This fall, as I settled into a routine that mostly involved going to class and then burrowing into my bed for several hours, I began to crave a sense of this adventure. Then, Atria Books (a Simon & Schuster imprint) sent me an advanced reader copy of “The Cloisters,” Katy Hays’ debut novel, and I found exactly what I was looking for.
The Bahamas bowl, the first game of the 2022 bowl season, was incredibly entertaining. Miami’s defense had a great first half, but couldn’t do much to stop UAB in the second. The Miami offense wasn’t great, but it was two yards or a couple of made kicks short of good enough.
The Talawanda School Board members passed budget reductions proposed by superintendent Ed Theroux at its meeting on Dec. 15. The board hopes to help save money and boost revenue for the Talawanda School District.
Miami administration and faculty headed to Columbus on Dec. 12 & 13 to make arguments for which full-time faculty should be allowed to participate in the union. A date will not be set for Miami faculty to vote on the union until a decision is made.
On Dec. 6, more than 15 members attended the city council’s first December meeting, despite the dark, stormy weather outside that night.
An Oxford resident has filed a lawsuit against the City of Oxford and its officials for an ordinance passed and enforced during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jeanette Altarriba, one of the finalists for Miami University’s provost search, participated in an open forum on Dec. 2.
Some people are mushroom-haters, and that’s okay. But I’m proud to say that this recipe, a Carla Hall original in collaboration with plant-based brand Califia, turned at least a few of the more anti-fungi The Miami Student staff members into, at the very least, tolerators of the ‘shroom.
The Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion at Miami University has been busy this past semester, increasing diversity, equity and inclusion efforts across campus.
I suspect many people of my generation haven’t come to appreciate the beauty of Frank Capra’s 1946 Christmas film, "It's a Wonderful Life."
Miami University and Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS) announced the expansion of their partnership within the Transformative Educators Advocating Change (TEACh) Cincinnati program this fall. The program addresses the teacher shortage within CPS and nationwide, while also contributing to the growth and development of student education.
For me, some of the food at Ohana Island Grill brings a lot of nostalgia. For you, maybe it’ll bring the opportunity to try something new and different, an opportunity I’d suggest taking.
The metaverse is a series of interconnected virtual environments which users can explore through their avatars. Miami University student Blake Faulkner is capitalizing on this technology by enabling others to do what they love through his company, Bloxsmith.
Mystery still surrounds the long-term effects of COVID-19; however, new research shows brain fog, or COVID brain, is a common symptom that might affect students' performance in school.
In this episode your host, Babs Dwyer, speaks with Miami University Art Curator, Jason Shaiman, about all sorts of topics from what his work day to day looks like to how you can get more involved with The Miami Art Museum.