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Miami University Hamilton rising senior Guan Lian and recent graduate Yanqi Xing both drowned in Jamestown, Ky., last weekend. Interim Director of University News and Communications Carole Johnson confirmed the identities and deaths of both men in an email to The Miami Student.
President Greg Crawford announced in a campus-wide email today that Miami is planning to welcome students back in the fall with changes to this semester’s structure.
Five Miami University students living off-campus have tested positive for the novel coronavirus according to an email from Dean of Students Kimberly Moore sent on May 22.
Summer scholarships for Miami University graduate assistants are on the line after a proposed reallocation of funds by Provost Jason Osborne. The potential elimination of the scholarship has put graduate assistants on edge.
This is “Thoughts from Quarantine,” a weekly series in which three of our editors will answer a variation of this simple question: “How are you feeling?” This week’s prompt is, “How are you feeling about your summer internship/job plans?
TOLEDO, Ohio — The automatic opening doors at Kroger’s entrance offered an inviting feeling of warmth compared to the cold outside. My brother, Kalen, and I dodged shopping carts making their way out the building.
Oxford is normally quiet without Miami University students on campus. But this time, it’s different.
Our managing editor-at-large and news editor have been talking a big game about crafting the perfect “hip-hop, R&B, soul/funk” playlist for months. Now with quarantine granting them more than a few additional hours, they took the time to compile some of their favorites.
Miami University President Greg Crawford announced in a university-wide email Wednesday that a member of the Miami community has tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced a state-wide stay-at-home order which will go into effect at 11:59 p.m. Monday night and end on April 6.
University President Greg Crawford announced the cancellation of this year’s commencement ceremony due to concerns of the spreading of the novel coronavirus in a university-wide email Friday, March 20.
Ohio bars and restaurants have closed their doors indefinitely.
Every year, a new wave of first-year students are invited into the realm of sisterhood. Through the four seemingly never-ending rounds of sorority rush, girls search for a place to call home. But this search does not end when they receive their bid.
Throughout history, many black students have experienced racial discrimination during their time on Miami University’s campus.
Michele Gaither Sparks, vice president and chief marketing and communications officer, is leaving Miami after almost two years with the university.
Assistant News Editors Tim Carlin and Briah Lumpkins discuss their thoughts while watching the Super Bowl LIV Pepsi Halftime Show. This conversation was edited for clarity.
Miami University professor Hillel Gray knows that empathizing with others who hold opposing views can be frustrating. Gray aims to close this gap by teaching his students firsthand how to empathize with some of the most controversial groups in the nation.
Miami University’s Department of Theater strikes again with a night full of quests, adventure and self-discovery in the production of ‘She Kills Monsters.’
Around 150 students gathered around and shouted back and forth with two street preachers at the corner of Spring Street and Maple Street this afternoon.
Tatum Moleski came back to school excited. She was ready for all that her senior year had to offer. Soon, she would be applying for grants and working on getting her research published once again.