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‘I wouldn’t have envisioned this’: Miami alum shows that anything is possible

(05/25/23 2:00pm)

Shefali Razdan Duggal is very familiar with the 15-minute walk from South Quad to Academic Quad at Miami University. She was typically seen leaving her dorm room in Tappan Hall early to catch her 8:30 a.m. political science class in Harrison Hall. Yet, when sitting in the seats hundreds of students sat in before her, she had no idea where her political aspirations would take her.

‘This was the perfect place for me to find myself’: The student who loves learning finds value in the unknown

(05/08/23 12:00pm)

For Aiyana White’s whole life, she knew one thing for certain: She would go to college. Throughout her academic career, she focused on getting the perfect grades, taking the hardest classes and perfecting her college application. 

Chief of Police for the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma discusses challenges policing with overlapping jurisdictions

(04/10/23 5:07am)

On April 3, Abel Stose, the Chief of Police for the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma, visited Miami University’s Hamilton campus and hosted a virtual lecture about the history of the Miami Tribe and problems police officers are facing today.

Hazing reports remain constant one year after Miami University implements educational training

(04/06/23 4:00pm)

One year ago, Miami University started to phase in educational training for new students on hazing prevention. This year was the first Greek Life recruitment experience with the implemented training. Despite its purpose, it had little effect on the number of investigations into hazing claims.

‘They’re choosing money over us’: Talawanda School District prepares for budget cuts

(02/02/23 5:00pm)

Brianna Johnson has been a student in the Talawanda School District (TSD) since preschool. During that time, she has challenged herself academically through Advanced Placement (AP) classes, played a variety of sports like cheer and track and field and participated in many student organizations such as National Honor Society.