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Inside Oxford Spirits, a throng of students eager to stock up on alcohol wrapped around the liquor store and out the door. Viral videos on social media captured students laughing while clutching six-packs of Corona.
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.
The second floor of the Best Western Sycamore Inn, located at the edge of Oxford’s Mile Square, is shuttered. Fridges, microwaves and air conditioning units have been unplugged. Subscriptions to newspapers normally found outside of guests’ doorways have been canceled. The hallways are dark.
A week ago, I sat in my swivel chair in The Miami Student office, editing articles, cracking jokes with fellow editors and eating sour-flavored gummy worms from Emporium. My biggest concern was how I would manage to find the willpower to attend my 11:40 a.m. class the following morning.
Miami University will conduct classes online through the end of spring semester and is asking students to leave campus promptly.
Miami University will be conducting online classes through the end of spring semester, according to a university-wide email from University President Greg Crawford — making Miami the fourth public university in Ohio, following Kent State University, OSU and University of Toledo, to make the call amid growing concerns over the spread of the novel coronavirus.
At 7:40 a.m. on Wednesday, a female student at Middletown Middle School responded to an auto-generated text from the district's student wellness center, reminding her of her appointment with the center, with a “threatened act of violence.”
I sat at my kitchen table over J-term watching, with increasing bemusement, as my younger brother and sister perfected their version of the “Say So” Doja Cat dance at the opposite end of the kitchen.
A week before students returned to campus, Miami University’s Institutional Response Team began to formulate plans with the Butler County Health District and Ohio Department of Health in case of a possible outbreak of the coronavirus.
Following reports that two Miami University students are suspected to have the coronavirus after traveling in China over J-term, the university held a joint press conference with the Butler County General Health District and the Ohio Department of Health to address concerns.
There are two suspected cases of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus in Oxford. The two students are living off-campus in isolation until their test results return.
“You need to do some meditation and realize you have to let people care for you,” one of my housemates texted me recently.
TASTEFUL SIDE BOOB, Theta Mu Sigma Annex — Second year Joan McCormick did not know what she was getting herself into when she agreed to tag along to the premier Halloweekend party at Theta Mu Sigma (Theta Mu) last Thursday.
I do not consider myself much of a cook.
Eighteen current and former Miami University students and former brothers of the Delta Tau Delta (Delts) fraternity have been charged with a total of 68 counts of misdemeanor assault and hazing. The charges come one month after Miami suspended the fraternity for repeatedly assaulting a new member last spring during a fraternity brother Big/Little Reveal event.
They called him “Red Lightning” in college.
Cameron Wallace, Miami University junior and former Alpha Sigma Phi (Alpha Sig) fraternity member, plead not guilty Thursday to charges of aggravated menacing in Butler County Area I court at the Oxford Courthouse.
Last week, former Miami University associate professor Kevin Armitage changed his "not guilty" plea to "guilty" five days before his trial was scheduled to begin. Armitage admitted that he tried to hire a 14-year-old sex trafficked girl named Crystal in exchange for $100 and a milkshake for the girl's cousin -- who turned out to be a federal agent posing as a pimp on a sex trafficking website.
"I will always be proudest of the moment when I found the courage to stand up and shout we must stop this! without thinking of the personal consequences. It is my eternal wish that all the missing art treasures will be recovered and that they will be available for the whole world to see."
I slammed the side door to my house shut, and began my weekly Wednesday jog to art history. I glanced down at my phone and noticed the time: 10:02.