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5,000 attend open house
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Purdue University
Date: 5/3/1984
p. 1, c. 3

Subcommittee looks at promotion process of faculty members
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: AAUP (American Association of University Professors)
Date: 4/4/1984
p. 10

Ten Purdue senior women were honored
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: AAUW (American Association of University Women)
Date: 3/28/1984
p. 3

'Peppy' PU students to rally tonight at Slayter
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Action Faction Organization (spirit group formed in 1983)
Date: 10/12/1984
p. 3

Claimant asks support in appeal to revise affirmative action plan
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Affirmative Action
Date: 1/19/1984
p. 1

Affirmative Action program hopes to remedy prejucices
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Affirmative Action
Date: 2/13/1984
p. 1

Action (ed.)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Affirmative Action
Date: 2/13/1984
p. 6

Awareness Week hopes to improve program
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Affirmative Action
Date: 2/15/1984
p. 3

Beering extends hand of friendship in affirmative action speech
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Affirmative Action
Date: 2/16/1984
p. 3

Speaker [Newcomb] describes sexual harassment
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Affirmative Action
Date: 2/17/1984
p. 3

List of possible members of selection committee announced Wednesday [President's Affirmative Action awards]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Affirmative Action
Date: 11/8/1984
p. 4

Noted actor, lecturer to teach
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Afro-American Studies (African Studies)
Date: 1/9/1984
p. 4A

Farmers anticipate improved farm incomes
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Agricultural Economics
Date: 2/10/1984
p. 7

Ag Econ student task force desires change
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Agricultural Economics
Date: 4/25/1984
p. 8

Former agriculture secretary (Robert Bargland) speaks at Purdue; says farm policy doesn't depend on market prices
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Agriucltural Economics
Date: 9/10/1984
p. 3

Farm Science Days scn hi-tech furture
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Agriculture, School of
Date: 1/9/1984
p. 2A

More feed beats loss of body heat
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Agriculture, School of
Date: 1/9/1984
p. 9B

Tractors broadcast Expo info
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Agriculture, School of
Date: 1/10/1984
p. 5

Ag fish fry touches yesterday with '50s theme
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Agriculture, School of
Date: 1/16/1984
p. 3

Entomology researchers strive to stamp out roaches for good
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Agriculture, School of
Date: 1/24/1984
p. 1

Ag reps to visit career day
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Agriculture, School of
Date: 1/31/1984
p. 8

Agriculture school's move of farm facilities may allow other schools to use old space
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Agriculture, School of
Date: 2/3/1984
p. 10

EDB may prove risk to public
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Agriculture, School of
Date: 2/10/1984
p. 7

Research animals later bought by public at Purdue Meat Lab
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Agriculture, School of
Date: 3/16/1984
p. 3

Officials meet cows 'hands on' for Indiana's Ag Day festivities
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Agriculture, School of
Date: 3/20/1984
p. 1

Beering wins Ag Day milk-off; IU president faces 'udder' failure
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Agriculture, School of
Date: 3/21/1984
p. 1

Farmers
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Agriculture, School of
Date: 3/23/1984
p. 6

Ag Day hopes to educate unfamiliar
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Agriculture, School of
Date: 3/23/1984
` p. 24

National Agri Marketing Association elected officers
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Agriculture, School of
Date: 3/27/1984
p. 3

Purdue's new livestock judging team
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Agriculture, School of
Date: 3/29/1984
p. 3

Gamma Sigma Delta awards
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Agriculture, School of
Date: 3/30/1984
p. 9

Prof Chris Hurt, Bad weather could be good for farmers
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Agriculture, School of
Date: 3/30/1984
p. 18

Agriculture school seeks associate dean
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Agriculture, School of
Date: 4/11/1984
p. 5

'Project Future' acquaints students with Ag school
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Agriculture, School of
Date: 4/12/1984
p. 10

Jan Guard, a junior in animal sciences, was named Agricultural Queen
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Agriculture, School of
Date: 4/17/1984
p. 3

Prof (D.R. Smith) says international programs office offers research chances for agriculture
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Agriculture, School of
Date: 4/19/1984
p. 5

Ag school's dairy cattle judging team wins international contest
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Agriculture, School of
Date: 6/15/1984
p. 4

Research results explained, farmers view new practices, [Agronomy Farm Field Day]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Agriculture, School of
Date: 6/20/1984
p. 3

[Farm Field Day] Flower power (photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Agriculture, School of
Date: 7/16/1984
p. 1

Sigma Alpha Sorority establishes a 'home base'
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Agriculture, School of
Date: 7/18/1984
p. 11

Ag school plans dedication; food department made official
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Agriculture, School of
Date: 9/5/1984
p. 4

Safety Week to stress farm danger
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Agriculture, School of
Date: 9/17/1984
p. 3

Minority enrollment 'not that low'
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Agriculture, School of
Date: 10/2/1984
p. 3

Winter courses in Ag School to have regular college format
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Agriculture, School of
Date: 11/6/1984
p. 7

Center offers photo service for students
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Agriculture Communication Service
Date: 10/3/1984
p. 12

Purdue airport to receive grant
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Airport
Date: 1/11/1984
p. 3

Britt airways to begin flying out of PU Airport in August
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Airport
Date: 4/27/1984
p. 3

Britt airways to serve area in August, joins Air Wisconsin at Purdue Airport
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Airport
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 11

[Stoike] Controller retires after 31 years
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Airport
Date: 6/22/1984
p. 3

PU director [Strand] downplays Britt's problems
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Airport
Date: 6/27/1984
p. 4

Lafayette Aviation expands at airport
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Airport
Date: 6/27/1984
p. 4

University airport addition makes facility 'convenient'
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Airport
Date: 3/1/1984
p. 3

Pilot makes 'hopeful' landing
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Airport
Date: 3/27/1984
p. 1

Air Wisc. reschedules
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Airport
Date: 7/20/1984
p. 1

New airport terminal opens in ceremonies held Saturday
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Airport
Date: 10/22/1984
p. 3

Appreciation (Stoike) photo
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Airport
Date: 7/6/1984
p. 1

Plane crashes on approach to Purdue (photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Airport
Date: 9/25/1984
p. 3

University airport gets federal grant; funds to help pay for apron expansion
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Airport
Date: 9/28/1984
p. 4

AIC offers alcohol awareness series
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alcohol
Date: 3/1/1984
p. 5

Board presents workshop on substance abuse
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alcohol
Date: 3/1/1984
p. 5

Two opposing groups of senators stall bill to raise legal drinking age to 21 nationally
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alcohol
Date: 6/15/1984
p. 2

Lugar press aide: Effects of 21 drinking age immediate, significant
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alcohol
Date: 6/15/1984
p. 1

Uniformity (ed.)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alcohol
Date: 6/18/1984
p. 4

Support availability to students with drug, alcohol difficulties
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alcohol
Date: 6/22/1984
p. 6

Area groups support campus center [360 House]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alcohol
Date: 6/22/1984
p. 6

Two opposing groups of senators stall bill to raise legal drinking age to 21 nationally
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alcohol
Date: 6/15/1984
p. 1

Lugar press aide: Effects of 21 drinking age immediately significant
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alcohol
Date: 6/15/1984
p. 1

Uniformity (ed)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alcohol
Date: 6/18/1984
p. 4

Support available to students with drug, alcohol difficulties
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alcohol
Date: 6/22/1984
p. 6

Area groups support campus center [360 House]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alcohol
Date: 6/22/1984
p. 6

Senate passes 21 drinking age amendment
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alcohol
Date: 6/27/1984
p. 1

Governor's task force mails out letter to group susceptible to drunken driving
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alcohol
Date: 7/11/1984
p. 5

Purdue student [Nick Wright] reports on drunken driving problem, mentions attorneys as major cause for court delays
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alcohol
Date: 9/6/1984
p. 4

Bars utilize program to keep drivers sober
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alcohol
Date: 10/4/1984
p. 1

Disignate (ed)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alcohol
Date: 10/10/1984
p. 10

Lawsuit names fraternity, former student; alleges accident result of 'wanton neglect'
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alcohol
Date: 10/17/1984
p. 3

Suit will not change fraternity status
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alcohol
Date: 10/17/1984
p. 12

Purdue won't kick habit; drinks more beer, not wine
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alcohol
Date: 10/18/1984
p. 15

PU's alcohol policy proves that rules are meant to be broken
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alcohol
Date: 10/24/1984
p. 6

Bar managers: Driver program gets little response
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alcohol
Date: 10/30/1984
p. 3

Drinking (ed.)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alcohol
Date: 11/5/1984
p. 8

Sigma Nu, Alpha Chi Omega plan 'gelatin jump' for Leukemia Society
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alpha Chi Omega
Date: 8/30/1984
p. 3

Jump for joy (photos)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alpha Chi Omega
Date: 9/3/1984
p. 3

Saturday's Triathlon competition presents challenge to individuals (photos)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alpha Chi Rho
Date: 9/6/1984
p. 24

Brazilian swimmer breaks tape in Saturday's Midwest Triathlon (photos)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alpha Chi Rho
Date: 9/10/1984
p. 9

Twistin' the day away (photo-B. Nichols)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alpha Delta Pi
Date: 10/12/1984
p. 1A

Twistin' the day away (photo-B. Nichols)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alpha Epsilon Pi
Date: 10/12/1984
p. 1A

Fraternity, sorority sponsor 'Road Rally" for charity
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alpha Kappa Lambda
Date: 9/26/1984
p. 3

APO wants to start 'pumping your plasma' before time runs out on annual blood drive
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alpha Phi Omega
Date: 4/5/1984
p. 5

Giving [Trapp] (photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alpha Phi Omega
Date: 6/27/1984
p. 1

Ugly Man on Campus contest to feature seven 'unusual' faces
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alpha Phi Omega
Date: 10/22/1984
p. 5

Fraternity, IU wage 'Battle of the Veins'
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alpha Phi Omega
Date: 10/29/1984
p. 3

Car show (photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alpha Tau Omega
Date: 10/29/1984
p. 3

Consistent Purdue donors avoid year-end rush
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alumni
Date: 1/9/1984
p. 2A

Purdue alumnus [Wooden] earns ISU Hall of Fame hoors
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alumni
Date: 2/1/1984
p. 24

[twenty-one] Alumni to share job experiences at 0084 seminars
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alumni
Date: 3/15/1984
p. 3

Former Purdue player Hermann looks forward to playing in Indy
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alumni
Date: 4/2/1984
p. 16

[Bob Griese] Former Purdue quarterback to act as 1984 grand marshal [Grand Prix], Grand Prix special issue
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alumni
Date: 4/27/1984
p. 7

Former PU star [Young] hopes to stay with Colts
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alumni
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 13A

'Scooby' (Scearce), Kendrick return from Europe to Purdue
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alumni
Date: 6/13/1984
p. 12

Cross says NBA bench-sitting differs from PU starting years
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alumni
Date: 6/15/1984
p. 16

Rowinski picked in fourth round [NBA]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alumni
Date: 6/20/1984
p. 16

PU graduate Walker to voyage upon maiden flight of Discovery
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alumni
Date: 6/22/1984
p. 8

Discovery departs, PU grad [Walker] conducts study
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alumni
Date: 6/25/1984
p. 1

Two more Purdue alumni become university presidents [Sojka, Williams, DeRocco]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alumni
Date: 7/6/1984
p. 5

Purdue graduate becomes new Co-rec director [Preo]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alumni
Date: 7/11/1984
p. 12

Former PU defensive end and Colts draftee, Scott signs contract is ready to play ball
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alumni
Date: 7/18/1984
p. 16

Resident glass artist clear winner [Mary Sixbey]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alumni
Date: 7/20/1984
p. 10

[George] Ade's contributions to Indiana honored in summer festival; July 27-29 in Indy
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alumni
Date: 7/20/1984
p. 10

Purdue greats become menu items [Triple XXX]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alumni
Date: 7/27/1984
p. 10

Purdue graduate [Stanley Lesh] shoots himself on airport runway
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alumni
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 3A

[Astronauts] University launches grade into space program (photos)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alumni
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 1

Delay hasn't dulled Walker's enthusiasm for space shuttle mission (photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alumni
Date: 8/29/1984
p. 6

Campbell enjoys pro football; happy as Steelers' third quarterback (photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alumni
Date: 9/12/1984
p. 24

Townsend in town to speak; will discuss education issues
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alumni
Date: 9/21/1984
p. 1

Former Boiler [Rowinski]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alumni
Date: 10/12/1984
p. 15A

Golden State puts [Russell] Crow on waivers (photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alumni
Date: 10/16/1984
p. 18

Jazz waives Rowinski
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alumni
Date: 10/18/1984
p. 22

Colts-Steelers game unites former Boilers, Hermann, Young, Campbell among players
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alumni
Date: 10/22/1984
p. 22

Rowinski decides to play in Italian league after waived by Jazz in favor of veterans
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alumni
Date: 10/25/1984
p. 24

Purdue graduate [Max Armstrong] gives broadcasting tips
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alumni
Date: 11/13/1984
p. 7

Astronaut [Loren] Shriver will become first Purdue alumni shuttle pilot (photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alumni
Date: 11/29/1984
p. 3

Program [Student Alumni Council] matches students, alumni
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Alumni Association
Date: 11/15/1984
p. 3

Sheep day at Purdue to draw 250 campus visitors; educational activities aimed at industry producers
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Animal Sciences
Date: 6/15/1984
p. 4

64th Swine Day to examine research, provide tours of commercial exhibits; will include question, answer sessions
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Animal Sciences
Date: 8/30/1984
p. 9

University's animal science division to obtain modern reserch facilities
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Animal Sciences
Date: 9/12/1984
p. 7

Stare-down [Faculty Art & Design] (Photo-T. Nation)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Art Department
Date: 11/9/1984
p. 1

"Brown Bag Thursday" offers art appreciation in relaxed atmosphere
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Art Exhibits
Date: 9/6/1984
p. 12

Art and science share creative relationship
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Art Exhibits
Date: 2/17/1984
p. 14

Nigerian sculptor [Felix Eboigbe] puts African history into is natural wooden works of art (photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Art Exhibits
Date: 9/4/1984
p. 6

Boilers may lose, but merchants still win
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 1/9/1984
p. 1B

NCAA Proposition 35 cells for new board to oversee athletics
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 1/11/1984
p. 16

Schools limit NCAA power
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 1/12/1984
p. 20

Olympic hopeful to set pace for Purdue's track opener
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 1/12/1984
p. 24

Elevating soccer to varsity sport status meets with controversy
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 1/24/1984
p. 16

Dorm theft attests net charges against athletes
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/3/1984
p. 1

Student Senate supports efforts of teams seeking varsity status
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/9/1984
p. 22

Criminal cofinement, recklessness charges flled against former football player in Wiley Hall incident
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/10/1984
p. 6

Perry [basketball] pleads guilty to count of theft
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/10/1984
p. 6

Women's track team sets records
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/13/1984
p. 24

Boilermakers' wrestling team loses two matches this weekend
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/13/1984
p. 24

Men's track team upsets IL 169-129
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/13/1984
p. 25

[tennis] Netter snaps back
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/13/1984
p. 27

Purdue swim team sets four season bests
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/17/1984
p. 16

Wrestlers go to Notre Dame
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/17/1984
p. 16

[Wrestling] Hinkel contributes to grapplers' success story
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/15/1984
p. 23

Purdue athlete returns to jail
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/16/1984
p. 1

Netters [women's tennis] hope for win in Ohio
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/17/1984
p. 16

Tracksters seek win, 2,17,1984
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/17/1984
p. 23

Fine, suspended sentence levied upon athlete Perry
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/29/1984
p. 1

Grapplers pin Irish, Warriors
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/20/1984
p. 22

In first season match
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/20/1984
p. 22

Individual efforts some up short as Boiler swimmers suffer loss
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/20/1984
p. 22

Strong finish propels women's track team to meet victory
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/20/1984
p. 23

Purdue men's track team dashes past Illini
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/20/1984
p. 24

Justice? [Perry case] (ed)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/22/1984
p. 12

Purdue sprinter Perry among nation's best, hopes to earn place on 1984 Olympic team
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/22/1984
p. 24

Judge orders continuance in Purdue athletes' hearing
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/24/1984
p. 1

Word [recruit] has many meanings
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/24/1984
p. 10

Days of wining, dining and amidst new rules [recruitment]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/24/1984
p. 11

High school athlete endures recruitment
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/24/1984
p. 12

Women's recruiting takes high energy
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/24/1984
p. 12

Scholarships' past colorful
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/24/1984
p. 18

wins can't be gotten like 'Big Macs'
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/24/1984
p. 15

Scholarships usually renewed
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/24/1984
p. 16

Matmen to battle Big Ten rivals
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/24/1984
p. 23

Track teams to go to IU for championship
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/24/1984
p. 24

Women swimmers perform well at meet
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/27/1984
p. 21

Women tracksters control TAC, ready for Big Ten Championship
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/27/1984
p. 28

McNair takes spotlight at track meet
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/27/1984
p. 28

Purdue wrestler finishes third; Iowa grapples 11th Big Ten title
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 2/28/1984
p. 16

Track team co-favorite for Big Ten victory
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 3/2/1984
p. 12

Tracksters compete in NCAA tourney
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 3/12/1984
p. 17

Boilers over break
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 3/12/1984
p. 21

Softball team gains good experience
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 3/13/1984
p. 14

Track teams finish well in conference meets, results encouraging
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 3/14/1984
p. 20

Teamwork [women's track, helps runners gain benefits
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 3/15/1984
p. 10

Men's, women's tennis teams follow Golden Rule of athletics
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 3/10/1984
p. 24

Big ten training table
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 3/21/1984
p. 19

Boilers sweep Indiana State in 9-0 women's tennis match
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 3/21/1984
p 20

Men's golf team seeks 'great finish' no snow
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 3/21/1984
p. 20

Unseasonally bad weather showers problems on spring sports
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 3/23/1984
p. 28

Women's tennis team has mixed weekend
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 3/26/1984
p. 27

PU women's track team sprints to victory
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 3/26/1984
p. 28

[Ginny Golding] winning leads women to second in powerlifting meet
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 3/28/1984
p. 13

tennis, Mark Koza, crushing victory
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 3/28/1984
p. 19

State of Michigan brings victory and loss to women's tennis team
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/2/1984
p. 17

Purdue Relays (photos)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/2/1984
p. 18

Purdue men's tennis team slams Bowling Green
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/2/1984
p. 18

Track teams ignore weather, overpower foes in Purdue Relays
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/2/1984
p. 20

The 1984-85 Purdue cheerleading units have been named
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/4/1984
p. 23

Sophomore jumper [Netterville, holds Purdue, Big Ten records
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/5/1984
p. 20

Track teams up against top in nation in non-scoring SEMO relays
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Date: 4/6/1984
p. 19

Milwaukee massacre: Men's tennis team
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/9/1984
p. 25

Men's golf team wins at home; women finish sixth in Kentucky
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/9/1984
p. 25

Women's tennis improves despite loss to Minnesota
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/9/1984
p. 25

Women tracksters set 19 records at relays
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/9/1984
p. 26

Men's track features McNair's sprint win at relays
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/9/1984
p. 26

Talent, experience work together to benefit women golfers
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/11/1984
p. 21

Tennis team ends Miami of Ohio's winning streak
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/11/1984
p. 23

Coach [Wilt]: High jump champion to attend Purdue next fall, join PU women's track team
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/13/1984
p. 32

Track teams increase competition as spring arrives
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/13/1984
p. 32

Boilermaker tennis team to vie Fighting Illini today
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/16/1984
p. 22

Purdue women's golf team finishes in fourth place at weekend's Lady Illini Invitational
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/16/1984
p. 22

Wilson, Lambert garner 'Golden Grip' top Honors [gymnastics]
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/17/1984
p. 19

Purdue women's tennis team defeats Fighting Illini with late rally
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/17/1984
p. 20

Women golfers take first in invitational over SIU
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/17/1984
p. 20

[Jane] Neff receives prestigious Olympia Award, joins ranks of honored in amateur sports
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/18/1984
p. 24

Men's tennis victory over Irish edges record near all time high
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/19/1984
p. 24

Money affects future of women's athletics
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/20/1984
p. 10

PU women finish last in Big Ten
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/20/1984
p. 11

3 seniors [Layman, Laconde, Hoosline] review participation in basketball, volleyball teams
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Date: 4/20/1984
p. 84

Faster than a record spring [women's track advances
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/20/1984
p. 13

Coaches discuss plans used to recruit [women] players
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/20/1984
p. 13

Women's sports compete for dollars
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/20/1984
p. 15

Women 'pump iron' to avoid injuries
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/20/1984
p. 15

Added promotions may increase sales [women's sports]
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/20/1984
p. 16

Women swimmers lack pool to contend
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/20/1984
p. 23

Purdue track teams to face IU Saturday
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/20/1984
p. 24

Gophers beat Purdue men's tennis team; Abele upsets third-ranked player Pahlett
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/23/1984
p. 23

Purdue women's track team beats IU at intercollegiates meet
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/23/1984
p. 24

Purdue men's golf finishes second in Illinois
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/23/1984
p. 24

Men's tennis team sweeps victory from IU
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/25/1984
p. 20

Heiden has good chance of winning Big Ten Golf Championship
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/25/1984
p. 20

Purdue tennis team shuts out Depauw
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/26/1984
p. 15

Track team sends participants to Drake relays
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/27/1984
p. 18

Tennis player finds right combination of academics sports at PU
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/27/1984
p. 18

Men's tennis team faces foe Ohio State in Big Ten tournament
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 4/27/1984
p. 19

Sports personalities (photos)
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 5/1/1984
p. 16

Purdue Sports Information Office has announced the hiring of a new assistant sport information director [Bob Goldring]
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 6/13/1984
p. 16

Supreme Court rules on NCAA case; colleges will negotiate own TV time
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 6/29/1984
p. 1

NCAA seeks permission to implement alternatives television plan
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 7/2/1984
p. 1

Sports info department gets computer; expected greatly improve efficiencey
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 7/6/1984
p. 16

Division I members vote to reject NCAA's football television plan
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 7/11/1984
p. 10

Athletic department considers soccer, softball for varsity status
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 7/27/1984
p. 20

Ten television schedule leaves dates, times undecided
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 7/27/1984
p. 20

Boilermaker athletes to be asked randomly to undergo drug tests
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 1E

Fall schedules
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 13E

Athletic drug testing program goal is prevention
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 8/30/1984
p. 20

Drugs (ed.)
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 9/5/1984
p. 6

Women's athletics to celebrate 10th
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Subject: Athletics
Date: 9/28/1984
p. 25

Lecturer, [Kent] to speak on speech disorders
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Date: 3/23/1984
p. 23

Conference on audiology, speech sciences planned
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Subject: Audiology and Speech Sciences
Date: 10/18/1984
p. 9

Baseball team notches twin bill
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Subject: Baseball
Date: 3/12/1984
p. 12

Coach predicts high scoring team for 1984 Purdue baseball season
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Subject: Baseball
Date: 3/22/1984
p. 20

Offense potent in win; pitching stays 'shaky'
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Subject: Baseball
Date: 3/26/1984
p. 16

Boilers split with Lewis
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Subject: Baseball
Date: 4/2/1984
p. 20

Baseball field vandalism damages new tarpaulin
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Subject: Baseball
Date: 4/5/1984
p. 19

Purdue scores 'run in bunches' beats Taylor wity solid pitching
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Subject: Baseball
Date: 4/6/1984
p. 20

'Bats sluggish' as baseball team loses three to Eastern Illinois
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Subject: Baseball
Date: 4/9/1984
p. 28

Boiler Baseball: Rossy, Maniago spearhead offensive attack
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Subject: Baseball
Date: 4/10/1984
p. 20

Boiler baseball team beats Butler in 'slugfest'
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Subject: Baseball
Date: 4/11/1984
p. 24

Boilers win one lose one to St. Xavier college in baseball action
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Subject: Baseball
Date: 4/12/1984
p. 24

Purdue washes out Wabash, Rose-Hullman in double victory
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Subject: Baseball
Date: 4/16/1984
p. 24

Dietrick discovers comfortable home in Boilermakers' outfield
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Subject: Baseball
Date: 4/18/1984
p. 20

Boiler baseball team rallies in nightcap to salvage split with Irish
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Subject: Baseball
Date: 4/19/1984
p. 24

Boiler baseball team earns split in four games with Buckeyes
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Subject: Baseball
Date: 4/23/1984
p. 24

Rosey slams three run homer to help Boilers tame Bulldogs
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Subject: Baseball
Date: 4/25/1984
p. 20

Boiler pitching staff sharpens aim, throws double win over Valpo
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Subject: Baseball
Date: 4/26/1984
p. 16

MLB drafts PU players, varsity teams and seasons
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Subject: Baseball
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 21A

Seven recruits to join baseball roster
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Subject: Baseball
Date: 7/18/1984
p. 14

Keady adds experience, intensity to basketball
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 12/3/1984
p. 8

Factories of tomorrow designed today
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Date: 8/22/1984
p. 10B

Lab allies production, robotics
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Date: 10/12/1984
p. 7B

Students consult Campus Appeals Board for final word on unfavorable decision
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Date: 2/23/1984
p. 5

Appeals Board makes decision; Rugby Club deactivated until July
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Subject: Campus Appeals Board
Date: 2/24/1984
p. 1

Keith Fix Band stuns audience
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Subject: Campus Sounds
Date: 1/30/1984
p. 17

PSUB Campus Sounds promises music, magic
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Subject: Campus Sounds
Date: 2/3/1984
p. 16

Diversity invigorates Campus Sounds
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Subject: Campus Sounds
Date: 2/6/1984
p. 17

Music, vocals dominate night's agenda during Summer Campus Sounds show
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Subject: Campus Sounds
Date: 7/25/1984
p. 6

That's entertainment (Photo - Angela James, Terry Earhart)
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Subject: Campus Sounds
Date: 7/25/1984
p. 1

PSUB offers student 'talent show;' auditions held for Campus Sounds
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Subject: Campus Sounds
Date: 9/10/1984
p. 8

'Nature of Cancer' fills students' needs
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Subject: Cancer Research Center
Date: 1/12/1984
p. 5

Stop smoking
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Subject: Cancer Research Center
Date: 2/13/1984
p. 5

Professor W. Baird: Knowledge of cancer, causes, help in finding cure
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Subject: Cancer Research Center
Date: 10/12/1984
p. 6B

Quad resident arrested, appears in court
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Date: 2/10/1984
p. 5

Quad gets power turned off during break
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Subject: Cary Hall
Date: 3/12/1984
p. 3

Cary's Sting captures Quad intramural basketball championship
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Subject: Cary Hall
Date: 3/27/1984
p. 15

Annual 'Olympics' break conservative image
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Subject: Cary Hall
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 18C

Cary manager retires after 22 years with residence hall system [Burwell]
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Subject: Cary Hall
Date: 6/29/1984
p. 1

Wet ride (Photo - Tricycle contest)
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Subject: Cary Hall
Date: 9/10/1984
p. 3

Keady hopes to fix problems
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 1/9/1984
p. 17

Purdue basketball team quietly triumphs despite empty seats
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 1/8/1984
p. 24

Women roundballers drop two on western tour
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 2/13/1984
p. 27

Boilermakers slip past Wildcats while Hall sits out second half
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 2/13/1984
p. 28

Revenge-hungry Spartans host PU
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 2/16/1984
p. 24

Boilers stock falls in Spartan win
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 2/17/1984
p. 24

Boilers face Wolverines
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 2/17/1984
p. 24

Weekend loss put female roundballers on ice
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 2/20/1984
p. 23

Boilermakers overcome Wolverines 67-64
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Date: 2/20/1984
p. 24

Purdue, Illini matchup spawns campus type
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 2/21/1984
p. 16

Purdue falls to number 13 after split, 2
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 2/21/1984
p. 16

Keady prepares for Saturday
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 2/22/1984
p. 24

Beering asks for support for team
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 2/23/1984
p. 6

New slant on weekend's hoop matching compares Illini's Henson to Mel Brooks
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 2/23/1984
p. 28

Purdue basketball host [Shutter] leads dual life
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 2/23/1984
p. 28

Pep rally to be held today
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 2/24/1984
p. 1

Rah! (ed.)
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 2/24/1984
p. 6

Women cagers to battle Illinois
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 2/24/1984
p. 23

Boilers, Illini to battle for no. 1
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 2/24/1984
p. 24

Players appreciate the support of fans
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 2/24/1984
p. 24

Odds of getting tickets slim even advertising proves fruitless
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 2/24/1984
p. 24

No. 1-Rowinski takes command, leads boilers to victory over Illini
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 2/27/1984
p. 1

I love Keady's Kids (photo)
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 2/27/1984
p. 26

Women's basketball team falls
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 2/27/1984
p. 27

Mackey was shakin
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 2/27/1984
p. 28

'Hoosier Hysteria' sweeps across campus
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 2/27/1984
p. 28

Player of the week Rowinski-Big 10 (photo)
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 2/28/1984
p. 16

Boilers come in at no. 11
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 2/29/1984
p. 15

Weather may slow Indiana but not Purdue
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 2/29/1984
p. 20

Perspective may be clouded by success
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 2/29/1984
p. 20

Boiler blues--Hurryin dash Purrdue's hopes snatch 78-59 victory
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 3/1/1984
p. 20

Knight says Hoosiers not buried, Boilers must battle to keep first
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 3/2/1984
p. 12

Hello, hello (photo)
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 3/12/1984
p. 1

CIS offers seminars for Purdue instructors
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Date: 4/26/1984
p. 7

New guidance source to aid teen parents
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Subject: Center for Instructional Services
Date: 7/20/1984
p. 3

[Chemistry magic show] Believe in Magic? (Photo)
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Subject: Chemistry Department
Date: 4/2/1984
p. 5

'Max' the robot eliminates time-consuming physical labor in chem department
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Subject: Chemistry Department
Date: 7/27/1984
p. 3

Chemistry graduate student [Linda chamberlain] hospitalized after accident
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Subject: Chemistry Department
Date: 9/6/1984
p. 1

Laser lab open house features light show (Photo - J. Behel)
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Subject: Chemistry Department
Date: 10/22/1984
p. 3

Saturday's traiathlon competition presents challenge to individuals (Photos)
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Subject: Chi Omega
Date: 9/6/1984
p. 24

Boilers nip Golden Gophers, win their 16th Big Ten crown
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 3/12/1984
p. 1

Women hoopsters end season
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 3/12/1984
p. 22

Boilermakers beat the Buckeyes, Badgers
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 3/12/1984
p. 23

Keady: Boilers look forward to facing 'anybody' in NCAA
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 3/12/1984
p. 24

Searching for NCAA tickets may prove fruitless venture
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 3/13/1984
p. 1

Rowinski, Hall receive conference honors for outstanding play
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 2/13/1984
p. 14

Fans send off Boiler team in second rally at Mackey
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 3/14/1984
p. 1

Autographed thank you note from the team
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 3/14/1984
p. 11

Saturday to begin third season for Boilers
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 3/14/1984
p. 11

Boilermakers climb to no. 10 in final AP rankings of season
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 3/14/1984
p. 20

Rowinski selected for AP All-American honorable mention team
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 3/15/1984
p. 20

Coaching staff takes 'crash courses' to prepare Boilers for NCAA contest
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 3/15/1984
p. 20

Writers Association tags Keady with Coach of the Year honors
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 3/15/1984
p. 20

4,000 cheering fans attend rally as Boilers go to NCAA tourney
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 3/16/1984
p. 1

Boo! (ed.)
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Date: 3/16/1984
p. 6

Keady's kids head to Memphis for NCAA
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 3/16/1984
p. 24

Winners or losers, Big Ten basketball teams split NCAA winnings
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 3/16/1984
p. 24

Thanks (ed.)
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 3/19/1984
p. 6

Keady: 'Too much Keith Lee' ends Purdue season abruptly
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 3/19/1984
p. 24

Boilermaker seniors look back on memorable season
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 3/19/1984
p. 24

Boilers hope for boost in ticket sales for next basketball season
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 3/23/1984
p. 26

Big Ten basketball all-academic team [Rowinski, Reid, Clauson]
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 3/23/1984
p. 26

Keady earns coaching award from Iowa Rebounders Club
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 3/28/1984
p. 22

Rowinski to compete against nation's best in 'Super Shootout III' contest for seniors
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 3/29/1984
p. 22

Littlejohn to decide soon on basketball scholarship
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 4/9/1984
p. 27

Keady still waiting on Littlejohn's answer
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 4/11/1984
p. 23

Hall claims defense prize in 1984 Big Ten
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 4/12/1984


Jahner, LaCroix sign national letters of intent, plan to join women's basketball next year
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 4/12/1984
p. 24

Today could be the day for 6 foot 9 center Littlejohn
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 4/12/1984
p. 24

Hoopsters sign on recruits
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 4/13/1984
p. 31

Littlejohn endorses national letter of intent, will play for Boilers next season
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Date: 4/13/1984
lp. 32

Mishawaka senior chooses Lady Boilers
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 4/17/1984
p. 23

Annual banquet celebrates Big Ten season
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 4/19/1984
p. 23

Women's basketball team may see changes in rules
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 4/20/1984
p. 14

Mishawaka's Versyp snares Miss Basketball crown to attend Purdue next fall with Mr. Basketball Lewis
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 4/23/1984
p. 23

Athletic directors vote to try 45-second clock in Big Ten
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 4/26/1984
p. 1

Purdue recruits could be finest collection of talent yet on paper
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 4/27/1984
p. 1

Cheers (photo)
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 5/1/1984
p. 1

Coach Gene Keady pays price for success
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 6/11/1984
16A

Frosh recruit stack follows family's footsteps
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 17

Future basketball recruiting begins; L&M high schools looks at Purdue
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 6/13/1984
p. 12

Kathy Gordon has been hired as Purdue's first full assistant women's basketball coach
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 6/13/1984
p. 12

Basketball season never ends (photo)
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 6/15/1984
p. 14

Littlejohn moves from junior college ranks, looks forward to physical play in Big Ten
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 6/22/1984
p. 20

Basketball recruit [Mitchell] gains experience playing in Mackey pickup games
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 6/27/1984
p. 12

PU nets 'top' 1985-86 basketball prospect; 6-7 Jones first Indiana player to announce
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 6/29/1984
p. 16

Men's cagers receive second verbal commitment from Patterson
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 7/9/1984
p. 16

Freshman recruit Arnold learns new style of hoop
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 7/9/1984
p. 16

Basketball season set: opens against Tampa, includes Ky., Sun Bowl
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 7/18/1984
p. 16

New talent [women] (photo)
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 8E

Men's roundball outlook 'similar to last year'
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 8/22/1984
p. !0E

Training program prepares basketball team (photos)
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 9/20/1984
p. 26

Keady: 1984-85 team biggest challenge yet
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 10/15/1984
p. 31

Coupon booklets for 1984-85 season of PU basketball not selling rapidly
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 10/24/1984
p. 24

Prep star [Melvin McCants] to attend Purdue next fall
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 10/25/1984
p. 24

Sharon Versyp prepares for first season
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 11/1/1984
p. 11

Keady discounts team size 'likes to play aggressive' (photo0
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 11/8/1984
p. 32

Coach [Jones]: Hoopsters 'on schedule' for opening game in two weeks
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 11/15/1984
p. 18

Basketball teams sign players to national letters-of-intent
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 11/15/1984
p. 20

Season opens against Notre Dame (photo-R.Jones, women's coach)
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 11/26/1984
p. 20

Basketball team to play Athletes in Action
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 11/27/1984
p. 20

Mackey Arena gets new shot clock; committee changes, redefines rules
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 11/29/1984
p. 20

Keady: Coach of the Year enjoys his 'chance of a lifetime'
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 11/30/1984
p. 2B

Center [Robert] Littlejohn 'inherits' spot
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 11/30/1984
3B

Mark Atkinson to take more shots
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 11/30/1984
p. 4B

Steve Reid ready for leadership position
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 11/30/1984
p.4B

James Bullock 'Bull' sets rebounding goal (photo)
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 11/30/1984
p. 4B

Women's basketball Big Ten preview
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Subject: Basketball
Date: 11/30/1984
p. 6B

Organization brings Christian concerts to Purdue
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Subject: [Purdue] Christian Concert Ministry
Date: 10/30/1984
p. 5

Gospel rockers [Servant] to 'serve' Purdue
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Subject: [Purdue] Christian Concert Ministry
Date: 11/15/1984
p. 10

Obituaries [Robbins, Physical Plant]
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Subject: Clerical and Service
Date: 4/12/1984
p. 4

Awards [Lynch] (Photo)
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Subject: Clerical and Service
Date: 4/17/1984
p. 3

Staff Spring Fling set for June 1
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Subject: Clerical and Service
Date: 4/24/1984
p. 19

Programs lets Purdue clerical workers acquire two years additional training
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Subject: Clerical and Service
Date: 10/30/1984
p. 9

PSUB delays College Bowl, extends last date to sign up
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Subject: College Bowl
Date: 1/20/1984
p. 12

College Bowl attracts 13 schools to campus
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Subject: College Bowl
Date: 2/3/1984
p. 11

Game takes "trivial" publicity approach
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Subject: College Bowl
Date: 10/4/1984
P. 5

Graduation candidates, registrar prepare for approaching commencement exercises
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Subject: Commencement
Date: 4/13/1984
p. 22

August graduates to get summer ceremony; December class to have commencement too
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Subject: Commencement
Date: 6/20/1984
p. 1

Ceremony - Editorial
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Subject: Commencement
Date: 6/25/1984
p. 4

Plans for August ceremonies finalized
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Subject: Commencement
Date: 7/25/1984
p. 6

First summer commencement since 1951
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Subject: Commencement
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 11A

Winter ceremony planned for December graduates
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Subject: Commencement
Date: 10/9/1984
p. 3

Steven Vibbert, assistant professor of communications, has won...
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Subject: Communications
Date: 4/3/1984
p. 3

Telecommunications facilities to occupy new space
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Subject: Communications
Date: 9/26/1984
p. 5

Screwed, Editorial
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Subject: Community Relations
Date: 3/1/1984
p. 6

East coast PR firm hired to publicize Purdue to all media
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Subject: Community Relations
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 3

No longer highlighting just agriculture, state fair exhibit includes video game, video tape to inform public of Purdue
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Subject: Community Relations
Date: 7/27/1984
p. 9

Purdue brings tourism to Lafayette with convos, athletics, conferences
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Subject: Community Relations
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 2A

Area to taste Boilermaker Sports Soda (Photo)
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Subject: Community Relations
Date: 8/24/1984
p. 3

Thrill of 'Victory' is agony of defeat; Jackson Ross-Ade concert off (Photo)
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Subject: Community Relations
Date: 8/31/1984
p. 1

Neighbirhood Awareness Week gets underway; annual event brings students, residents together
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Subject: Community Relations
Date: 9/7/1984
p. 7A

4th Greekfest celebration lines up weekend of fun, entertainment for Purdue
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Subject: Community Relations
Date: 9/7/1984
p. 8A

Electronics firm [International] CMOS Technology, Inc. to move to Lafayette area
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Subject: Community Relations
Date: 9/25/1984
p. 1

If Pacers become champs, remember Mackey as starting ground (Photo)
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Subject: Community Relations
Date: 10/1/1984
p. 20

Computer firm, University reach discount agreement
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Subject: Community Relations
Date: 10/3/1984
p. 3

Mall music [Lafayette Symphony] (Photo)
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Subject: Community Relations
Date: 10/10/1984
p. 3

Semiconductor firm to move to Purdue Industrial Research Park
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Subject: Community Relations
Date: 10/10/1984
p. 13

High school day (Photo)
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Subject: Community Relations
Date: 10/26/1984
p. 1

Faculty: CS demands hard work
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Subject: Computer Science
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 7A

National Science Foundation grants Purdue $2 million to enhance Cyber 2-5 computer
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Subject: Computer Science
Date: 7/9/1984
p. 1

New graphics software installation will enhance PUCC research, teaching, will benefit any system
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Subject: Computer Science
Date: 7/18/1984
p. 10

Project [Transparent Integrated Local and Distributed Environment] to study possibility of computer system linking
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Subject: Computer Science
Date: 10/12/1984
p. 5B

FBI, experts to discuss campus computer security, ethics piracy
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Subject: Computers
Date: 4/11/1984
p. 4

FBI sponsors campus seminar on 'Computing Security and Ethics'
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Subject: Computers
Date: 4/13/1984
p. 5

Purdue agreement leads to discount on Apple computers
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Subject: Computers
Date: 8/29/1984
p. 1

Computer firm, University reach discount agreement
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Subject: Computers
Date: 10/3/1984
p. 3

New computer center vows readiness by next semester
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Subject: Computing Center
Date: 2/15/1984
p. 6

Punk concert caters to sparse crowd
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Subject: Concerts
Date: 3/16/1984
p. 17

Uh huh, Mellencamp (Photo)
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Subject: Concerts
Date: 3/19/1984
p. 1

Punk concert caters to sparse crowd
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Subject: Concerts
Date: 3/16/1984
p. 17

Mellencamp energizes crowd
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Subject: Concerts
Date: 3/19/1984
p. 8

Lutenist Smith to perform baroque music
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Subject: Concerts
Date: 3/30/1984
p. 10

Anecdotes make for personable recital by lutenist Smith
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Subject: Concerts
Date: 4/3/1984
p. 7

Prowling feline Hynde caresses stage as Pretenders leave audience red-hot (Photo)
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Subject: Concerts
Date: 4/5/1984
p. 9

Waiting for tickets (Photo)
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Subject: Concerts
Date: 5/1/1984
p. 15

PUPD calls off Saturday's Boiler Bash; cites poor security during last year's Grand Jam
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Subject: Concerts
Date: 9/7/1984
p. 3A

Trust, Editorial
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Subject: Concerts
Date: 9/11/1984
p. 10

PUPD approves concert at Slayter
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Subject: Concerts
Date: 9/28/1984
p. 3

Broadway's Phyllis Hyman to sing at Loeb Playhouse
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Subject: Concerts
Date: 10/12/1984
p. 6A

Human's changing expressions coax crowd (Photo)
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Subject: Concerts
Date: 10/15/1984
p. 5

Pianist [Diana] Kasco enjoys her 'happy combination'
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Subject: Concerts
Date: 11/29/1984
p. 10

Space remains for third annual PR Day
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Subject: Conferences, Division Of
Date: 2/16/1984
p. 15

Coordinators: PR Day succeeds
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Subject: Conferences, Division Of
Date: 2/20/1984
p. 3

Purdue hosts 4-H conference; 200 expected for this weekend
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Subject: Conferences, Division Of
Date: 3/1/1984
p. 8

1,300 FFA youths from across state gather
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Subject: Conferences, Division Of
Date: 6/18/1984
p. 3

Sessions '84 attracts 800 men; focuses on Christian fellowship
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Subject: Conferences, Division Of
Date: 6/29/1984
p. 7

Director: Division of Conferences provides services for convention-affiliated organizations at University
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Subject: Conferences, Division Of
Date: 7/2/1984
p. 3

Music appreciation [American Theatre Organ Society]
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Subject: Conferences, Division Of
Date: 7/9/1984
p. 1

Bus stop [Church Women United] (Photo)
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Subject: Conferences, Division Of
Date: 7/20/1984
p. 3

Conference on audiology, speech sciences planned
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Subject: Conferences, Division Of
Date: 10/18/1984
p. 9

Computer show displays technology for agroculture [On Farm Computer Use Conference]
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Subject: Conferences
Date: 11/8/1984
p. 3

RHI adds program t certify festival execs
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Subject: Consumer and Family Sciences
Date: 2/22/1984
p. 5

Gamma Sigma Delta awards
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Subject: Consumer and Family Sciences
Date: 3/30/1984
p. 9

RHI adds program to certify festival execs
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Subject: Consumer and Family Sciences
Date: 2/22/1984
p. 5

Gamma Sigma Delta awards
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Subject: Consumer and Family Sciences
Date: 3/30/1984
p. 9

New guidance source to aid teen parents
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Subject: Consumer and Family Sciences
Date: 7/20/1984
p. 3

Retailing students form new organization [Purdue Retail Organization]
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Subject: Consumer and Family Sciences
Date: 10/23/1984
p. 4

'Executives in the Classroom' lecture on food science industry
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Subject: Consumer and Family Sciences
Date: 10/29/1984
p. 5

Student [Guy Tedesco] in fashion design to present own collection in local show 'La Mode' '84
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Subject: Consumer and Family Sciences
Date: 11/1/1984
p. 11

Congratulations [D. Wooldridge] (Photo)
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Subject: Consumer and Family Sciences
Date: 11/2/1984
p. 3A

Lateness, poor music cramps LaMode '84
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Subject: Consumer and Family Sciences
Date: 11/12/1984
p. 4

Board...names distinguished prof [A. Kirksey]
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Subject: Consumer and Family Sciences
Date: 11/19/1984
p. 4

Continuing education director Frank Burrin retires after 30-year career with University
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Subject: Continuing Education Administration
Date: 9/5/1984
p. 7

Program, Math Anxiety, helps students find relief
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Subject: Continuing Education Administration
Date: 11/9/1984
p. 15

Convos blossom with top performers, acts
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Subject: Convocations
Date: 1/9/1984
p. 6A

Flutist, orchestra to give concert
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Subject: Convocations
Date: 1/19/1984
p. 12

Carter, trio present imaginative concert
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Subject: Convocations
Date: 1/23/1984
p. 15

Many err in by-passing Rampal, ISO
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Subject: Convocations
Date: 1/24/1984
p. 10

Taylor group dances its way to Elliott
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Subject: Convocations
Date: 1/24/1984
p. 10

Convos look for housing reps
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Subject: Convocations
Date: 1/24/1984
p. 5

Series has culture for less
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Subject: Convocations
Date: 1/26/1984
p. 11

Taylor dancers give 'eclectic' show
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Subject: Convocations
Date: 1/27/1984
p. 13

Black Light Theatre to transport unique world of black lights, fantasy to Loeb Playhouse tonight
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Subject: Convocations
Date: 2/1/1984
p. 10

Rose to open for Purdue Sunday
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Subject: Convocations
Date: 2/16/1984
p. 12-13

Tony-winner Mokae appears tonight in play 'Master Harold' at Loeb
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Subject: Convocations
Date: 2/21/1984
p. 1

Orchestra Israel Chamer, Rose gives lackluster concert (Review)
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Subject: Convocations
Date: 2/21/1984
p. 10

'Zest, spice' make play a 'gourmet treat;' 'Master Harold' titillates large audience
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Subject: Convocations
Date: 2/23/1984
p. 15

Carlin performs surgery on audience, leaves people in stitches (Review)
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Subject: Convocations
Date: 2/27/1984
p. 8

Purdue to host award-winning Eva Peron saga, Evita
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Subject: Convocations
Date: 3/14/1984
p. 6

Loeb Music Series premier, oboist Hollinger
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Subject: Convocations
Date: 3/15/1984
p. 11

'Evita' follows life of Eva Peron from young singer to first lady
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Subject: Convocations
Date: 3/19/1984
p. 17

Hollinger, Berman show represents a tenacity seldom seen at Purdue
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Subject: Convocations
Date: 3/22/1984
p, 10

Guitar recital Fernandez (Photo)
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Subject: Convocations
Date: 3/22/1984
p. 11

Unique blend of tenor sax, vocal relays trademark style of artists, Eddie 'Cleanhead' Vinson
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Subject: Convocations
Date: 3/29/1984
p. 16

Trio opens 'fun' show; Vinson kept it lively
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Subject: Convocations
Date: 4/2/1984
p. 9

The Mikado [London Savoyards] (Photo)
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Subject: Convocations
Date: 4/12/1984
p. 13

Dizzy Gillespie (Photos)
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Subject: Convocations
Date: 4/13/1984
p. 9

Purdue Convocations 1984/85 season (Photos)
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Subject: Convocations
Date: 4/13/1984
p. 17

Quartet [Dizzy Gillespie] gives first-rate show, demonstrates professionalism
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Subject: Convocations
Date: 4/16/1984
p. 7

Musical offering gives twist to baroque ensemble program
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Subject: Convocations
Date: 4/18/1984
p. 6

Loeb Series musical offering baroque group provides 'good' entertainment
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Subject: Convocations
Date: 4/20/1984
p. 4

Campus groups present selection of films
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Subject: Convocations
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 2D

Lack of money makes quality booking for convos, lectures harder to achieve
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Subject: Convocations
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 19D

Convo pass saves customers money; serves graduate, part-time students
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Subject: Convocations
Date: 7/27/1984
p. 12

Co-op Education Program gives students chance to gain 'important job experience,' (Job Hunter's)
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Subject: Cooperative Education Program
Date: 10/3/1984
p. 15

Cooperative Extension gives public information
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Subject: Cooperative Extension
Date: 10/16/1984
p. 6

Barrick may not receive co-op certification
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Subject: Co-operatives
Date: 1/9/1984
p. 1A

Co-op houses celebrate 50th anniversary at Purdue
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Subject: Co-operatives
Date: 1/20/1984
p. 10

'Inexpensive' co-ops have 'feeling of home'
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Subject: Co-operatives
Date: 3/13/1984
p. 9

Board of directors decides to close Stellar Brothers Co-op
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Subject: Co-operatives
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 9B

Stellar Brothers Co-op house to be rented two years to Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity
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Subject: Co-operatives
Date: 7/16/1984
p. 3

New Co-rec wood floor brings relief
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Subject: Co-Recreational Gymnasium
Date: 1/9/1984
p. 24

Co-Rec, Union remain open [snow recess]
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Subject: Co-Recreational Gymnasium
Date: 2/29/1984
p. 4

Purdue graduate, Preo, becomes new Co-rec director
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Subject: Co-Recreational Gymnasium
Date: 7/11/1984
p. 12

Co-rec offers program of early bird exercise
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Subject: Co-Recreational Gymnasium
Date: 10/17/1984
p. 24

Picture perfection, Steven Sprague Award
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Subject: Creative Arts
Date: 1/12/1984
p. 13

Students' art to be shown in Germany
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Subject: Creative Arts
Date: 10/30/1984
p. 11

Credit Union membership passes 15,000 mark
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Subject: Credit Union
Date: 4/17/1984
p. 19

Crew Club to compete in two meets in October (Photo)
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Subject: Crew Club
Date: 9/18/1984
p. 16

Returning veterans, second-year coach give Crew Club optimism for 1984-85 (Photo)
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Subject: Crew Club
Date: 9/26/1984
p. 19

Cary resident streaks to 'Nude olympics' victory
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Subject: Customs and Traditions
Date: 1/16/1984
p. 1

Lack of records hides bare facts [Cary 'Nude Olympics']
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Subject: Customs and Traditions
Date: 1/17/1984
p. 3

Quad's Olympics tilt at societal windmills (Editorial)
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Subject: Customs and Tradtions
Date: 1/18/1984
p. 6

McDonald's manager reports missing Ronald statue
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Subject: Customs and Traditions
Date: 4/2/1984
p. 1

[Purdue Medieval Society] Lords, ladies and knights (Photos)
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Subject: Customs and Traditions
Date: 4/2/1984
p. 8

Purdue Pete [Jeff King, Angus Porraro] (Photos)
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Subject: Customs and Traditions
Date: 8/31/1984
p. 4

Burtnett, Moffitt hope to boost fan support; urge backers to bring gold towels to games
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Subject: Customs and Tradtions
Date: 9/20/1984
p. 1

10th Parents' Weekend to get underway tonight
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Subject: Customs and Traditions
Date: 9/21/1984
p. 3

Old customs fade from Boiler life
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Subject: Customs and Traditions
Date: 9/21/1984
p. 11

Do you know these Boilers? (Photos)
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Subject: Customs and Traditions
Date: 9/21/1984
p. 12

'Pete's' name may change, but purpose remains same (Photo)
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Subject: Customs and Traditions
Date: 9/21/1984
p. 15

Bell-ringing celebration [Victory Bell] (Photo)
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Subject: Customs and Traditions
Date: 9/25/1984
p. 1

Students promote tradition; senior cords may come back
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Subject: Customs and Traditions
Date: 10/29/1984
p. 3

Big Ten cries foul; points to burtnett's spirit towel
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Subject: Customs and Tradtions
Date: 11/2/1984
p. 24A

Holiday meal imitates 16th Century [Madrigal Dinner] (Photo)
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Subject: Customs and Traditions
Date: 11/30/1984
p. 3C

Wabash River Cycle Club plans annual race Sept. 9
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Subject: Cycle Club
Date: 8/23/1984
p. 18

Day on Campus acquaints college with 4,800 incoiming PU students
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Subject: Day On Campus
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 9A

Dead Sea service offers notes to PU students missing classes
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Subject: Dead Sea Notes
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 7C

Dead Sea Notes service expands to chemistry class
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Subject: Dead Sea Notes
Date: 9/26/1984
p. 3

Misuse of ID stickers may effect new rulings
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Subject: Dean of Students, Office Of
Date: 1/11/1984
p. 3

Week early finals become prevalent problem
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Subject: Dean of Students, Office Of
Date: 1/18/1984
p. 3

DOS more than discipline: a myriad of services
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Subject: Dean of Students, Office Of
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 3A

Dean of Students offers fall program to help older-than-average students: counseling, referral, advising students
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Subject: Dean of Students, Office Of
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 4A

Support group [Men in Transition] assists older male students
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Subject: Dean of Students
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 11B

Two DOS offices move to new site
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Subject: Dean of Students
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 11B

DOS Monday reinstates Rugby Club
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Subject: Dean of Students
Date: 8/23/1984
p. 1

DOS: Students on probation an increasing dilemna
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Subject: Dean of Students
Date: 9/20/1984
p. 10

DOS offers help, advice to students on probation
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Subject: Dean of Students
Date: 9/20/1984
p. 11

DOS office keys on positive attitudes
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Subject: Dean of Students
Date: 9/24/1984
p. 13

Suit will not change fraternity status
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Subject: Dean of Students
Date: 10/17/1984
p. 3

Counseling aids victim's roommate
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Subject: Dean of Students
Date: 11/9/1984
p. 12

Beering: President explains university's role
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Subject: Beering, Steven C.
Date: 2/13/1984
p. 3

Beering extends 'hand of friendship' in affirmative action speech
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Subject: Beering, Steven C.
Date: 2/16/1984
p. 3

Beering to discuss policies at Senate meeting
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Subject: Beering, Steven C.
Date: 2/20/1984
p. 3

Beering asks for support for team (let)
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Subject: Beering, Steven C.
Date: 2/23/1984
p. 6

Beering to make first speech before student senate tonight
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Subject: Beering, Steven C.
Date: 3/14/1984
p. 4

President Beering delivers advice to new PSA officers
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Subject: Beering, Steven C.
Date: 3/16/1984
p. 4

Officials meet cows 'hands on' for Indiana's Ag Day festivities
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Subject: Beering, Steven C.
Date: 3/20/1984
p. 1

Beering wins Ag Day milk-off; IU president faces 'udder' loss
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Subject: Beering, Steven C.
Date: 3/21/1984
p. 1

Beering asks community to donate blood (let)
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Subject: Beering, Steven C.
Date: 4/2/1984
p. 6

Beering to honor excellent students
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Subject: Beering, Steven C.
Date: 4/13/1984
p. 22

Beering reminisces abut one year's work as president of Purdue
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Subject: Beering, Steven C.
Date: 4/26/1984
p. 1

Top jobs (photos)
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Subject: Beering, Steven C.
Date: 5/1/1984
p. 4

Beering accomplishes, sets administrative goals during first year
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Subject: Beering, Steven C.
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 3C

Beering represents PUrdue at conference in England; British university problems main topic of discussion
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Subject: Beering, Steven C.
Date: 7/11/1984
p. 1

Beering, Franklin president disagree on public, private (ed.)
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Subject: Beering, Steven C.
Date: 7/30/1984
p. 1

Beering: Continues success, research in next year (photo)
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Subject: Beering, Steven C.
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 18

Beering's pay above national average for salaries of university presidents
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Subject: Beering, Steven C.
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 9B

Beering home 'charming, comfortable' (photo)
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Subject: Beering, Steven C.
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 4C

Beering makes funding request; links Purdue to state's economy
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Subject: Beering, Steven C.
Date: 9/17/1984
p. 3

Beering pushes participation (United Way); annual campaign to kick-off on camus at noon today
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Subject: Beering, Steven C.
Date: 9/18/1984
p. 1

Presidents to talk state-wide on higher education funding
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Subject: Beering, Steven C.
Date: 9/21/1984
p. 1

Beering says efforts to increase will continue (photo)
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Subject: Beering, Steven C.
Date: 9/25/1984
p. 3

Beering, Ryan to conclude fund raising tour
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Subject: Beering, Steven C.
Date: 10/1/1984
p. 3

Beering ties together PUrdue, industry
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Subject: Beering, Steven C.
Date: 10/1/1984
p. 3

Beering summarizes tour
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Subject: Beering, Steven C.
Date: 10/19/1984
P. 3

Minority students get research opportunity
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Subject: Biochemistry
Date: 7/25/1984
p. 3

Bioelectricity currents of the mind and body
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Subject: Biological Sciences
Date: 2/12/1984
p. 3

Weekend conference to include 15 lectures
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Subject: Biological Sciences
Date: 10/26/1984
p. 4

Biology teachers to convene at Purdue
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Biological Sciences
Date: 10/30/1984
p. 8

Black Caucus to present awards program
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Black Caucus
Date: 4/12/1984
p. 4

Black Caucus honors top students
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Black Caucus
Date: 4/16/1984
p. 5

Black Caucus addresses recent racial activities, campus community
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Black Caucus
Date: 4/16/1984
p. 3

BCC to present concert of classical, gospel, music
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Black Cultural Center
Date: 4/6/1984
p. 6

Project collects, preserves records of black women
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Black Cultural Center
Date: 7/23/1984
p. 3

Cultural Arts Series schedule
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Black Cultural Center
Date: 8/22/1984


Nigerian sculptor [Eboigbe] puts African history into his natural wooden works of art (photos)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Black Cultural Center
Date: 9/4/1984
p. 6

Broadway's Phyllis hyman to sing at Loeb Playhouse
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Black Cultural Center
Date: 10/12/1984
p. 6A

Purdue's BCC to sponsor 10th annual Arts Festival Friday in Loeb Playouse
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Black Cultural Center
Date: 12/6/1984
p. 11

Julian Bond: Senator speaks on civil rights problems
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Black Cultural Center
Date: 2/15/1984
p. 4

Arrest of Lafayette couple on drug charge stems from earlier seizures, one on campus
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Drugs At Purdue
Date: 4/10/1984
p. 1

Support available to students with drug, alcohol difficulties
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Drugs At Purdue
Date: 6/22/1984
p. 6

Peer group helpful; aids in overcoming drug dependencies
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Drugs At Purdue
Date: 6/22/1984
p. 5C

Drugs (Editorial)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Drugs At Purdue
Date: 9/5/1984
p. 6

Area police stage massive drug bust; 73 arrested
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Drugs At Purdue
Date: 11/15/1984
p. 1

Three more area residents charged with drug-related offenses
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Drugs At Purdue
Date: 11/16/1984
p. 1

Block P resurrects to lift spirits
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Block P
Date: 8/23/1984
p. 8

Flashcard fun (photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Block P
Date: 9/13/1984
p. 1

'Peppy' PU students to rally tonight at Slayter
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Block P
Date: 10/12/1984
p. 3A

editorial
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Block P
Date: 10/26/1984
p. 6

Farmers, restauranteurs have different perspectives on food prices
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Economics, Department Of
Date: 3/22/1984
p. 5

Management program teaches farm women how to balance books
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Economics, Department Of
Date: 3/22/1984


Prof K. Brown: Strong dollar helps U.S. economy despite balance of trade discrepancy
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Economics
Date: 11/30/1984
p. 5A

Seminar hones interviewing skill
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Education
Date: 2/23/1984
p. 8

Prof. Yarber teaches sex topics
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Education
Date: 3/23/1984
p. 14

Recruits (Editorial)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Education
Date: 9/28/1984
p. 10

Group will focus on visitation
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Elections
Date: 1/17/1984
p. 1

Organizer of dorm reform to run for student president
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Elections
Date: 1/27/1984
p. 10

Oh, well [PSA] (Editorial)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Elections
Date: 2/10/1984
p. 14

Student court decision clears in junction against Clauson ticket
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Elections
Date: 3/23/1984
p. 1

Reducing heat while in class cuts down electric bill: PSI
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Energy
Date: 1/31/1984
p. 3

Greeks to help COM 353 group, Physical Plant conserve energy
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Energy
Date: 2/17/1984
p. 5

Energy Conservation Week contest winner to be declared Sunday
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Energy
Date: 11/16/1984
p. 8

APO society conducts blood drive
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Blood Drive
Date: 3/26/1984
p. 10

Tender loving care (photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Blood Drive
Date: 3/27/1984
p. 3

Bodybuilding Club advises training, health, techniques
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Bodybuilding Club
Date: 7/23/1984
p. 16

Safety stressed in Boiler Bouts
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Boiler Bouts
Date: 10/12/1984
p. 5A

can help, connects students, answers
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Boiler Connection
Date: 10/3/1984
p. 8

Staff members keep tabs on Boiler Connection service
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Boiler Connection
Date: 10/3/1984
p. 8

Stomper pull to 'warm up' Boilermakers for annual tractor pull
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Boilermaker tractor pull foundation
Date: 3/30/1984
p. 8

Tractor pull to feature special events, top drivers
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Boilermaker tractor pull foundation
Date: 9/14/1984
p. 6

Heavy haul (photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Boilermaker tractor pull foundation
Date: 9/17/1984
p. 6

Orwell's '1984' attracts crowd at first Books and Coffee lecture
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Books and Coffee
Date: 1/23/1984
p. 15

English professor describes book using Zen theory
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Books and Coffee
Date: 2/20/1984
p. 8

Professor Lembi finds algae important to ecosystem home survival
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Botany and Plant Pathology
Date: 3/29/1984
p. 8

Student picked as possible shuttle astronaut
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Aero & Astro
Date: 2/9/1984
p. 3

Students to submit technical papers at aeronautical conference
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Aero & Astro
Date: 3/23/1984
p. 24

Apollo 16 astronauts [Duke] relates lunar experience
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Aero & Astro
Date: 3/26/1984
p. 3

Mr. Roboto (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Aero & Astro
Date: 1/9/1984
p. 2A

'Watch' will monitor vital signs
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Biomedical
Date: 10/12/1984
p. 8B

MED Institute moves to Purdue to aid medical products research
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Biomedical
Date: 11/12/1984
p. 3

CST grants over $1.5 million for research; future bioengineering center a 'keystone'
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Biomedical
Date: 7/18/1984
p. 3

Scholars [Geddes, Voorhees] study blood's heat as cancer therapy (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Biomedical
Date: 10/12/1984
p. 6B

PU scientists find way to convert substances into oil (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Chemical
Date: 9/5/1984
p. 4

Petroleum engineer speaks about rewards, drawbacks of working in foreign countries
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Civil
Date: 2/17/1984
p. 6

Civil Engineers to vie in ASCE canal race
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Civil
Date: 3/14/1984
p. 3

The 39th annual Purdue Industrial Waste Conference
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Civil
Date: 3/29/1984
p. 3

PU professor, B. Wood, graduate student, S. David to live underwater for a week
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Civil
Date: 10/30/1984
p. 12

Land surveying program official; receives six-year accreditation
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Civil
Date: 11/5/1984
p. 6

Professor G. Leonards: Indiana quake 'highly probable'; resistance of structures studied in program
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Civil
Date: 11/6/1984
p. 3

Construction Engineering program gains accreditation eight years after inception
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Civil
Date: 9/18/1984
p. 3

Senior's invention meets rehabilitated patient's needs
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Electrical
Date: 1/25/1984
p. 14

Purdue seeks EE professors
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Electrical
Date: 2/17/1984
p. 6

Purdue receives new super-minicomputer
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Electrical
Date: 3/21/1984
p. 7

Alum, Robert Lucky: Fiber optics change technology, expand global communication abilities (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Electrical
Date: 10/1/1984
p. 5

Gery: federal monies may be difficult to get
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Budget
Date: 1/14/1984
p. 4

Public education tops '84 legislative hit parade
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Budget
Date: 2/7/1984
p. 3

Hicks: supplemental budget lacking
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Budget
Date: 2/13/1984
p. 2

Gery, Jones join committee, face state budgetary concerns
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Budget
Date: 2/23/1984
p. 2

Democrats, University official look for more education money
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Budget
Date: 2/27/1984
p. 1

Purdue hopes to gain supplemental funds
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Budget
Date: 2/28/1984
p. 2

Assembly gets budget report; Gery, Jones leave committee
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Budget
Date: 2/29/1984
p. 1

Funding better than expected; state universities lobby jointly
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Budget
Date: 3/13/1984
p. 1

Purdue receives renovation, repair funds
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Budget
Date: 3/26/1984
p. 3

Appropriation will hasten building of Farms Complex
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Budget
Date: 4/2/1984
p. 3

Commission recommends budget increase for state universities over next two years
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Budget
Date: 11/19/1984
p. 3

Jones: increased university funds may be budgeted
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Budget
Date: 1/14/1984
p. 3A

Medal collection [Vladimir Zworykin] to be shown at Engineering School
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Electrical
Date: 10/9/1984
p. 3

Solar ponds overflow with energy applications
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Mechanical
Date: 1/11/1984
p. 3

Computer facility to aid students in design research
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Mechanical
Date: 4/19/1984
p. 3

New computer design system to provide 'big step' for ME
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Mechanical
Date: 4/20/1984
p. 7

Supercomputer adds entertainment to repertoire
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Mechanical
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 2C

Co-founder, David Evans says computer models characterize engineering future
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Mechanical
Date: 10/15/1984
p. 3

Engineers aid in toy design, enjoy 'diverse challenges'
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Mechanical
Date: 10/22/1984
p. 4

PU nuclear engineering head, Lykoudia makes his point on televised debate
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Nuclear
Date: 2/27/1984
p. 3

Purdue to finish new, renovate old buildings
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Building and Construction
Date: 1/9/1984
p. 3

Remodeling to begin on new Computer Science location
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Building and Construction
Date: 1/9/1984
p. 8

Pierce gets studio, theatre
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Building and Construction
Date: 2/8/1984
p. 10

Trustees OK chem lab renovation
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Building and Construction
Date: 2/15/1984
p. 4

University airport addition makes facility 'convenient'
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Building and Construction
Date: 3/1/1984
p. 4

Takes raze old section, add on to house
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Building and Construction
Date: 3/1/1984
p. 3

Purdue receives renovation, repair funds
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Building and Construction
Date: 3/26/1984
p. 3

Departments in School of Technology to receive another home
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Building and Construction
Date: 3/26/1984
p. 5

Life Science construction to be done by September
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Building and Construction
Date: 4/2/1984
p. 4

A walk into history, John Purdue's grave
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Building and Construction
Date: 4/3/1984
p. 3

Construction gets underway on new labs, computer center for gynasium's remodeling
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Building and Construction
Date: 4/3/1984
p. 3

Synchronicity [Memorial Gym] (photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Building and Construction
Date: 4/4/1984
p. 7

Getting a list [Ross-Ade] (photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Building and Construction
Date: 4/10/1984
p. 3

New facility [Memorial Gym] may be done by mid 1985
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Building and Construction
Date: 4/17/1984
p. 4

Future lies in recent research, ed facility additions in three areas
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Building and Construction
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 2C

Wet paint [Armory] (photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Building and Construction
Date: 7/18/1984
p. 1

Almost finished [Tau Kappa Epsilon] (photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Building and Construction
Date: 7/25/1984
p. 3

New site of mental exercises [Memorial Gym/Computer Center] (photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Building and Construction
Date: 7/27/1984
p. 13

Technology Building ready for student use; landscaping, laboratories near completion (photos)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Building and Construction
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 6

Building houses freshmen's giant sandbox
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Building and Construction
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 6

Construction on 3rd floor ENAD completed, but computer center not yet finished
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Building and Construction
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 6B

Life Science Research facility construction to end Sept. 24 (photos)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Building and Construction
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 6B

Gynasium revamp to end summer 1985 (photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Building and Construction
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 8

Teke 'homework' nears completion
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Building and Construction
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 7B

A needed lift [Ross-Ade]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Building and Construction
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 88

This Bud's for you! [Lambert Gymnasium] (photos)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Building and Construction
Date: 9/6/1984
p. 1

Smokestack gets facelift (photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Building and Construction
Date: 9/13/1984
p. 10

New tech building named to honor trustee [Maurice G. Knoy Hall of Technology]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Building and Construction
Date: 9/17/1984
p. 1

'Landmark' construction progresses, Panhel gives funds from plant sales
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Building and Construction
Date: 10/17/1984
p. 3

Trustees approve parking garage addition
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Building and Construction
Date: 11/19/1984
p. 1

Center hopes to aid future development
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Business and Industrial Development Center
Date: 3/30/1984
p. 13

Butz says U.S. ag policies influence world hunger, domestic food prices
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Butz, Earl
Date: 2/1/1984
p. 3

Program Construction Engineering and Management awaits accreditation
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Schools Of
Date: 11/4/1984
p. 10

Preparation begins early for eight-hour EIT exam
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Schools Of
Date: 1/24/1984
p. 9

Acting Engineering School Dean announces 'no radical changes'
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Schools Of
Date: 1/26/1984
p. 10

Events to open National Engineering Week
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Schools Of
Date: 2/17/1984
p. 3

Search and screen committee gathers on a bi-weekly basis
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Schools Of
Date: 2/17/1984
p. 8

Card building contest set for today [National Engineers Week]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Schools Of
Date: 2/22/1984
p. 3

Engineers Week talks mark nuclear waste disposal as hot topic
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Schools Of
Date: 2/23/1984
p. 3

What goes up...[card house contest - Engineers Week contest] (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Schools Of
Date: 2/23/1984
p. 18

Forum covers various topics, one part of Engineers Week
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Schools Of
Date: 2/27/1984
p. 9

Exponent's lack of coverage irresponsible [Theta Tau Rube Goldberg COntest, Engineers Week] (Letter)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Schools Of
Date: 3/27/1984
p. 7

Search continues for dean of engineering; committee narrows large list of candidates
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Schools Of
Date: 4/4/1984
p. 9

Engineering schools to receive new dean; six month search draws toward an ending [Yang]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Schools Of
Date: 6/29/1984
p. 1

Purdue auto research group examines Tippecanoe drivers' seat belt behavior
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Schools Of
Date: 7/11/1984
p. 4

Yang succeeds Hancock, designated new head of Schools of Engineering (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Schools Of
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 1A

Frosh engineers can apply for construction internships
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Schools Of
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 11A

Construction on 3rd floor ENAD completed, but computer center not yet finished
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Schools Of
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 6B

Industry on the Mall [Industrial Roundtable] (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Schools Of
Date: 9/12/1984
p. 1

Engineering dean [Yang] gives speech on professionalism
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Schools Of
Date: 9/13/1984
p. 3

Job hunting [Industrial Roundtable] (Photos)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Schools Of
Date: 9/13/1984
p. 8

...reveal top research, development
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Engineering, Schools Of
Date: 10/12/1984
p. 4B

Tree sale raises $750 [Sigma Kappa Sorority]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fraternities
Date: 12/10/1984
p. 4

Society of professional journalists to celebrate National FOI day
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: English Department
Date: 3/14/1984
p. 3

Emmy winning reporter, Cochrun visits Purdue, gives tips on investigating techniques
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: English Department
Date: 3/15/1984
p. 5

Friday marks last change for PU students to submit English Literary Award entries
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: English Department
Date: 3/29/1984
p. 3

Eng 1420 may help students put 'best foot forward' in job search (Job Hunter's Guide)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: English Department
Date: 10/3/1984
p. 7

English professor Jeanne Halpern says goal of resume is to interview; offer advice on preparation (Job Hunter's Guide)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: English Department
Date: 10/3/1984
p. 15

Native Indiana poet, Norbert Krapf to visit campus, present reading of poetry of nature
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: English Department
Date: 10/12/1984
p. 13A

British team to give 'verbal portrait' [Henry James]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: English Department
Date: 10/17/1984
p. 13

Krapf poems 'beautiful without being fancy'
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: English Department
Date: 10/18/1984
p. 14

Fraternity rush breaks record
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fraternities
Date: 1/24/1984
p. 9

Phi Sigma Kappa re-opens soon after months of reorganization
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fraternities
Date: 2/2/1984
p. 8

Takes raze old structure, add on to house
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fraternities
Date: 3/1/1984
p. 3

Housing crunch [Tau Kappa Epsilon] (photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fraternities
Date: 3/13/1984
p. 1

Fraternity Rush numbers grow as system experiences change
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fraternities
Date: 3/13/1984
p. 2

[Sigma Alpha Epsilon] living 'Monopoly' funds to benefit cerebral policy
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fraternities
Date: 3/16/1984
p. 8

APO Blood Drive to begin staff asked to donate
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fraternities
Date: 3/16/1984
p. 23

Do not pass go [Sigma Alpha Epsilon] (photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fraternities
Date: 3/19/1984
p. 3

APO resurrects Assassins
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fraternities
Date: 3/20/1984
p. 3

Theta Chi to raise money for Big Brothers, Big Sisters
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fraternities
Date: 4/5/1984
p. 5

Frat [Delta Sigma Phi] to pedal to Indy in 'Dimes' fund-raiser
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fraternities
Date: 4/18/1984
p. 4

[Alpha Chi Rho] September's Midwest Triathlon to qualify winners for world championship Hawaiian Ironmean Triathlon
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fraternities
Date: 4/18/1984
p. 19

Fall fraternity rush changes to affect patties, pledging
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fraternities
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 11A

Safety stressed in Boiler Bouts
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fraternities
Date: 10/12/1984
p. 3A

Pledge directors say hazing now isn't a part of Ingress Inspiration Week
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fraternities
Date: 11/13/1984
p. 3

Enrollment drops less than expected
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Enrollment
Date: 1/20/1984
p. 8

Number of dropped Purdue students goes up
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Enrollment
Date: 1/27/1984
p. 3

Provost Haas figures enrollment for fall at about 31,500 students
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Enrollment
Date: 6/15/1984
p. 3

Enrollment figure remains similar to last year's total
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Enrollment
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 3A

Two-thirds of freshman class entering Purdue each year earns undergrad degree here
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Enrollment
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 2B

Fall enrollment continues to decline; management schools down 15 percent
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Enrollment
Date: 9/7/1984
p. 3A

Annual Lichtenstein sidewald circus shows off new performers at Purdue
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Entertainment
Date: 3/22/1984
p. 5

Clowning around [Royal Lichtenstein Quarter Ring Circus] (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Entertainment
Date: 3/23/1984
p. 8

Books exchange equals profits
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Freshman Council
Date: 1/10/1984
p. 5

Freshman Council makes itnernal change final
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Freshman Council
Date: 1/19/1984
p. 5

Council writes constitution, bylaws
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Freshman Council
Date: 3/28/1984
p. 6

Freshman Council allows fresh start
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Freshman Council
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 23

Freshmen to choose new campus leaders (ed)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Freshman Council
Date: 9/20/1984
p. 6

Deadwood (ed)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Freshman Council
Date: 9/20/1984
p. 6

Freshman officers to be ratified at tonight's Senate meeting
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Freshman Council
Date: 9/26/1984
p. 4

PSA ratifies freshman officers, passes new workshop resolution
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Freshman Council
Date: 9/28/1984
p. 3

Deal me in [Lafayette Crisis Center] (photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fundraisers
Date: 1/19/1984
p. 3

Delta Sigma Pi offers free package containing sundried for men, women
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fundraisers
Date: 1/27/1984
p. 4

Living ' Monopoly' funds to benefit cerebral palsy
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fundraisers
Date: 3/16/1984
p. 8

Do not pass go [Cerebral Palsy] (photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fundraisers
Date: 3/19/1984
p. 3

Pole-sitting [MS]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fundraisers
Date: 3/30/1984
p. 1

Empty wheelchairs travel Memorial Mall; Pi Kappa Phi project to aid handicapped [Push-a-thon]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fundraisers
Date: 4/5/1984
p. 4

Frat [Delta Sigma Phi] to pedal to Indy in 'Dimes' fundraiser
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fundraisers
Date: 4/18/1984
p. 7

Students 'jump' to fight cancer
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fundraisers
Date: 8/29/1984
p. 9

Sigma Nu, Alpha Chi Omega plan 'gelatin jump' for Leukemia Society
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fundraisers
Date: 8/30/1984
p. 3

Jump for joy (photos)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fundraisers
Date: 9/3/1984
p. 3

MDA telethon 'great success' in local area
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fundraisers
Date: 9/4/1984
p. 1

Saturday's Triathlon competition presents challenge to individuals [American Cancer Society] (photos)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fundraisers
Date: 9/6/1984
p. 24

Brazilian swimmer breaks tape in Saturday's Midwest Triathlon (photos)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fundraisers
Date: 9/10/1984
p. 9

Fraternity, sorority sponsor 'Road Rally' for charity [National Kidney Foundation]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fundraisers
Date: 9/26/1984
p. 3

Olympian Waitz to compete in Oct. 20 Terry Fox Memorial Run {American Cancer Society]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fundraisers
Date: 10/2/1984
p. 16

[United Way] Purdue leads in charity drive
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fundraisers
Date: 10/11/1984
p. 1

Twistin' the day away [Ronald McDonald House] (photo-B. Nichols)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fundraisers
Date: 10/12/1984
p. 1A

March of Dimes to sponsor haunted house fundraiser (photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fundraisers
Date: 10/12/1984
p. 3A

Safety stressed in Boiler Bouts [Big Bros, Big Sis]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fundraisers
Date: 10/12/1984
p. 5A

Arm's reach [Boiler Bouts/Big Bros, Big Sis] (photo-Pracht, Floss)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fundraisers
Date: 10/15/1984
p. 3

United Way donations below expected levels on campus
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fundraisers
Date: 10/18/1984
p. 1

Olympians Waltz, Spivey among contenders to participate in Terry Fox Memorial Run (Am. Cancer Soc)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fundraisers
Date: 10/19/1984
p. 24

Waltz comes to Purdue to prepare for NY marathon
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fundraisers
Date: 10/19/1984
p. 28

Olympians, Cancer Society win Terry Fox Memorial Run (photos)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fundraisers
Date: 10/22/1984
p. 24

United Way contributions reach 90% of goal
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fundraisers
Date: 10/25/1984
p. 3

Car Show [American Heart Assoc.] (photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fundraisers
Date: 10/289/1984
p. 3

Policy bars on-campus use of x-rated films
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fundraisers
Date: 10/29/1984
p. 10

Fraternity holds 3-day 'starve-a-thon' (photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fundraisers
Date: 11/30/1984
p. 3A

'Toxic crisis' poses societal threat: Former prof Bonney
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Environmental Protection
Date: 3/19/1984
p. 3

Purdue students will have the opportunity
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Environmental Protection
Date: 4/18/1984
p. 3

Trusty companion [Earth Day, M. Stacy] (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Environmental Protection
Date: 4/20/1984
p. 1

Hicks to report on University's hiring policies
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Equal Opportunity Employment
Date: 10/15/1984
p. 3

Good horsemanship (Photo - Dave Zeltwanger)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Equestrian Team
Date: 10/1/1984
p. 3

Escort service craves clientele
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Escort Service
Date: 2/8/1984
p. 13

Purdue fraternity for caddies unique in more ways than one
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Evans Scholars
Date: 3/13/1984
p. 3

Evans Scholars caddies' fraternity admits scholarship holders, women
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Evans Scholars
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 17B

Snow causes test rescheduling
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Examinations
Date: 2/29/1984
p. 1

Question and answer (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Examinations
Date: 3/2/1984
p. 3

Students 'jump' to fight cancer
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Gamma Phi Beta
Date: 8/29/1984
p. 9

Researchers [Dayton Vicent] collect storm data
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Geosciences
Date: 10/26/1984
p. 4

Here (100th volume begins) (Editorial)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 1/9/1984
p. 1

Veteran Exponent employee takes publisher past
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 1/9/1984
p. 3

Editorial doubts? (Editorial)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 1/9/1984
p. 6

New columnists to appear [Will Broder]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 1/9/1984
p. 7

The Exponent has named five editors for its 1984 summer staff
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 2/16/1984
p. 8

Special Issue: Housing guide
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 3/13/1984
16 pages

Carolyn Holmes...
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 3/26/1984
p. 10

Kaleidoscope: Problems of the handicapped
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 4/6/1984
p. 1-8

Kaleidoscope: Military life at Purdue
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 4/13/1984
p. 11-21

The Exponent announces its Fall 1984 semester senior staff
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 4/17/1984
p. 3

Kaleidoscope: Women's Sports
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 4/20/1984
p. 9-16

Kaleidoscope: Primary Election '84
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 4/26/1984
6 pages

Grand Prix 1984 (special issue)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 4/27/1984
24 pages

"Four Years in Review" (special issue of reprinted editions)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 4/30/1984


"The Year in Photos" (special issue)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 5/1/1984


Orientation Issue (4 parts)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 6/11/1984


Exponent (Editorial)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 12

Exponent switches to UPI; offers 'more timely coverage'
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 1

Support (Editorial)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 7/30/1984
p. 8

Edit board (Photos)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 6A

Exponent staff proud of its independent status
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 2C

Distribution sites for the Exponent
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 8/24/1984
p. 3

Kaleidoscope issue: Crime around campus
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 8/31/1984
p. 9-15

Kaleidoscope issue: Videos: changing the scope of the Music Industry
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 9/7/1984
p. 1b-8b

Kaleidoscope issue: Lafayette Folklore
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 9/14/1984
p. 9-16

Kaleidoscope issue: Purdue History (Photos)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 9/21/1984
p. 9-16

'Doonesbury' returns to newspapers following 20-month leave of absence
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 9/28/1984
p. 3

Kaleidoscope: Feminism in the 80s
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 9/28/1984
p. 11-17

Kaleidoscope: Research at Purdue
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 10/12/1984
8 pages

New editor in chief, Betsy Liley, hopes to improve Exponent's image (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 10/26/1984
p. 1

Kaleidoscope: Election '84 state and local
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 10/26/1984
p. 9-15

Kaleidoscope: Religion and politics
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 11/2/1984
8 pages

Ginger Thompson named Sunday night as Exponent managing editor (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 11/6/1984
p. 3

Kaleidoscope: Stress
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 11/9/1984
p. 9-16

Kaleidoscope: Nuclear issues
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 11/16/1984
p. 11-17

Holiday Guide [special section]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 11/30/1984
16 pages

Special Issue - 1984 Peach Bowl Edition
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 12/10/1984
24 pages

Lampoon Issue
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 12/11/1984
24 pages

Literary Issue
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Exponent
Date: 12/12/1984
20 pages

Bell-ringing celebration (Victory Bell) (photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Gimlet
Date: 9/25/1984
p. 1

Women's golf coach [Paul Snider] has high expectations for Boilers
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Golf
Date: 8/31/1984
p. 17

Purdue women's golf team finishes first in Notre Dame's seven team tournament
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Golf
Date: 9/3/1984
p. 20

Purdue men's golf team starts season with win
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Golf
Date: 9/25/1984
p. 19

Unbeaten golfers take to the road
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Golf
Date: 9/28/1984
p. 27

Golf team battles weather places fourth at invitational
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Golf
Date: 10/1/1984
p. 17

Golfers place third in Lady Boilermaker Fall Clasic (photo-Lori Heiden)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Golf
Date: 10/2/1984
p. 16

Sophomore golfer [Lenny Hartlage] has great attitude, leadership: coach
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Golf
Date: 10/8/1984
p. 20

'Breakdowns' a factor, golf team places 11th
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Golf
Date: 10/8/1984
p. 20

Lady golfers place eighth i tourney
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Golf
Date: 10/9/1984
p. 15

University senate elects leader, alters incomplete grade policy
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Grades
Date: 3/28/1984
p. 5

Grade index likely to stay 6.0
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Grades
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 14A

Stakp honors ex prof, Lillian Gilbreth
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 1/24/1984
p. 1

Noted prof, Linden of psychology dies
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 1/9/1984
p. 7A

Purdue hires new assistant SID
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 1/11/1984
p. 15

Honored librarian, Zumstein dies in hospital
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 2/9/1984
p. 3

Administration recalls pierce of Cupid's arrow
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 2/14/1984
p. 1

Purdue seeks EE professors
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 2/17/1984
p. 6

Events to honor past professor, Gilbreth
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 2/17/1984
p. 6

Lim, Prof's son, prodigy violinist, solos with symphony at none
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 2/23/1984
p. 15

Prof. Turpin speaks on eating worms
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 2/27/1984
p. 19

Prof. McCabe may use $80,000 pot to fix septic tank
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 2/28/1984
p. 3

Father's words of wisdom come in handy as assistant head track coach Ruebel saves a life
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 3/13/1984
p. 3

Writers Association tags Keady with Coach of the Year honors
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 3/15/1984
p. 20

Board appoints distinguished math professor Friedman
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 3/19/1984
p. 1

'Toxic crisis' poses societal threat: Former Prof. Bonney
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 3/19/1984
p. 3

Duncan Professor of Math named [Friedman]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 3/22/1984
p. 19

Two car accident Saturday evening injures wife of assistant track coach [Poehlein]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 3/27/1984
p. 3

Professor Lembi finds algae 'important to ecosystem, human survival'
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 3/29/1984
p. 8

Purdue professor Ollison to research in Himalayas
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 3/30/1984
p. 10

Residents of Sylvia street fight crime [Ohlgren, English]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 4/2/1984
p. 3

Gordon Wright, associate dean of the school of management will be resigning
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 4/3/1984
p. 3

Subcommittee looks at promotion process of faculty members
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 4/4/1984
p. 10

Graduate study: personality may affect ability to exercise
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Graduate School
Date: 10/10/1984
p. 3

Prof. Snow addresses tornado safety on national TV
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 4/5/1984
p. 3

Obituaries [Culver, Soc.]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 4/12/1984
p. 4

Communications Professor Vibbert honored for outstanding teaching
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 4/12/1984
p. 4

Moffit to write Olympic tunes
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 4/12/1984
p. 1

Jane Kahle, professor of education and biology, received the Helen B. Schleman Gold Medallion Award
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 4/16/1984
p. 3

Lionel Jaffe, professor of biology, received the $1000 Sigma Xi Faculty Research awards...
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 4/17/1984
p. 3

Former vet school illustrator [Neil Harris] designs medal to comemorate current silver anniversary
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 4/19/1984
p. 3

Purdue Press releases philosophical book [Weinstein: Unity and Variety in the Philosophy of Samuel Alexander]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 4/23/1984
p. 23

The appointment of two associate deans in the School of Management [King, Weidenaar]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 6/13/1984
p. 4

Jane Kirkpatrick, instructor in the School of Nursing
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 6/13/1984
p. 4

Lowell Koppel and Victor Radwell 1984 winners of the Helping Students Learn award
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 6/13/1984
p. 4

R. Graham Cooks 1984 Chemical Instrumentation Award
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 6/13/1984
p. 4

Ben Winer, psychological sciences (obit)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 6/13/1984
p. 5

Kullerud recalls experience in World War II undergraound
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 4/24/1984
p. 6

Stubbs teaches 'music isn't just playing notes'
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 4/27/1984
p. 3

Irsay names Purdue's Bob Walters Colts Director of Public Relations
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 4/26/1984
p. 20

County Commissioner 2: Millard Plumlee (Kaleidoscope issue)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 4/26/1984
p. 3

Hartley Benton, Head of Mechanical Engineering Technology (obit)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 6/13/1984
p. 5

Dennis Weidenaar, acting dean of Purdue's management schools
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 6/15/1984
p. 3

Dorothy Morre, associate professor of foods and nutrition will participate in a workshop in Moscow
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 6/15/1984
p. 3

Purdue creative arts professor [Eric Paul]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 6/15/1984
p. 3

William Rowe, head of the department of philosophy, won a fellowship
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 6/15/1984
p. 3

Professor McKenzie lists ten volumes that test mind
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 6/15/1984
p. 9

Olympic tunes to contain hint of 'Hail Purdue' [Moffit]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 6/22/1984
p. 1

[Stoike] COntroller retires after 31 years
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 6/22/1984
p. 3

Purdue grants emeritus rank to five retiring staff members
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 6/27/1984
p. 11

Cary manager retires after 22 years with resedence hall system [Burwell]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 6/29/1984
p. 1

Engineering schools to receive new dean; six month search draws toward an ending [Yang]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 6/29/1984
p. 1

Appreciation [Stoike] (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 7/6/1984
p. 1

Myron Yoder sign-language instructor and interpretor for deaf students
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 7/9/1984
p. 3

Frank takes schools of management reins; anticipates challenge of new administration
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 7/11/1984
p. 1

Purdue graduate Preo becomes new Co-rec director
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 7/11/1984
p. 12

Charlotte Stewart [Mrs. Albert], 'Mrs. Purdue Music' dies Thurs.
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 7/20/1984
p. 3

Track coach [Mike Poehlein] to visit South Korea to teach philosophy, techniques
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 7/20/1984
p. 16

Former athletic trainer [William 'Pinky' Newell to treat Los Angeles Olympians
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 7/23/1984
p. 16

Yong succeeds Hancock, designated new head of Schools of Engineering (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 1A

Frank may bring 'chaos' to job as dean of PUs Krannert, Management schools
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 1A

Summer changes alter Residence Hall Administration [Burwell] (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 3B

Director Dale Miller steps down to produce local drama
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 9C

Signing [Myron Yoder] (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 11C

Purdue staff: 'How I spent my summer vacation'
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 5F

Band director Moffit 'leads' Olympics
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 5F

Math professor Louis de Branges solves problem
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 8/23/1984
p. 1

Korean track team aided by Purdue Men's coach Mike Poehlein for second straight year (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 8/23/1984
p. 15

World renowned Purdue prof A.H. Ismail dies of cancer
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 8/31/1984
p. 3

Continuing Education director Frank Burrin retires after 30-year career with University
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 9/5/1984
p. 7

Engineering dean, Yang gives speech on professionalism
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 9/13/1984
p. 3

VP for development, Maurice Ferin resigns; Hicks says reasons personal (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 9/17/1984
p. 1

Financial aids director, Donald Holec resigns, replacement sought (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 10/8/1984
p. 3

Leonard Perry Program [Soul Plus Magazine] relates minority needs to listeners
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 9/25/1984
p. 5

Purdue employs 4 women higher than associate head (Photos)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 9/28/1984
p. 14

Obituary [William Walters, CIS]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 10/8/1984
p. 3

Purdue's chapter of teachers discusses grievances, states difficulties with salary benefits at meeting
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 10/11/1984
p. 3

Former athletic trainer "Pinky" Newell dies after apparent heart attack (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 10/16/1984
p. 20

Silence in Golden (Photo - G. Perry)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 10/18/1984
p. 1

Professors Yackel, Soedel, Theen, Conte note necessity of US-Soviet scientific communication
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 10/18/1984
p. 11

Russian professor A. Kaplan provides insider's view of Soviet scientific establishment (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 10/18/1984
p. 17

Wise to replace Ferin as new vice president for development
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 10/30/1984
p. 3

PU professor B. Wood and graduate student S. Davis to live underwater for a week
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 10/30/1984
p. 12

Local committee names president K. Barnes
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 11/8/1984
p. 3

Prof's [Charles Harmon] work chosen for print annual (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 11/8/1984
p. 12

Board names distinguished Prof. A. Kirksey
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 11/19/1984
p. 4

Contreni to replace Berthong as head of history department
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 11/20/1984
p. 3

School of Science dean A. Clark resigns post to accept presidency offer (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Faculty
Date: 11/29/1984
p. 1

Purdue airport to receive grant
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Grants
Date: 1/11/1984
p. 3

Krannert receives grant to support MS doctoral students
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Grants
Date: 3/15/1984
p. 19

James Barth, professor of education has been awarded a fellowship
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Grants
Date: 3/29/1984
p. 3

Head of philosophy [Rowe] wins Guggenheim fellowship
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Grants
Date: 4/9/1984
p. 1

Purdue receives $350.000 grant from corporation for working on computer chip research with IBM
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Grants
Date: 4/9/1984
p. 5

Japanese corp. to donate $400,000 to create engineering professorship
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Grants
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 14

Purdue has received a $10,000 grant from the Union Carbide Corp. for the Black and Ethnic Minority Fellowship Program
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Grants
Date: 6/15/1984
p. 3

Alcoa Foundation has presented grants totaling $19,000
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Grants
Date: 6/15/1984
p. 3

National Science Foundation grants Purdue $2 million to enhance Cyber 205 computer
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Grants
Date: 7/9/1984
p. 1

CST grants ovr $1.5 million for research; future bioengineering center a 'keystone'
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Grants
Date: 7/18/1984
p. 3

CST grants $1.5 million for campus research
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Grants
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 3

Purdue computer specialist receives research grant from U.S. agriculture department
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Grants
Date: 10/23/1984
p. 3

Appropriation will hasten building of Farms Complex
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Farms, Purdue Research
Date: 4/2/1984
p. 3

Long johns: 'Hot' fashion item
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fashion Trends
Date: 1/9/1984
p. 8B

Fashion parade [Career/Bridal Fair (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fashion Trends
Date: 2/22/1984
p. 15

Fsahion and hair bring added flair to the punk world
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fashion Trends
Date: 3/16/1984
p. 16

Local retailers claim comeback for lingerie
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fashion Trends
Date: 4/4/1984
p. 15

Wearing of white shoes offends 'taste, upbringing, common snese,' (Column - Liley)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fashion Trends
Date: 4/12/1984
p. 6

Local stores outfit interviewees with new fashion tips (Job Hunter's Guide)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fashion Trends
Date: 10/3/1984
p. 3

Feast regatta (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Feast of the Hunter's Moon
Date: 5/1/1984
p. 9

Feast of the Hunter's Moon to honor colonial women
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Feast of the Hunter's Moon
Date: 9/26/1984
p. 6

Field hockey pre-season to prepare team for fall
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Field Hockey
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 11E

Team gets up early to practice before road trip east
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Field Hockey
Date: 8/31/1984
p. 24

Purdue field hockey team to 'get down to business'
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Field Hockey
Date: 9/7/1984
p. 16A

Field hockey team opens season, ties Toledo in double overtime (Photos)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Field Hockey
Date: 9/10/1984
p. 28

Field hockey team loses two games on coast
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Field Hockey
Date: 9/17/1984
p. 22

Field hockey raises record with tie, win
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Field Hockey
Date: 10/1/1984
p. 21

Co-captain Mary Ann Flanigan sets sites on Big Ten title (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Field Hockey
Date: 10/5/1984
p. 15

Team falls to Cardinals (Photos)
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Subject: Field Hockey
Date: 10/11/1984
p. 20

Greeks take plunge despite delay, confusion
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Subject: Greeks
Date: 1/23/1984
p. 1

Greeks to help COM 353 group, Phys. Pl. conserve energy
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Subject: Greeks
Date: 2/17/1984
p. 5

Greek organizations help with fun-raising projects for handicapped individuals
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Subject: Greeks
Date: 4/6/1984
p. 4

Company picks Purdue to test computers specially made for fraternities, sororities
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Greeks
Date: 9/11/1984
p. 1

Unicom Project attracts 22 greek houses; Purdue will become first to have network
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Greeks
Date: 10/23/1984
p. 3

Ag school plans dedication; food department made official
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Subject: Food Sciences
Date: 9/5/1984
p. 5

Director tries to keep students happy, purchases inexpensive, quality food
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Food Services
Date: 3/19/1984
p. 5

Burtnett drops five team players after court files criminal charges
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Subject: Football
Date: 3/23/1984
p. 1

Spring football practice to hint at team's density
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Subject: Football
Date: 3/26/1984
p. 28

Spring practice (Photo)
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Subject: Football
Date: 3/27/1984
p. 16

Burtnett discusses past years, future season of football team
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 4/4/1984
p. 24

Burtnett looks to improve team, record for '84 football season
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 4/5/1984
p. 20

Everett guns for vacant quarterback slot
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 4/5/1984
p. 20

After being red-shirted his freshman season, Downing hopes for starting quarterback spot
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Subject: Football
Date: 4/6/1984
p. 20

Anonymity doesn't bother quarterback Huber
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Subject: Football
Date: 4/9/1984
p. 28

Sophomore Wallace returns to old position
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 4/10/1984
p. 20

Leaders [Block P] hope card section lifts spirit
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Subject: Football
Date: 4/11/1984
p. 3

Woodson gives up track for season to concentrate on football
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 4/11/1984
p. 24

Football fans should mark their calendars; athletic department pencils in next 6 years
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 4/12/1984
p. 22

Purdue football's defensive secondary should be bright
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 4/26/1984
p. 20

Burtnett fields queries at media affair
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 7/27/1984
p. 20

Burtnett: Gridders one year from title contention (Photos)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 1E

Home football game tickets still available, sales for opening game 'dragging'
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Subject: Football
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 3E

Various articles (Back to Campus Issue)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 6-7E

Burtnett: Young gridders face tough schedule
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Subject: Football
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 15A

Tuition includes cost of football tix
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Subject: Football
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 15A

Grid recruiting cycle begins
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Subject: Football
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 20A

Purdue-Notre Dame football tickets
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 6/27/1984
p. 12

Quarterback trio is duo; Huber falls to knee injury
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 8/23/1984
p. 17

Purdue's football scrimmage sees improvement in secondary play (Photos)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 9/3/1984
p. 20

Look from above (Photo - Burnett)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 9/4/1984
p. 20

Purdue, Notre Dame head coaches plan strategies for Saturday
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 9/5/1984
p. 20

Progress may go unnoticed if ND holds to form (Photos)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 9/7/1984
p. 24a

Boilermakers upset Fighting Irish (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 9/10/1984
p. 1

Crow (Editorial)
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Subject: Football
Date: 9/10/1984
p. 4

Sweet revenge (Photos)
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Subject: Football
Date: 9/10/1984
p. 26

Burtnett praises special teams play
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 9/10/1984
p. 27

This year it was Irish mistakes, not Boilers (Column: Schuman)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 9/10/1984
p. 27

Burtnett says Hurricane's loss to bring them 'back to business'
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 9/10/1984
p. 20

Notre Dame succumbs to 12-man rule; Purdue's lucky break proves too much
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 9/11/1984
p. 20

Upcoming game offers 'knothole' seating to boost attendance at Ross-Ade Stadium for Boilermakers' opener against Hurricanes
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 9/11/1984
p. 20

Boilermakers to face defending national champions [Miami] at home
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 9/14/1984
p. 24

Saturday's game holds special meaning for Rendina
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 9/14/1984
p. 24

Pep rally (Editorial)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 9/17/1984
p. 6

Burtnett satisfied with early season record, sees improvement
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 9/17/1984
p. 23

Penalties abound in Miami game, hurt both teams
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 9/17/1984
p. 23

Purdue QB, Jim Everett ranked 7th in offense
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 9/18/1984
p. 13

Burtnett: Boilers to concentrate on option offense against Gophers
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 9/18/1984
p. 16

Holtz concerned; Everett claims confidence contributes to success (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 9/18/1984
p. 16

Sumlin proves himself as walk-on (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 9/20/1984
p. 28

Golden Gophers to try out option offense on Boilers Saturday
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 9/21/1984
p. 24

Rally rag [spirit towel] (Photo)
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Subject: Football
Date: 9/24/1984
p. 1

Purdue's 1984 football team anticipates bright future in television
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 8/23/1984
p. 23

Knee injury [Jeff Huber] leaves Boilers short of depth at quarterback
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 8/24/1984
p. 18

Saturday scrimmage play pleases Burtnett
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 8/24/1984
p. 24

Students anxiously await ticket distribution
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 8/24/1984
p. 20

Football team practices to prepare for Notre Dame, Hoosier Dome
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 8/30/1984
p. 20

Holtz cites Boilers' control of game as contributor to Gopher loss (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 9/24/1984
p. 27

Boilermakers bury Gophers 34-10 with second half of domination (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 9/24/1984
p. 28

Replacement Wallace carries 32 times, 158 yards during Boiler win
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 9/24/1984
p. 28

Burtnett: Special teams must improve for MSU
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 9/25/1984
p. 20

Losses leave Michigan State 'staggering;" Burtnett concerned with Spartans defense
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 9/28/1984
p. 28

Thorson earns spot as No. 1 punter
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 9/28/1984
p. 28

Purdue's Rendina praises MSU's kicker Mojsiejenko (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 10/1/1984
p. 21

MSU finds Purdue win hard to believe
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Subject: Football
Date: 10/1/1984
p. 23

Boiler defense efforts shut down Spartans
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 10/1/1984
p. 24

Burtnett looks for weekend in Buckeye's armor
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 10/2/1984
p. 14

Burtnett to sorority: 'Have fun, be our 12th man'
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Subject: Football
Date: 10/4/1984
p. 3

No. 2 ranked Buckeyes sport running game
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 10/5/1984
p. 24

Attention: 'Purdue is back;' Ohio State upset (Photo)
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Subject: Football
Date: 10/5/1984
p. 1

'It's Boiler Time,' (Photos - Ohio State win)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 10/8/1984
p. 22

Coaches rank Purdue 17th after win over Ohio State
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 10/9/1984
p. 16

Former Purdue coach, Jim Young 'rebuilds' Army football (Photo)
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Subject: Football
Date: 10/11/1984
p. 20

Bowl scouts to attend homecoming game
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Subject: Football
Date: 10/12/1984
p. 24A

Bowl game still possible for Boilers
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 10/16/1984
p. 17

Boiler flanker, Rick Brunner finds size no setback (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 10/30/1984
p. 20

Purdue freshman running back, James Medlock happy (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 11/2/1984
p. 22A

Burtnett favors Pasadena in January, looks forward to bid announcement
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 11/8/1984
p. 32

Purdue linebacker, Jason Houston 'perserveres' (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 11/9/1984
p. 24

Old Oaken Bucket game to finish career for fifth-year Boilermaker players
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 11/13/1984
p. 19

Purdue, IU game to be last one for senior; Feulner: This is the end of chapter in my life
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 11/14/1984
p. 20

Melvin Menke: Senior reflects on earlier days (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 11/15/1984
p. 20

Purdue Peach Bowl bound?
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 11/19/1984
p. 1

Toilet bowl (Photo)
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Subject: Football
Date: 11/19/1984
p. 1

Football (Editorial)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 11/19/1984
p. 6

Jim Everett selected as most valuable by teammates
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 11/20/1984
p. 16

Boilermakers accept Peach Bowl invitation
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 11/26/1984
p. 1

Ticket Manager: Lots of seats are left for Dec. 31 Peach Bowl
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 11/27/1984
p. 19

Special Exponent issue - 1984 Peach Bowl Edition
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Football
Date: 12/10/1984
24 pages

progam aims for new experiences
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Handicapped
Date: 1/9/1984
p. 4

Social psychology prof says reaction negative to 'different'
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Handicapped
Date: 4/6/1984
p. 2

Deafness doesn't hinder student who uses hearing aid for assistance
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Subject: Handicapped
Date: 4/6/1984
p. 2

Federally funded program provides counseling service
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Subject: Handicapped
Date: 4/6/1984
p. 6

Tactic maps in braiille assist visually impaired
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Subject: Handicapped
Date: 4/6/1984
p. 3

Undergraduate Library offers handicapped services
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Subject: Handicapped
Date: 4/6/1984
p. 6

Ice, snow inhibit handicap mobility; DOS changes classes to offer accessq
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Subject: Handicapped
Date: 4/6/1984
p. 7

PU helps mainstream handicapped
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Subject: Handicapped
Date: 4/6/1984
p. 7

Myron Yoder, sign language instructor and interpretor for deaf students
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Subject: Handicapped
Date: 7/9/1984
p. 3

Maps project for visually impaired students continues
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Handicapped
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 6C

Purdue furnishes handicapped with services and accessibilities
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Handicapped
Date: 8/24/1984
p. 3

Conference to increase handicapped awareness
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Subject: Handicapped
Date: 9/27/1984
p. 9

Herpes, still alive
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Subject: Health
Date: 1/12/1984
p. 8

Health awareness month aims to distribute free information
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Subject: Health
Date: 1/30/1984
p. 8

To your health [Health Awareness Week] (photo)
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Subject: Health
Date: 1/31/1984
p. 3

Daily swimming may be the best solution for students to shed extra pounds
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Health
Date: 2/1/1984
p. 23

Purdue Hospital Advisory Board hosts seminars for Health Awareness Month
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Subject: Health
Date: 2/2/1984
p. 3

Planned Parenthood promotes 'Love Carefully Day'
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Subject: Health
Date: 2/13/1984
p. 5

Stomach upset afflicts approximately 50 people
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Subject: Health
Date: 2/14/1984
p. 1

Treatment of poison victims continues at area hospitals
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Subject: Health
Date: 2/16/1984
p. 1

Sparse crowd hears nursing instructor explain camus sexual views
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Subject: Health
Date: 2/16/1984
p. 15

Food tests prove negative in student 'poisoning' case
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Subject: Health
Date: 2/20/1984
p. 1

Sub shop test fails to dispel rumors
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Subject: Health
Date: 3/2/1984
p. 3

Health advice to be offered in residence hall programs
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Subject: Health
Date: 3/16/1984
p. 4

Local birth advisor estimates one home delivery per week
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Subject: Health
Date: 3/2/1984
p. 3

Health advice to be offered in residence hall programs
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Subject: Health
Date: 3/16/1984
p. 4

Local birth advisor estimates one home delivery per week
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Subject: Health
Date: 3/23/1984
p. 16

Sunny skies can lead to injuries; limit exposure, exertion outside
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Health
Date: 6/13/1984
p. 7

Defect in chemical reaction causes cloud over Purdue
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Health
Date: 8/28/1984
p. 1

Infection control week to help combat diseases
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Subject: Health
Date: 9/17/1984
p. 5

Stress workshop to promote relaxing
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Subject: Health
Date: 10/26/1984
p. 8

Broken water line makes classes relocate
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Subject: Heavilon Hall
Date: 9/21/1984
p. 3

Lab internationally known
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Subject: Herrick Labs
Date: 10/12/1984
p. 5

Universities lobbyists seek funds collectively
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Hicks, John
Date: 1/12/1984
p. 1

Legislature guild on higher education score
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Subject: Hicks, John
Date: 1/24/1984
p. 2

Hicks gives 'historical' speech, discusses Indiana's universities
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Subject: Hicks, John
Date: 1/26/1984
p. 8

Hicks sees no worry
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Subject: Hicks, John
Date: 3/28/1984
p. 4

Russian specialists needed: Prof.
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Subject: Foreign Languages and Literature
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 7C

French performer, Jacques Florencie brings native songs
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Subject: Foreign Languages and Literature
Date: 10/26/1984
p. 5

'Jet lag' dulls Florencie's performance
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Subject: Foreign Languages and Literature
Date: 10/29/1984
p. 4

International Night slated
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Subject: Foreign Students
Date: 3/28/1984
p. 5

Foreign students form council
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Subject: Foreign Students
Date: 10/21/1984
p. 8

First annual Hong Kong Week spawns awareness of culture
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Subject: Foreign Students
Date: 4/4/1984
p. 4

Food bazaar provides international cuisine
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Foreign Students
Date: 4/13/1984
p. 22

Some foreign grads must leave
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Foreign Students
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 10D

Enrollment of foreign students increases
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Subject: Foreign Students
Date: 11/13/1984
p. 5

Hermanos Hispanas, annual festival to offer Latin band, Jaime Morales Band
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Foreign Students
Date: 11/8/1984
p. 10

Department of Forestry and Natural Resources honored 10 seniors and three faculty members
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Subject: Forestry & Natural Resources
Date: 4/19/1984
p. 9

Purdue to receive $1 million funding in '85; wood technology center to be established
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Subject: Forestry & Natural Resources
Date: 9/24/1984
p. 1

Lime away (Photo)
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Subject: Fountains
Date: 3/29/1984
p. 3

Sites add to 'college atmosphere' (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Fountains
Date: 9/21/1984
p. 16

Purdue hosts 4-H conference; 200 expected for this weekend
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Subject: 4-H
Date: 3/1/1984
p. 8

Speaker, Burnett focuses on drunken driving
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: 4-H
Date: 3/12/1984
p. 2

Pork Day herds 400 4-H youths to Purdue event
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Subject: 4-H
Date: 3/23/1984
p. 24

'Wild Kingdom' host [Perkins] to speak at 4-H Roundup final session
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Subject: 4-H
Date: 6/25/1984
p. 1

Perkins can't help but like animals
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Subject: 4-H
Date: 6/29/1984
p. 8

4-H Foundation forgets current quality maintenance as priority despite reduced revenues, higher costs
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: 4-H
Date: 7/30/1984
p. 3

Student group president predicts return of calm following assasination
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Subject: [Purdue] India Students Association
Date: 11/20/1984
p. 5

Seminars offer discussion with employers
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Subject: Industrial Roundtable
Date: 9/10/1984
p. 8

Interfraternity Council votes unanimously, passes resolution concerning alcohol abuse
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Subject: Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Date: 4/5/1984
p. 3

IFC (Editorial)
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Subject: Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Date: 4/9/1984
p. 6

Junior IFC receives recognition from DOS
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Subject: Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Date: 4/27/1984
p. 3

IFC cautions members of alcohol use; establishes five guidelines for fall, rush
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Subject: Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 13B

Challenge (Editorial)
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Subject: Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Date: 8/31/1984
p. 6

Bars utilize program to keep drivers sober
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Subject: Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Date: 10/4/1984
p. 1

Designate (Editorial)
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Subject: Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Date: 10/10/1984
p. 10

Bar managers: Driver program gets little response
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Subject: Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Date: 10/31/1984
p. 3

Positive Pledge Program offers constructive options to hazing
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Subject: Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Date: 11/6/1984
p. 5

International Center seeks financial help to keep ball rolling
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Subject: International Student Services
Date: 1/10/1984
p. 10

Food, Fashions to highlight International Week events
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Subject: International Student Services
Date: 10/26/1984
p. 8

Annual festival [Hermanos Hispanas] to offer Latin Band [Jaime Morales Band]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: International Student Services
Date: 11/8/1984
p. 10

Intramural softball action in full swing
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Intramurals
Date: 10/5/1984
p. 14

Wood earns softball title for third consecutive year (Photo)
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Subject: Intramurals
Date: 10/10/1984
p. 19

Arash, Team Abuse advance to finals [All-Campus soccer championship] (Photo)
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Subject: Intramurals
Date: 12/2/1984
p. 20

Team Abuse defaults on final; Arash retains intramural crown
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Subject: Intramurals
Date: 11/6/1984
p. 16

All-Stars take [football] intramurals
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Subject: Intramurals
Date: 11/7/1984
p. 20

Class of 1985
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Iron Key
Date: 10/12/1984
p. 10A

Judo CLub competes; four members place in tourney
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Subject: Judo Club
Date: 10/5/1984
p. 22

Hicks calls tenure policy 'very traditional' helpful in hiring first-class faculty
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Subject: Hicks, John
Date: 4/4/1984
p. 10

Top jobs (photos)
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Subject: Hicks, John
Date: 5/1/1984
p. 4

Hicks retains same duties as title changes to senior vice president
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Hicks, John
Date: 6/25/1984
p. 1

PSA slate's Hicks' speech on University's structure
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Hicks, John
Date: 9/12/1984
p. 8

Hicks backs break, not guest hours
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Hicks, John
Date: 9/14/1984
p. 4

to report on University's hiring policy
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Hicks, John
Date: 10/15/1984
p. 3

urges Senate to work harder to gain equal opportunity employment (photo)
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Subject: Hicks, John
Date: 10/16/1984
p. 3

West Lafayette street names contain much of town's history
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Subject: History
Date: 4/12/1984
p. 8

Contreni to replace Berthong as head of history department
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: History
Date: 11/20/1984
p. 3

Council's homesharing program matches students, homeowners
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Subject: Home-Sharing Plan
Date: 3/13/1984
p. 8

Program offers students housing; homeowners receive services, aid
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Home-Sharing Plan
Date: 8/29/1984
o, 9

Students to begin voting for Homecoming Queen
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Homecoming
Date: 10/2/1984
p. 5

A neq queen is crowned (photo-J. Gilbert)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Homecoming
Date: 10/15/1984
p. 24

PSA senator withdraws Homecoming King bill (ed)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Homecoming
Date: 10/5/1984
p. 11

Alumni band performs (photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Homecoming
Date: 10/15/1984
p. 1

Olympian Waitz to compete in Oct. 20 Terry Fox Memorial Run
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Kappa Alpha Theta
Date: 10/2/1984
p. 16

Olympian Waitz, Spivey among contenders to participate in Terry Fox Memorial Run
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Subject: Kappa Alpha Theta
Date: 10/19/1984
p. 24

Waitz comes to Purdue to prepare for NY marathon
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Subject: Kappa Alpha Theta
Date: 10/19/1984
p. 28

Lawsuit names fraternity, former student; alleges accident result of 'wanton neglect'
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Subject: Kappa Sigma
Date: 10/17/1984
p. 3

Suit will not change fraternity status
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Subject: Kappa Sigma
Date: 10/17/1984
p. 3

New tech building named to honor trustee, Maurice G. Knoy
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Subject: Knoy Hall Of Technology
Date: 9/17/1984
p. 1

Dedication (Photo - Lt. Gov. John Mutz)
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Subject: Knoy Hall Of Technology
Date: 10/15/1984
p. 9

Lecture [Hostetler] gives insight into Japan's competition
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Krannert Executive Forum
Date: 2/27/1984
p. 5

[Edward Bottom] Establishing credibility most crucial part of job: forum
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Subject: Krannert Executive Forum
Date: 10/1/1984
p. 4

Beering reserves word on sex orientation issue
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Subject: Homosexuals
Date: 12/1/1984
p. 1

Putnam to recommend bill to board of trustees
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Subject: Homosexuals
Date: 12/9/1984
p. 1

Senate to revote on addition
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Subject: Homosexuals
Date: 1/11/1984
p. 1

Student senate approves sexual orientation addition
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Subject: Homosexuals
Date: 1/12/1984
p. 3

Committee examines bill
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Subject: Homosexuals
Date: 1/26/1984
p. 1

Lafayette's first 'gay bar' attracts diverse crowd
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Subject: Homosexuals
Date: 2/22/1984
p. 1

Committee supports change to Purdue's Equal Opportunities Policy
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Subject: Homosexuals
Date: 2/23/1984
p. 3

PGLA member [Ankrom]: attitudes changing
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Subject: Homosexuals
Date: 3/23/1984
p. 16

Explicit (editorial)
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Subject: Homosexuals
Date: 3/26/1984
p. 6

Senate finishes year with Maymester, EOP
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Subject: Homosexuals
Date: 4/25/1984
p. 3

PU Senate OKs addition of clause: bill covers 'sexual orientation' issue
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Subject: Homosexuals
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 9A

Omicron Delta Kappa Society bring leaders together
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Subject: Honoraries
Date: 2/7/1984
p. 4

Weekend show offers insight intro art, science of horticulture
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Subject: Horticulture
Date: 4/13/1984
p. 3

The 1984 Urban Field Day in Horticulture
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Subject: Horticulture
Date: 7/6/1984
p. 13

Residence halls catering to students needs
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Subject: Housing
Date: 3/20/1984
p. 10

Sautter says he won't jump on 'concept hall' bandwagon
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Subject: Housing
Date: 3/20/1984
p. 10

'Hello Neighbor' brochures acquaint students with off-campus life
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Subject: Housing
Date: 4/5/1984
p. 3

Cost varies for housing options open to students
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Subject: Housing
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 8B

Housing capacities
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Subject: Housing
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 11B

Student condominiums to open next fall one mile north of campus
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Subject: Housing
Date: 7/2/1984
p. 4

Condominium student housing offers tax shelter for PU parents: Stratford Trace to open locally
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Subject: Housing
Date: 7/27/1984
p. 5

University oriented condominiums become feasible, offer parents investment choices
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Subject: Housing
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 10A

County APC meets with petitioners, considers request for area rezoning [Stratford Trace]
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Subject: Housing
Date: 9/21/1984
p. 4

Board ok's rezoning for housing project
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Subject: Housing
Date: 10/2/1984
p. 3

Married student housing offers more lenient lease, council activities, services
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Subject: Housing
Date: 4/15/1984
P. 3

NCAA convention adopts resolution honoring Hovde
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Subject: Hovde, Frederick
Date: 7/11/1984
p. 11

'Landmark' construction progresses, Panhel gives funds from plant sales
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Subject: Landmark
Date: 10/17/1984


'Landmark' construction (Photo)
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Subject: Landmark
Date: 10/18/1984
p. 3

'Landmark' construction (Photo)
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Subject: Landmark
Date: 11/9/1984
p. 3

Poet-activist Brutus discusses nation's role in world social issues
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Subject: Lecture, Louis Martin Sears Series
Date: 2/14/1984
p. 7

Divest [Brutus speech] (Editorial)
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Subject: Lecture, Louis Martin Sears Series
Date: 2/16/1984
p. 6

Brutus see U.S. citizens faced with...human rights issues
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Subject: Lecture, Louis Martin Sears Series
Date: 2/16/1984
p. 13

1984 and Beyond [Winpisinger]
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Subject: Lecture, Louis Martin Sears Series
Date: 3/29/1984
p. 13

Dying peaceful death eludes world hungry in '84, future Lappe
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Subject: Lecture, Louis Martin Sears Series
Date: 4/26/1984
p. 9

Manley: 'Share the wealth' with Third World
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Subject: Lectures
Date: 3/15/1984
p. 11

"The Engineer as Robot and Lover," [Meehan]
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Subject: Lectures
Date: 3/27/1984
p. 5

New center to focus on education of science, math
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Subject: HSSE, School of
Date: 1/9/1984
p. 1A

Orwell's '1984' to provide groundwork for class dealing with totalitarianism
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Subject: HSSE, School of
Date: 1/9/1984
p. 16A

Profs lend talents to authors' works
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Subject: HSSE, School of
Date: 1/10/1984
p. 9

Series makes teachers into students
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Subject: HSSE, School of
Date: 1/16/1984
p. 4

Dauily PE classes approved for trial in schools
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Subject: HSSE, School of
Date: 2/10/1984
p. 3

Teleconference [PEHRS] to air
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Subject: HSSE, School of
Date: 2/22/1984
p. 7

Study skills center moves; allows more room for work
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Subject: HSSE, School of
Date: 9/11/1984
p. 7

Project to research midwestern black women
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Subject: HSSE, School of
Date: 3/16/1984
p. 8

School of HSSE Student Council has chosen its members
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Subject: HSSE, School of
Date: 3/27/1984
p. 3

Criminal justice class places students in real practical situations
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Subject: HSSE, School of
Date: 4/4/1984
p. 5

HSSE Dean speaks to women abuot tenure, recritment, explains statistical meaning
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Subject: HSSE, School of
Date: 4/4/1984
p. 8

HSSE receives grant from NEH to conduct intenstive institutes for foreign language instructors
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Subject: HSSE, School of
Date: 4/26/1984
p. 4

Humanities recommendation service allows students to collect references
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Subject: HSSE, School of
Date: 10/3/1984
p. 19

Author [Meehan] depicts engineers' lives [Engr/Humanities lecture]
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Subject: Lectures
Date: 3/29/1984
p. 4

Talk focuses on business, its effect on foreign policy [Winpisinger]
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Subject: Lectures
Date: 4/2/1984
p. 9

Lecturer [Kelly] relates words, images [Charles Darwin Society]
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Subject: Lectures
Date: 4/12/1984
p. 9

The first Amy-Mellon Lecture in Analytical Chemistry
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Subject: Lectures
Date: 4/17/1984
p. 5

Mid-east correspondent [Marvin Zonas]: History of conflict
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Subject: Lectures
Date: 4/23/1984
p. 4

[Electrical Engineering's Distinguished Lecturer Series] Alum [Robert Lucky}: Fiber optics change technology, expand global communication abilities (Photo)
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Subject: Lectures
Date: 10/1/1984
p. 5

Scientific research society sponsors talk; speaker [C.S. Kiang] calls acid rain 'really political issue'
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Subject: Lectures
Date: 10/24/1984
p. 1

Lecture focuses on science, humanities [George Christensen]
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Subject: Lectures
Date: 10/25/1984
p. 5

Tax returns mean questions for IRS
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Subject: Legal Advice
Date: 1/18/1984
p. 4

Contractual agreements 'simple' for cohabitation arrangements
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Subject: Legal Advice
Date: 3/13/1984
p. 4

New open records law initiates few changes for students, University
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Subject: Legal Advice
Date: 4/19/1984
p. 3

Foresight helps students to secure deposit refund
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Subject: Legal Advice
Date: 4/23/1984
p. 3

To avoid losing housing deposit, do legwork before signing lease
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Legal Advice
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 9B

Tenants should understand leasing, housing legalities
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Subject: Legal Advice
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 5A

PSA department aids with legal questions
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Subject: Legal Advice
Date: 8/31/1984
p. 12

University collects debts in small claims court
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Subject: Legal Advice
Date: 9/18/1984
p. 6

Three Purdue schools disagree: 'Is liberal arts study important?'
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Subject: Liberal Arts
Date: 11/2/1984
p. 3A

Rally to honor Human Rights Week
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Subject: Human Rights
Date: 10/26/1984
p. 4

Refusniks phoned during rally
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Subject: Human Rights
Date: 10/30/1984
p. 3

Will (editorial)
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Subject: Human Rights
Date: 11/8/1984
p. 6

Group (Amnesty International) to sponsor candlelight vigil
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Subject: Human Rights
Date: 12/6/1984
p. 3

HSSE Library entrance gets face lift
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Subject: Libraries
Date: 1/12/1984
p. 13

Proposal calls for centralizing PU libraries
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Subject: Libraries
Date: 7/23/1984
p. 3

New trial 'Copicard' service helps those with no change (Photo)
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Subject: Libraries
Date: 9/12/1984
p. 1

Change [Copicard] (Editorial)
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Subject: Libraries
Date: 9/17/1984
p. 8

System [computerized card catalog] aids book-seekers
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Subject: Libraries
Date: 10/3/1984
p. 3

Library remodeling job designed for efficiency
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Subject: Libraries
Date: 10/18/1984
p. 3

Copicard seems to be success (Photo - T. Lanford)
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Subject: Libraries
Date: 10/25/1984
p. 3

Research facility construction to end Sept. 24(Photo)
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Subject: Life Sciences Research Building
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 6B

Woman gives local data
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Subject: Lost and Found Office (Grant St. Parking Garage)
Date: 1/11/1984
p. 11

Krannert grads play new computer game
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Subject: Management, School Of
Date: 2/2/1984
p. 4

New center to perform 'taxing' research
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Subject: Management, School Of
Date: 1/10/1984
p. 9

Institute changes name [Institute for Leadership Education]
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Subject: Management, School Of
Date: 1/18/1984
p. 1

Executive forum facilitates corporate/student interaction
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Subject: Management, School Of
Date: 1/20/1984
p. 12

University accepts Delta Sigma Pi
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Subject: Management, School Of
Date: 1/31/1984
p. 4

'Spiked Punch' comes in first in Krannert business contest
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Subject: Management, School Of
Date: 2/13/1984
p. 8

Lecture [Hostetler, Krannert Exec Forum] gives insight into Japan's competition
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Subject: Management, School Of
Date: 2/27/1984
p. 5

Purdue pilot dies in crash
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 1/9/1984
p. 3

PUPD's night not really typical
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 1/10/1984
p. 7

Fowler break-ins occur on holiday
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 1/11/1984
p. 3

Board continues search for plans crash cause
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 1/20/1984
p. 3

Union revamps alarm network for better smoke, fire detection
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 1/24/1984
p. 3

Death investigation continues
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 1/31/1984
p. 3

Child restraint: now a law
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 2/2/1984
p. 3

Man falls three flights from Union stairwell, remains on critical list
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 2/21/1984
p. 1

19 year old student remains in critical list
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 2/21/1984
p. 1

Winter-course student died frominjuries suffered in fall
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 2/22/1984
p. 1

Theft in dormitories may be on downswing, but locking doors may make it nonexistent
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 4/24/1984
p. 3

Dormitory lock-up policy prevents 'stranger traffic'
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 4/25/1984
p. 5

Bicycle thefts occur regularly on campus due to great availability
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 6/27/1984
p. 5

Regulations define fireworks' legality
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 7/2/1984
p. 5

Holiday's hazards: burns, poisoning
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Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 7/2/1984
p. 5

Purdue graduate (Stanley Lesh) shoots himself on airport runway
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 3A

Emergency telephones connect students with PU police department: 81 campus locations
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 1B

PUPD: Bike theft's significant problem"
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 4B

Police: Warning tickets to be given at start of classes
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 4B

Collision causes flipped car, minor injuries
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 8/24/1984
p. 1

Vandalism, theft of cars 'frequent' on PU campus
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 8/31/1984
p. 10

Consumers, retailing pay shoplifting costs
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 8/31/1984
p. 11

Harassing telephone calls drop as temperture rises
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 8/31/1984
p. 11

Union, Stewart targets of vandalism
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Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 8/31/1984
p. 13

Awareness, preparation aid in preventing of theft
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Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 8/31/1984
p. 15

Early morning mishap [Tomahawk Club cannon explosion] (photo)
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Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 9/11/1984
p. 1

Trust (editorial)
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Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 9/11/1984
p. 10

PUPD looks for stray canine; bite victim may have rabies
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 9/12/1984
p. 1

Seminar offers advice on safety awareness, basic fire prevention
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Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 9/13/1984
p. 5

Purdue senior [Michael Kays] dies after motorcycle wreck (photos)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 9/18/1984
p. 1

Parking problem (photo)
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Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 9/26/1984
p. 1

University, police to investigate disturbance (photo)
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Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 10/5/1984
p. 1

Domino's worker injured; business sustain damage (photo)
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Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 10/5/1984
p. 6

21 arrested in connection with Salisbury disturbance
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Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 10/5/1984
p. 7

300 participants in weekend disturbance pass through Union
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Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 10/5/1984
p. 7

Think [campus riot] (editorial)
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Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 10/5/1984
p. 8

Two students [E. Circhardeback, J. Lorenz] to sell 'riot' T-shirts
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 10/10/1984
p. 3

University leaders remain undecided about 'incident'
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Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 10/10/1984
p. 3

Riot (editorial)
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Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 10/11/1984
p. 6

Clean-up (photo-A.K. Sing)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 10/15/1984
p. 3

Students can appeal PUPD fine by taking tickets to court
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Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 10/18/1984
p. 4

Students injured in accident
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 10/19/1984
p. 4

Safety (editorial)
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Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 10/23/1984
p. 10

Warrants to be served by WLPD for outstanding traffic tickets
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Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 11/2/1984
p. 11A

Warrants may result from unpaid tickets
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Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 11/13/1984
p. 3

Area police stage massive drug bust; 73 arrested
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Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 11/15/1984
p. 1

Three more area residents charged with drug related offenses
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Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 11/16/1984
p. 1

PU police officers help in county wide drug bust
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Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 11/16/1984
p. 1

Student receives stab wound in attack
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Safety and Security
Date: 11/29/1984
p. 3

Krannert receives grant to support MS, doctoral students
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Subject: Management
Date: 3/15/1984
p. 19

Dunkelberg predicts economy to improve
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Subject: Management
Date: 3/16/1984
p. 5

School of Management Council members have been selected for the 1984...
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Subject: Management
Date: 3/28/1984
p. 3

Give yourself credit [Management Club] (Photo)
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Subject: Management
Date: 4/5/1984
p. 1

Frank takes schools of management reins; anticipates challenge of new administration
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Subject: Management
Date: 7/11/1984
p. 1

Frank may bring 'chaos' to job as dean of PU's Krannert, Management Schools (Photo)
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Subject: Management
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 1A

Associate deans [Weidenaar, King] adjust school to technological growth, competitive markets
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Subject: Management
Date: 8/24/1984
p. 3

Program lets students prepare for interviews
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Management
Date: 9/20/1984
p. 17

Study on consumer loans yields data on variable risktaking
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Subject: Management
Date: 9/27/1984
p. 3

Management service [Management Placement Information Center] allows students to get ahead in process of job search
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Subject: Management
Date: 10/3/1984
p. 6

Training and Educational Data Service offers information on career planning
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Subject: Management
Date: 10/3/1984
Job Hunter's Guide, p. 18

Cooperative Education Program gives students chance to gain 'important job experience'
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Subject: Management
Date: 10/3/1984
p. 15

Duncan Professor of Math named [Friedman]
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Subject: Mathematics
Date: 3/22/1984
p. 19

Math professor [Louis de Branges] solves problem
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Subject: Mathematics
Date: 8/23/1984
p. 1

Continuing Education seeks Maymester suggestions
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Subject: Maymester
Date: 1/18/1984
p. 5

Maymester's fate depends on enrollment size
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Subject: Maymester
Date: 3/19/1984
p. 3

Committee passes resolution affecting Maymester
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Subject: Maymester
Date: 3/26/1984
p. 5

Maymester [schedule]
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Subject: Maymester
Date: 3/27/1984
p. 5

University Senate elects leader, alters incomplete grade policy
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Subject: Maymester
Date: 3/28/1984
p. 5

Maymester grades may be sent out at session's end
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Subject: Maymester
Date: 4/10/1984
p. 3

Senate finishes year with Maymester, EOP
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Subject: Maymester
Date: 4/25/1984
p. 3

Maymester enrollment declines; co-sponsors put future on hold
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Subject: Maymester
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 14C

Maymester enrollment totals 463 students; fate of PSA program no longer in question
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Subject: Maymester
Date: 6/27/1984
p. 3

Student enrollment in Maymester increases yearly; numbers up to 463
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Subject: Maymester
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 1B

Purdue Memorial Union to name 'Daily Winners'
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Subject: Purdue Memorial Union
Date: 1/11/1984
p. 11

Students not on meal plans may use food 'deals'
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Subject: Purdue Memorial Union
Date: 1/11/1984
p. 11

Data Day plan to dispel Union director's curiosity
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Subject: Purdue Memorial Union
Date: 2/15/1984
p. 3

Tournament [Union Recreation] offers variety of sports
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Subject: Purdue Memorial Union
Date: 2/24/1984
p. 2

An 'awful lot' of people use Stewart Center, Union
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Subject: Purdue Memorial Union
Date: 2/28/1984
p. 3

Co-Rec, Union remain open [snow recess]
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Subject: Purdue Memorial Union
Date: 2/29/1984
p. 4

Outstanding Student Employees (Photo)
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Subject: Purdue Memorial Union
Date: 4/16/1984
p. 9

Sweet talk [Riehle, Margerum] (Photo)
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Subject: Purdue Memorial Union
Date: 4/18/1984
p. 1

Purdue Memorial Union is 60 years old
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Subject: Purdue Memorial Union
Date: 6/22/1984
p. 5

'Furthering the spirit of Purdue' Union to celebrate anniversary (Photos)
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Subject: Purdue Memorial Union
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 1C

PMU anniversary celebration to include football pep rally
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Subject: Purdue Memorial Union
Date: 9/10/1984
p. 1

We're bringing a lot together to bring you togehter to celebrate our 60th anniversary
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Subject: Purdue Memorial Union
Date: 9/10/1984
p. 11

60th Anniversary Edition Purdue Memorial Union
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Subject: Purdue Memorial Union
Date: 9/10/1984
unpagged supplement

Competitors will 'eat it up' at annual ice cream contest
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Subject: Purdue Memorial Union
Date: 9/20/1984
p. 1

Sundae on Thursday [ice cream eating contest] (Photo)
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Subject: Purdue Memorial Union
Date: 9/21/1984
p. 3

Two IU, Purdue students to battle in Ice Crean Eat-off
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Subject: Purdue Memorial Union
Date: 11/16/1984
p. 3

Union's holiday decorations, 30-foot tree to go up today
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Subject: Purdue Memorial Union
Date: 11/27/1984
p. 1

PMO plans annual show (Photos)
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Subject: Purdue Memorial Union
Date: 11/30/1984
p. 3C

Individuals see suicide as way to solve problems
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Subject: Mental Health
Date: 3/1/1984
p. 9

Kaleidoscope: Stress
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Subject: Mental Health
Date: 11/9/1984
p. 9-16

Stress problem can be treated
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Mental Health
Date: 11/9/1984
p. 12

Secrets of relaxation beat stress: Counselor [J. Mead]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Mental Health
Date: 11/9/1984
p. 13

September's Midwest Triathlon to qualify winners for world championship Hawaiian Ironman Triathlon
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Midwest Triathlon
Date: 4/18/1984
p. 19

Saturday's Triathlon competition presents challenge to individuals (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Midwest Triathlon
Date: 9/6/1984
p. 24

Brazilian swimmer breaks tape in Saturday's Midwest Triathlon (Photos)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Midwest Triathlon
Date: 9/10/1984
p. 9

Mime: Creating images that aren't there
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Mime Shows
Date: 4/12/1984
p. 12

Mime group's silent spectacle parodies daily life situations
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Mime Shows
Date: 4/16/1984
p. 7

Purdue Red Brick Theatre to stage 'Mime Warp' skits
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Mime Shows
Date: 11/29/1984
p. 11

Purdue reps discuss minority problems
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Minorities
Date: 2/3/1984
p. 3

Black learning studied
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Minorities
Date: 2/7/1984
p. 1

Students discuss discrimination with assistant dean of students
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Minorities
Date: 2/13/1984
p. 5

Minority groups cite lack of representation
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Minorities
Date: 2/14/1984
p. 3

Minority students get research opportunity
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Minorities
Date: 7/25/1984
p. 3

Program [Soul Plus Magazine] relates minority needs to listeners
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Minorities
Date: 9/25/1984
p. 5

PSC support group helps minorities fit in
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Minorities
Date: 11/9/1984
p. 16

[Alvin] Poussaint to talk on black relationships (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Minorities
Date: 11/13/1984
p. 7

Miss Purdue to be named Friday at Loeb
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Miss Purdue
Date: 2/21/1984
p. 3

Judges crown junior as 1984 Miss Purdue
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Miss Purdue
Date: 2/27/1984
p. 10

The real thing? (Photo - D. Stocker)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Model Railroad Club
Date: 10/9/1984
p. 1

Organization donates plaque (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Mortar Board
Date: 11/8/1984
p. 3

Come sail away (photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Sailing Club
Date: 6/15/1984
p. 8

Proposal to begin Fall 1985 semeseter early encounters opposition in University Senate
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Schedules and Space
Date: 3/29/1984
p. 3

Break (editorial)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Schedules and Space
Date: 4/2/1984
p. 6

Spring winds down; summer semester lurks around the corner
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Schedules and Space
Date: 4/11/1984
p. 4

Purdue might eliminate Saturday classes
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Schedules and Space
Date: 4/27/1984
p. 1

PU students, Saturdays may not mix in future
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Schedules and Space
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 5A

Students still feel need for fall break
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Schedules and Space
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 10A

Saturday classes may be Purdue history
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Schedules and Space
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 4A

Offices to close for Labor Day; Purdue to hold classes as usual
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Schedules and Space
Date: 8/31/1984
p. 3

Labor (editorial)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Schedules and Space
Date: 9/3/1984
p. 6

Official '85 calendar' includes 'reading day' new finals wek schedule, no fall recess
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Schedules and Space
Date: 9/11/1984
p. 4

Class (editorial)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Schedules and Space
Date: 9/12/1984
p. 12

Moffit spends New Year's Eve in Houston [marching band]
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Music Organizations
Date: 1/11/1984
p. 3

Symphony orchestra offers academic credit
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Music Organizations
Date: 2/9/1984
p. 14

U.S. Air Force band to perform with singing sergrants tonight
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Music Organizations
Date: 3/23/1984
p. 24

Moffit to write Olympic tunes
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Musical Organizations
Date: 4/12/1984
p. 1

A fine performance [Symphony Band] (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Musical Organizations
Date: 4/23/1984
p. 3

[Concert Band] Evening Entertainment (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Musical Organizations
Date: 4/27/1984
p. 3

[Symphony] Stubbs teaches 'music isn't just playing notes'
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Musical Organizations
Date: 4/27/1984
p. 3

Glee CLub to give end of season show
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Musical Organizations
Date: 4/27/1984
p. 4

300 Purdue incoming freshmen to join University Bands in fall
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Musical Organizations
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 21D

University music department begins summer band program
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Musical Organizations
Date: 6/11/1984
p. 3

Goldusters grow to full-scale production
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Musical Organizations
Date: 8/22/1984
p. 6C

Music, fun both vital parts of PMO attraction
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Musical Organizations
Date: 8/23/1984
p. 12

American Music Review leader expects big year
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Musical Organizations
Date: 8/24/1984
p. 12

Auditions [American Music Review] (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Musical Organizations (PMO)
Date: 8/29/1984
p. 18

Big drum suffers head injury; not at 100 percent for game (Photo)
Publication: Exponent Newspapers
Subject: Musical Organizations (PMO)
Date: 9/5/1984
p. 1