Columbus Day Has Two Dates; Ohio Master Plan to Get Final Action in January; Senatorial Elections Slated for Tomorrow; Apartments, Dorms Show Contrast in Living; Faculty R&R Views Sanction, Trustee Decision
Skin Roundball Season Opens Here Tonight; Middletown Favors Identity with Oxford; University Senate to Discuss Plus-Minus Grading System, Curriculum Saturday; NROTC Collects Toys for Tots; Roadrunner to Visit
No-car committee readies final draft; City unveils budget at special meeting; Oak Street Parking signs come down after Shriver order; Dority says bike lane task force will begin work on Spring St. lane
Use of Fake IDs Difficult, May Be Costly; Western Students Protest Construction of New Dorm; Miami Plans More Minority Hiring; UC to Consider Cheating Code Revisions; Police Seek Assault Suspects; Frats Work for Racial Accord; Crowd Control Devices...
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...
Budget Cuts May Increase Tuition; Miami Posts Two Truman Scholars; Students Petition Council About Party Law; Smucker Appointed to Board; Professor Selected as Dean; Former Poet Laureate to Speak at Miami U
Daschle, Paige Square Off on NCLB; MU's Outreach Efforts Increase International Population on Campus; Garland Stays on Miami Payroll After Retirement; Program Aims to Boost Youth Interest in Voting; A Cappella Group Sings New Tune, Creates Coed...
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