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The Oxford Police Department (OPD) issued six civil citations to Miami University students for violation of Oxford’s mass gathering ban on Sept. 5. At least five of the cited students were under quarantine protocols for COVID-19 at the time of the incident.
The Miami University Police Department (MUPD) has changed the wording on its sexual assault safety bulletins to include anti-victim blaming language.
As the Talawanda School District (TSD) geared up for a virtual start to the school year on Monday, Aug. 24, students and parents were hopeful for a speedy return to normalcy.
Michael Crowder, the current chair of Miami University’s Chemistry and Biochemistry Department, has been named the new associate provost and dean of the graduate school effective July 1.
Some seniors at Miami University are concerned they won’t fulfill their graduation requirements as classes have gone remote until the end of the semester.
Marek Dollár, dean of Miami University’s College of Engineering and Computing (CEC), will step down from his position on July 31, 2020.
Local places of worship are taking vastly different approaches to maintain security within their walls. While some worship spaces have implemented a variety of intense security measures, others offer little to no protection.
Miami University may not be prioritizing enrolling low-income students who receive federal aid, according to two reports released this year.
All pledging activities at Miami University’s Alpha Sigma Phi (Alpha Sig) fraternity have been suspended.
As Shaoyang Zhou walked through Armstrong Student Center to class last Tuesday, he knew people were watching him. Some stopped and stared, but this was exactly the reaction he was hoping for.
Miami University’s Associated Student Government (ASG) is working with the Student Success Center (SSC) to facilitate a swipe donation pilot program for students to give their extra food swipes to students in need.
Miami University’s Associated Student Government (ASG) wants to implement angel shots at Uptown bars to increase student safety. Angel shots are used at bars as a code for people who feel uncomfortable on a date or are in an unsafe situation to signal discreetly that they need help from the bartender.
Nine adults stood outside protesting in the rain, holding umbrellas in one hand and signs in the other as they gathered in front of the Oxford Courthouse to protest animal abuse.
Every Saturday, 68-year-old Evie Semertzides stands behind her table anxiously waiting to sell her home-grown olive oil and balsamic vinaigrette at the Oxford Farmers Market.
The Oxford Police Department (OPD) has identified the man who shot a 17-year-old on Sunday, Oct. 6.
A 17-year-old boy was targeted in a shooting at a car wash in Oxford on Sunday, Oct. 6, said Lara Fening, an Oxford Police Department (OPD) Lieutenant.
This semester, the Miami University Police Department (MUPD) fully implemented a new parking pass system, called License Plate Recognition (LPR), which replaces physical parking passes with license plate scanning technology.
Four more sexual assaults were reported to Oxford and Miami police, bringing the total number of incidents reported this semester to 11. During the first month of 2018-2019 school year only six sexual assaults were reported.
The Miami University Police Department (MUPD) has fully implemented a new parking pass system on campus, replacing physical passes with a license plate scanning technology.
Dough-Versity Donuts has permanently closed after being open for less than one year.