 1997-11-21
    • Oxford Economy Slowly Rising; Video E-Mail Available at King; Septuplets Born to Iowa Woman; Thefts Increase over Holidays; Clinton Strives to End Racial Tension; Americans Back Higher Gas Prices to Curb Global Warming;
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 125, No. 26 (Jan. 16, 1998)

    • Vol. 125, No. 26
    • 1998-01-16
    • Senate Passes Grade Indexing; Search for Superintendent Narrows; Miami Agrees to Pay Labor Fine; Senate Attempts to Fill Vacancies; Students Resolve to Achieve Various Goals in New Year
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 125, No. 28 (Jan. 27, 1998)

    • Vol. 125, No. 28
    • 1998-01-27
    • Students Speak Out Against Violence; Residential Signs Stir Up Local Debate; Injunction May Prevent Name Release; CPPO Prepares for Internship Fair; Miami Music Professor Wins Prestigious Award Abroad
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 125, No. 31 (Feb. 6, 1998)

    • Vol. 125, No. 31
    • 1998-02-06
    • Betas Almost Closed; Old Man Winter Strikes with Ice, Snow; Council Leases Parking Spots, Rejects Loan Waiver; Recent Assault Prompts Action; Musical Raises AIDS Awareness; Auction to Benefit Head Start
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 125, No. 34 (Feb. 20, 1998)

    • Vol. 125, No. 34
    • 1998-02-20
    • Police Arrest 2 in Assault Case; State Rethinks School Funding; Federal Judge, Names not to be Released, for Now; Poor Senate Attendance Prompts Bill; Feminist Rallies for Equality
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 125, No. 39 (Mar. 24, 1998)

    • Vol. 125, No. 39
    • 1998-03-24
    • Tax Raise Splits Educators; Anti-Hate Campaign Pinned Across MU; City Council Debates Uptown Development; Library Deemed One of the Best; Students Devote Spring Break to Service, Learn About Themselves
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 125, No. 41 (Mar. 31, 1998)

    • Vol. 125, No. 41
    • 1998-03-31
    • MU Watches Issue 2 Debate; Competition Looks to Generate Skating Support; Awareness Fostered by MUGLBA; Marsalis Captivates Audience; Miami Professor Gaining Recognition in Change; Geoghegan to Give 1998 O'Hara Lecture
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 125, No. 42 (Apr. 3, 1998)

    • Vol. 125, No. 42
    • 1998-04-03
    • Hospital Given Examination; Miami Lacks Voice in Voting Booths; Economic Standstill Hits Oxford; MU has Voice in National Dialogue; ASG Candidates Vie for Secretarial Positions
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 125, No. 43 (Apr. 7, 1998)

    • Vol. 125, No. 43
    • 1998-04-07
    • House Reviews Campus Crime; Area Code Decision Goes to State Legislature; AIDS Education Campaign Hits MU; Miami Metro to Run 24 Hour Test; Christian Groups Distribute Videos
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 125, No. 44 (Apr. 10, 1998)

    • Vol. 125, No. 44
    • 1998-04-10
    • Proposal Cuts Track, Wrestling; Council Adopts Residential Parking Program; OraSure Invents Painless HIV Test; Police, Greeks Work on Relations; Students Challenge Stereotypes, Prejudice
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 125, No. 45 (Apr. 14, 1998)

    • Vol. 125, No. 45
    • 1998-04-14
    • Court Says ASG Funding Illegal; Acceptance Rate Counters High Applicant Pool; High School Sex Education Falling Short; Kilbourne Exposes Evils of Ads; Issue of Diversity Goes Global
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 126, No. 08 (Oct. 2, 1998)

    • Vol. 126, No. 8
    • 1998-10-02
    • Religious Organizations File Suit; Bruno's Lot Story Had Factual Errors; MU Alumnus Shares Ideas on How to Make Most of College; Gaskill to House New Computer Lab Next Fall; RedHawks Wage War on Defending MAC Champs; Walker Modest with Coaching...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 126, No. 22 (Dec. 4, 1998)

    • Vol. 126, No. 22
    • 1998-12-04
    • Crime lab finds new leads; Talawanda settles with former MU professor; Hawk Talk focuses on solutions; Grads teach to help poor schools;University, Oxford expecting compensation for landfill costs; Alcohol consumption may prove to be regulated by...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 126, No. 23 (Dec. 8, 1998)

    • Vol. 126, No. 23
    • 1998-12-08
    • Bars tap into policy changes; Recent rise in serious crimes plague Miami; Students travel to Georgia, protest violence; Galaxy Future discoveries likely; Clinton lawyers focus on impeachment threshold; High court to review law aimed at controlling...
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 126, No. 24 (Dec. 11, 1998)

    • Vol. 126, No. 24
    • 1998-12-11
    • ASG passes hate crime bill; Delta Sigma Pie faces punishment; MBA program services go online; Ohio Senate passes school abstinence bill; Ruling may lessen effect on minority admissions; Phi Beta Kappa sues Compaq over name
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 126, No. 31 (Feb. 9, 1999)

    • Vol. 126, No. 31
    • 1999-02-09
    • Vote delays decision on teams; Two I.D. popular among bar owners; Ghana program offers diversity; Drink-special laws enforced; Students lend support to Irish hunger strike; Title IX Darwinism at its best
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 126, No. 37 (Mar. 19, 1999)

    • Vol. 126, No. 37
    • 1999-03-19
    • President's Daughter Escapes Rebel Attack; Baiocchi Appointed Newest Trustee; Dolibois New Owner of Gold Medallion; Miami Stacks up Against UK; Basketball Heads to NCAA Sweet Sixteen; Schwartz Gives Writer Inspiration; Skaters Glide to U.S. Title
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 126, No. 38 (Mar. 23, 1999)

    • Vol. 126, No. 38
    • 1999-03-23
    • Student Reports Racist Threat; RedHawks Fall Prey to Wildcats; Hart's Movie Receives Safety Award; Ohio will Recognize Women Achievers; Oxford Police to Offer Academy; Athletes Face Academic Fraud Charges;
    • The Miami Student, Vol. 126, No. 40 (Mar. 30, 1999)

    • Vol. 126, No. 40
    • 1999-03-30
    • Renovations Sweep Uptown; Ogden Dining Hall Will Ring New Bell; World Game teaches Global Relations; Infant Mortality Rates Rising; Crime Organizations No Match for Ohio; Davis Receives Long-Deserved Pat on Back;

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