Annual Spring Elections On Tuesday; Dr. Upham Announces Recent Additions To University; Unger Appointed To 'Student' Editorship; Miami Tracksters Entered In Relay And Special Events In Relays At Columbus; Prof. Stewart Gives Lecture To Physics And...
Erwin Urges Students to Give Enough at Chest Drive Kickoff Dinner; Hahne to Address Assembly Thursday; Phi Sigma to Hold Geological Movie; Helen Traubel Concert to Open Artist Series; Prose Writers May Associate with Group
Hagen to Lecture On Social Changes; Television Star Speaks On Radio-TV Careers; Uneasy Truce Prevails, Federal Troops Stand-by; Artists Series to Present Cleveland Brass Ensemble; ROTC Units March, Receive Medals, Awards
Bus Strike Negotiations Fail to Break Deadlock; Frohlichs Baton Leads Symphonic Orchestra; Berkeley Professor Reviews Communism; Prof. Jacobs Former Teacher Stabbed by Russians for Spying; Historian Lectures in First Hammond Series
Senate Closes Ticket Sale Tomorrow for All Buses; Center Plans Carnival, Dance, Travel Contest; Symposium Panelist Questions Campus Training in the Arts; Seniors Receive ODK Forms; Application-Contracts Ready for All Residence Hall Men
Golden Arches Set for Oxford; F. Harrison Green Back in Court Again; Solidarity is Pain in the Neck for Russians; Investors Request Zoning Revision; Study Tries to Cure Grocery Bill Blues; Our Energy Needs Outweigh Risks; Students Fail to Pay Back...
Reagan Rides Rails on Historic Train; Task Force Studies Need for Child Care; Ad Hoc Group Considers Yager; Soviet Spying Prompts White House Response; MU Grad Invents Miamiopoly; Ohio Farms Decline in Past Four Years
Pletsch Resigns, Tower to Stay Put for Now; Gas Leak Fixed Fast; First-Year Admitted to Hospital for Rare Blood Disease; Interdisciplinary Business and Science Studies Prepare Students for Changing Corporate Needs; Sorority Dedicates Time to...
Graduation Speaker Decided; Structure Constructed on Academic Quad; Children to Invade Campus; Sorority Donates Dresses; State Park Improves Sanctuary; Two Organizations Receive Donations; Club Softball Hosts Nationals This Month
Campus tours to receive makeover; Snowfall leads to tickets, tows; Research funds tie university, businesses together; IT services successfully increases student-file storage space tenfold; Donations to MU decrease; Teachers sell three-credit...
'Hawks snatch home victory; MU hopes to raise graduation rate; Marcum to undergo renovations, Miami Inn to become residence hall; Senate reviews regional ties; MU helps Tibet reach technological goals; Committee recommends fees for more than 18...
Study alleges admission bias; Administration warns faculty about Green Beer Day; University sets guidelines for RedHawk trademark; Survey reports increase in wealthy first-year student families; Pepsi CEO to address graduates; Food prices at MU,...
Student suicides call community to action; Women's team wins nationals; Students sell gear to match the beer; Searching staff not so stringent; ASU hosts Senegal ambassador to the U.S.; Dangerous drinking leads to drugging;
Former professor shares civil rights story; Freedom Summer portrait paints pictures of the past; ASG works beyond AlcoholEDU, one poster at a time; Zero Waste Initiative: red, white, blue and green at Miami's games; New undergraduate program...
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