The RedHawks dominated Wilberforce Monday at Millett Hall.
Amid the bright lights and dazzling dresses of the Miss America pageant, each contestant showcased a unique talent. Miss Missouri twirled a sparkling baton, Miss Oklahoma strutted her stuff with a jazzy dance number and the pageant’s winner, Camille Schrier from Virginia, blasted colorful foam from giant glass beakers in an extravagant experiment. Caroline Grace Williams, Miss Ohio and a Miami University alumna and current employee, brought a piece of Miami into the talent portion of her performance.
The RedHawks rode hot second-half shooting for a 71-55 victory over Bradley Saturday at Millett Hall.
For the first time since 2010, the Miami RedHawks won the Mid-American Conference Championship last Saturday — though their journey was anything but straightforward. It featured blowout losses, “knock-down, drag-out fights,” underdog moments, surprises and growth. These four storylines defined Miami’s 2019 season.
Tyler Glowaski, one of the Delta Tau Delta (Delts) fraternity brothers charged with assault and hazing, was sentenced to 30 days in jail and $250 fine. But visiting Judge Thomas Hanna suspended Glowaski's 30-day sentence, meaning the former Delt will serve no jail time.
Miami learned its bowl-game opponent and destination Sunday.
In this series, Style Editor Nina Franco and senior Amy Kuptz help our Editor-in-Chief Samantha Brunn clean out and update her wardrobe. Amy runs her own business, Get Dressed with Amy, in which she curates style guides for her clients based on their needs. This episode, we wrap up with Nina, Samantha and Amy talking about their reflections on the series and what it's been like for Samantha to wear some new clothes.
Miami beats Central Michigan to claim first conference championship since 2010.
There’s something to be said about being underestimated, underappreciated and gritty.
This week, Ben Deeter sits down with News Editor Rachel Berry to discuss why more Miami students have reported being sexually assaulted this semester than in any other in recent memory.
In early December two years ago, I was waiting to hear back from the Office of Student Ethics and Conflict Resolution (OESCR) about the results of my sexual assault investigation. I reported an incident from my sophomore year. I didn’t know if reporting was the right thing to do, because while the incident met one of the standard definitions of sexual assault (“unwanted sexual” contact), it wasn’t rape. It took me awhile to realize maybe I had been assaulted, and much longer to stop hanging out with the guy I reported. But my friends and Title IX office employees assured me the incident was worth reporting, and I did. The guy was found “not responsible” of violating the Student Code of Conduct, meaning a panel of OESCR judges believed what happened was consensual.
Miami players and coaches chalked up their 76-54 Tuesday loss to Northern Kentucky as just one of those nights where nothing seemed to go right.
Martin said the loss, despite its timing, will be treated like any other.