Bonum In Malo; Young America; Locals; Personals; The Celebration Of The 22nd; To Our Friends; The Effects Of An Elective Course; Are The Vices Prevalent Among Students Acquired At College; Kennans Lecture; Among The Exchanges; Notes From Princeton;...
'Review of the Life of Honorable Samuel W. Parker; Honorable William J. Rusk, Mayor of Oxford; Resignation of Dr. Dan Millikin from the Board of Trustees; Elocution Classes; Management of the Miami Student; Preparations for Commencement; Meeting of...
Student Misbehavior; Book Published by Henry Hold and Company; C.R. Rankin; Baseball Team; The Western Christian Advocate; Prolegomena to a Science of Religions; Western Female Seminary; Teachers Association
Paper Read by Professor Todd Before Ohio College Association; Senior Class Plans Vaudeville to Raise Shekels; Premedic Club Hears Lecture by Dr. Bishop on Tuberculosis; Recensio Board Hope to Break Record for Successful Book; Press Club Reorganized...
Frank Hannaford to Edit Miami Student; Rex Elected to Senate Presidency; Vera Bevington to Study in France; Dr. C.E. Carter Writes on Historical Topic; Judge Elam Fisher called by Death; Louise Stevenson Leads Girl's Student Council
'Pep Banquet in Wells Hall Monday Night Opens Chest Annual Drive for $5,500; Two Thousand Year Old Play Booked for Artists Course; New Glee Club Men Selected; Band Has New Drum Majors; Administration Invites Dads'
Human Relations Group Presents Integration Figure; Mr. K Keeps Promise as Soviets Explode Bomb; Angry Fathers Demand Old McGuffey Readers; Art Historian Lectures on Hindu Culture; Fierce College Football Rivals Complicate Male Animal Plot
New Budget Proposal Presented to SAC; Surplus Funds Allow Extra Financial Aid to Summer Students; Research May Help Disabled's Future; MME Receives a Lesson in Business Etiquette; Miami Places in Duke Classic
New Fee Hike May Upset Students; Oxford Planning Commission Favors New Miami Commons Condo Complex; Senate Discusses Meal Plans; Brill Library Extends to 24 Hours to Meet Students Study Needs; Court and State Officials say Issue Three Resolved;...
Pearson Enacts Hiring Freeze Due to Expected Subsidy Cuts; Professor Emeritus Recalls Pearl Harbor Bombing; City Council Approves Solid Waste Program; Fact- AIDS Is Spreading Faster Among Women Thank Men
Woman Assaulted in Candlewood; Higher GPA Required by Fraternities to Rush; Students Travel Abroad for Course Credit; Jesse Jackson says Remarks Made About Tiger Wood's Show Resistance; Refuse Pickup Rates Change; Aquarium Added to Stewart School;...
Envisioning MU in 2020; Discussing diversity: Lawyer rules actions of Miami officials non-discriminatory; Phi Tau national fraternity drops lawsuit; Take-home exams test Miami students' integrity; Amidst loss, anthropology professor finds...
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