Wednesday, January 19, 2000

King events continue today

        • The Miami University Center for Black Culture and Learning's viewing of the documentary Eyes on the Prize, noon-1:30 p.m. today on the Oxford campus. A different installment of the documentary will be shown each day at noon through Friday.

        • Miami University's Remembrance and Reflections luncheon, noon today at the Wilks Conference Center on the Hamilton campus. The luncheon is free, but reservations required. 785-3024.

        • The College of Mount St. Joseph will have a video presentation at noon Thursday inside the Office of Multicultural Development, 5701 Delhi Road, Delhi Township.

        • Miami University Coffeehouse Showcase, 7 p.m. Thursday at Hall Auditorium on the Oxford campus. Students will offer poetry readings and performances of music and dance.

        • Miami University hosts Samuel Betances, 1 p.m. Friday at Hall Auditorium on the Oxford campus. Mr. Betances, a professor emeritus at Northeastern Illinois University, will deliver a speech titled “The Racial Legacies and Learning II: How to Talk About Race.”

National King Day coverage from Associated Press
Hear excerpts from King speeches

Tristate health little improved
Let's throw a party to rededicate the Fountain
More snow expected tonight
Taft to push teacher training
Ads waste $33 million, critics say
Reds 'ballpark figure' just that
Auditor-prosecutor fight now a federal case
Five bundles of joy arrive
Hyland stays in fight vs. Portune
Love passes on jury
Police, fire unions plan to battle city over 2% cuts
Bill would abolish car tailpipe test
Queen City's moments to shine reflected in book
Tax credit for non-public school kids revisited in Ky.
Trauma-care system draws interest, support
- King events continue today
Mercantile movin' on up
'ER' undergoes surgery for post-Clooney slump
'Felicity' star's new do doesn't work
Fighting fibromyalgia
'The Woolgatherer' a riveting production
Bill would cut EMTs' retraining
Brookville man dies in house fire
Coroner's reports cloud Sheppard case
Educators want to improve future teachers
Fairfield's school chief has 15 goals for 5 years
GOP challenger unqualified for Kenton court clerk's job
Ind. suspect jumps to his death
Indiana council member apologizes for racial slur
Methadone clinic foes state case
Road renamed 'Tim Couch Pass'
School districts resolve boundary dispute
Sound off on road connection
Storied Calumet focus of trial
Townships' leaders brought together