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Miami sophomore Tenudi Genana is facing charges of disorderly conduct and endangering health or safety from the Office of Community Standards after posting about incidents of racism from two unnamed members of Miami’s chapter of the Alpha Phi sorority.
Community members addressed Oxford City Council on measures they want to see implemented in the city to address police brutality and community wellness at council’s most recent meeting.
Oxford City Councilor Jason Bracken posted a video of himself and two others confronting a man who allegedly called protesters ‘monkeys’ during an Oxford Black Lives Matter protest on June 4.
During the City Council’s June 2 meeting, many Oxford community members spoke out in support of the Black Lives Matter movement after the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
Oxford City Council passed a resolution giving $5,000 emergency small business loans to four local businesses at its May 19 meeting.
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced during his Thursday press briefing that bars and restaurants may begin opening as soon as May 15. The reopening will happen in two phases: outdoor seating and patio usage can begin May 15, and indoor dining can open May 21.
City Council unanimously passed a resolution condemning hate speech on Tuesday, May 5. The resolution, presented in part by councilor Chantel Raghu, was in response to racism council has seen in the Oxford community during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Oxford is following Ohio Governor Mike DeWine's plan to reopen, which began Monday, May 4. Phase one will include allowing manufacturing, distribution, general offices and construction to reopen.
With the semester almost over, Miami University senior Tori Lineweaver has decided to come back to Oxford.
News of the novel coronavirus circulated all over Tunisia where Miami University junior Elyse Legeay was studying as part of her study abroad experience.
Miami University President Greg Crawford announced in an email to faculty on April 18 that he and other senior university administrators will take a voluntary pay reduction beginning May 1 in an effort to support students during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Since the federal government passed the CARES Act — an economic stimulus package that would allow US citizens to qualify for up to $1,200 in federal aid — on March 26, millions of Americans have received checks with amounts dependent on their previous year’s income.
Miami University will receive $12.9 million from the federal government as part of the CARES Act, a novel coronavirus economic stimulus package. Half of those funds, about $6.5 million, must go directly to students.
Oxford City Council began hosting its meetings virtually on Thursday, April 9. This change may continue until after the stay-at-home order is lifted.
The Oxford City Council unanimously passed a resolution that would encourage the Area I Court of Butler County, located on High Street, to suspend evictions caused by the novel coronavirus for at least 60 days after the stay-at-home order is lifted.
Just past the winding turns of Melissa Drive in Oxford, a small red mailbox sits out in front of one of the homes. Inside, the custom-built mailbox is full of novels, children's books and an array of reading material.
Since students were asked to leave Miami University’s campus, the locally-owned food delivery service Oxford to You has taken a hit in sales revenue.
Sushi Nara, a popular Japanese restaurant in Oxford, has closed after its building was sold. The restaurant’s owner informed his employees of the closure Monday, April 6.
Oxford City Council, which broadcasted its March 17 meeting live, approved waiving all parking meter fees near uptown until further notice.
Miami University and the City of Oxford have partnered to renovate a Miami-owned building to create the Technology, Entrepreneurial, Creativity Hub (TECH). The project will be housed in a building currently used for storage on South Elm Street.