Homecoming Spotlights Parade of Floats, Band; Theme It Pays to Advertise Used for Dorm Decorations; Dedication of Library Tomorrow; Dissent Lecture Series Selects Black Power for Subject; Free Press, Student Paper Goes to Press
Petition Urges Fairer Board Representation for Students, Faculty; New IDs Planned for More Usefulness; AWS Visitation Proposal Passes; Solutions to Black Dilemma Discussed by Julian Bond; Artist Series Ends with Andre Watts
Ox College Blackouts Termed Critical; Western Room, Board Open to Miami Men; Econ. Prof. Thatcher Dies at 57; Luctrician Johnson; Relevant Themes, Music Heard in Kumler Chapel; Freshman Ziegler Slick on Diamond;
U. Council Ballots to Carry Issues for Referendum; SAC Considers Reports of Visitation Groups; Fisher Hall Registered as Historic; Etheridge Stresses Education on Issue of Contraception; Porter Adviser Named as New Assistant Dean; Urban Cops Hires...
Miami Security Police Investigate 344 Reported Thefts This Year; Register for Peace Rallies New Voters; U. Council Elections Wednesday; Lewis to Speak on Nonviolence, Black Politics; Federal Grants Apply to Miami EOP Funding; Steffens Priority, Win;
Deadlines for Absentee Balloting Approach for November Election; Undergrad Representation Urged within Departments; SMC Presents Alternatives to Homecoming Activities; Senate Outlines Plans for Action on Visitation; HRC Retreat Marks Initiation of...
Tappan Hall Officially Dedicated; U. Council Passes Student Activity in Departments; Freshmen Elect Leonard to Presidency of Class; Drug Survey Shows 23% Rise in Usage; Frat Life Fascinates Exchange Student; Arab Americans Pursue Understanding,...
NCAA Ruling on Frosh Eligibility to Reduce Costs in Athletic Dept.; Registration Computer Knows All; Carelessness Cause of Most Dorm Fires; Lack of Interest Ends Classes; Geology Offers 'Lab' in Field;
Hollis Doubts New Council; Miami Committed To Nonwhite Faculty Recruiting; Educators Exchange Education Information; Budget Process Criticized, Defended; Visitation Issue Complex; Health Center, Complete Service
Skins Capture MAC Title; Team Offers Four Proposals for Western; Frat Members Want Autonomy; Student Jobs Supplement Aid; Students Should Attempt to Improve Instruction; Miami Educators Debate Faculty Rights, Ethics; The Drought Ends, Mu Reaps MAC...
Williamson Grabs 53 Percent of Vote, Other Candidates Face Final Ballot ; New Paper to Appear Next Week; Business Sets New Policies to Ease Scheduling Problems; Norton Praises Student Input; Student Union Proposed as New Power Base
Board Picks Building Site, Turns Down Fisher Funding; Fire Destroys Home, Students Unharmed; Drive Started for Fire Victims; Business School to Hear Plan for Enrollment Lid; Western Reps Unhappy with Board Decision
MU's Swine Vaccine Cut Back; The Colonel Visits Oxford; Miami Asks $2 Million or New Equipment; Real-World Jobs Provide Valuable Intern Experience; SAC Gears Up for Student Organization Funding; Council Ends Bagel Batter with 5-2 Rejection of Ban;
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
Miami Senior Sues University Over Dismissal from Newspaper; Shultz to Meet Gromyko; Miami and China Set Up a Faculty, Student Exchange; Group Studies Street Lighting for Safety; City Council Decides to Develop New Wells
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;