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Meemaw’s creamed chicken: Reviving a legacy

(03/10/20 9:00am)

Last Christmas, my mom gave each of her children a family cookbook. It’s nothing fancy — recipes made by aunts and uncles and grandparents and my mom, herself, printed out and bound in one of those plastic report covers. There are no culinary masterpieces in there; it’s mostly party foods, soups and casseroles, cheap comfort food that sticks to your ribs.

Hazing survivor wants to be voice for others: 10 former Delts sentenced, but most avoid jail time

(02/26/20 12:01am)

Tyler Perino stood between his parents, Randy and Laura, while facing the judge in the Oxford Courthouse. A few rows behind him sat several former members of the Delta Tau Delta (Delts) fraternity, and just a few feet to his right stood another: Joshua Plaster, who had just pled guilty to hazing him. 

Miami makes wide-ranging changes to the Code of Student Conduct

(05/07/19 9:00am)

On April 25, the Miami University Student Life Council approved changes to the Code of Student Conduct that will go into effect at the start of the 2019-20 academic year. These changes will affect what counts as prohibited conduct, punishments for certain violations and how disciplinary procedures are conducted.

Miami to make institution-wide budget cuts and reallocations

(04/02/19 9:00am)

For the first time since the aftermath of the 2008 recession, Miami University is cutting funding for certain academic programs, administrative overhead, athletic programs, building operations and services related to student life on campus. The academic funding will be reallocated to "high priority programs." These cuts will be implemented across all university divisions and campuses for the next five years.