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Miami University ranks second-best among Ohio universities for the salaries of alumni with bachelor’s degrees in the first year after graduation, according to a recent list released by GradReports, which analyzes data collected by the U.S. Department of Education.
I own a cookbook entitled “How To Cook Everything.” That may sound like an ambitious claim, but based on the size and weight of this thing, I’m somewhat inclined to believe it.
What’s a household to do on another long quarantined day when TV, video games and Uno just aren’t cutting it anymore?
A cranberry sauce manifesto
Miami University is facing a $67 million reduction from the 2021 fiscal year’s original budget, including a $33 million net loss, according to the revised budget approved by the Board of Trustees at its Sept. 25 meeting.
Miami University has extended its confirmation deadline for incoming students to June 1 in response to challenges caused by the novel coronavirus pandemic and lower than average admission numbers, especially among international students.
This week, we’re introducing a new series called, “Thoughts from Quarantine.” Every week, 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 the differences between your previously normal routine and new reality?”
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.
Miami University’s leadership has begun to plan out potential novel coronavirus outbreak procedures, as the threat of the virus continues to mount across the country and the world, with three confirmed cases in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, as of Monday, March 9.
Miami University students studying abroad in South Korea and Italy have been urged by the university to return to the U.S. as soon as possible, following an announcement by the Trump administration on Saturday that all non-essential travel to South Korea and Italy has been restricted.
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.
The interior of the Southwest Ohio Regional Depository (SWORD) is as quiet as a cathedral and cool as a cave. It’s climate controlled, kept between 58 and 65 degrees and at 40 to 50 percent humidity to protect its contents. It has the look of a warehouse, with rows and rows of 30-foot shelves towering above anyone who walks in.
Chief Douglas Lankford of the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma took the stage of the tribe’s newly renovated Council House and called for two people to join him: Myrtis Powell and Bobbe Burke.
A biology professor who was suspended and almost fired for having a hallucinogenic-producing plant in a university greenhouse has been fully reinstated.
It began in Slovenia.
Miami University student Cameron Wallace, is waiting while the Butler County grand jury decides whether they will charge him with a felony.
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.
I'm not sure who I met first: Helen McHenry or Harry Potter. In my mind, the two are irrevocably intertwined.
At least four signs promoting a white supremacist organization have been found posted across Miami University's campus since Friday, April 5.
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.