Director Lectures; McBride to Give Scholarship; Talented Dancer Stresses Grace; Analysis of , Student, Emphasizes Diversity of Important Decisions; Mulliken Out to Defend Title as NCAA Meet Nears; Pat Royse Looks at LIFE
Uptown Senate Rep Finds Wide Communication Lag; Pulitzer Poet Eberhart Reads Selected Works; University Senate Votes 3-2 For Trimester Over Quarters, Action Reverses Faculty Council, Final Decision With Trustees; Marchers Greeted With Grins, Gas,...
Group Plans to Disobey, Readies for Dow Protest, Asserts Student Rights Issue in Confrontation; Gary Luhr Appointed Assistant News Editor; Student Senate to Ask Ohio Bus to Arrange Out-of-State Charter; Lack of Concern Impedes Civil Defense...
University In Crisis Examination Opens Sunday Without Klonsky; Newspapers Barred From Uptown Place; University Program Fifth in Controversial Issue Series; Black Students Express Frustration, Seek Action; New President Plans Powerful Frosh Year
Self-Determined Hours Highlights AWS Plan; Faculty Council Hears Both Arguments on Ad Hoc Report, To Meet Friday; Black Culture Week Speaker Given Leeway; Beer Proposal May Meet Legal Obstacles; Political Science Dept. Discovers Drastic Shortage...
Legal Snarl Keeps Liquor Issues Off Ballot at Millett Precinct; English Prof Planned Suicide, Left 6 Page Note, Detective Says; Women's Athletic Funds Jump; Affirmative Action is Taking Action; Mums the Word on Josh Mystery
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
Beck Loses Water Suit, Says He Will Not Quit; Court Denies Green's Appeal, Suspended Judge to Face Trial; An Era Ends with Shriver's Exit; Town Reacts to Proposed Hotel; Restaurant Postpones Rebuilding; Wellness Dorm to Stress Fitness; Shoplifting...
Parking Irks Residents; Reactions to MU Lobby Mixed; Cohen Works for All Students; Proposed Cuts May Prove Fatal to Organizations; Campus May no Longer Have WRC; Student Life Keeps Polling Despite Future; Journal May Halt Publication
MU Funds May Cover New Cuts; University Council to Receive Proposal to Increase Student Admission Standards; Childers Suggests Making Ox College Co-ed Dorm; Yamauchi Elected President of U.S. Religion Science Group;
Senate Tries Plan B for Student Access; Sexism Defined by Campus Survey; Education Department Receives Bonus Funds; Psychology Professor Builds Workspace Guide; Bad Atmosphere Blamed for Minority Drought; Graduate Job Offers on the Decline Says...
Grad Student Arrested for Murder; VP of Business Affairs Faces Possible Impeachment Charges; Senate Kills Garver's Student Reform Bill, President Responds with Alternative Plan; Newly Implemented Crime Bill Put to Test,Wang Awaits University...
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