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Despite having one of the most memorable film careers in Hollywood and 14 Academy Award nominations, Steven Spielberg has won just three Oscars, with only one of them being for Best Director. With his latest film “The Fabelmans,” the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences would have to be — put bluntly — stupid not to give him at least one more win.
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Lynn Okagaki, a finalist in the search for Miami University’s new provost, met with members of Miami’s Oxford campus in an open forum to answer questions on Friday, Nov. 18.
The Oxford Planning Commission held a public open house, the third of its kind, on Nov. 16, inviting community members to Talawanda Middle School to share feedback for the Oxford Tomorrow comprehensive plan for the city.
As part of the search for Miami University’s new provost, each of the four candidates are participating in open forums to answer questions from the Miami community.
“Weird Al” was the first artist I ever knew.
The three Miami University students who trespassed onto Miami Hillel’s property and knocked over a religious hut have accepted guilty pleas for the crime.
Oxford City Council jumped right into its Nov. 15 meeting, which featured four budget-related second-reading ordinances.
After a months-long search, Miami University has announced four finalists for Provost. Finalists include Elizabeth Mullenix, Lynn Okagaki, Karin Ruhlandt and Jeanette Altarriba.
On Nov. 1, America celebrated National Calzone Day.
When Hannah Lefkowitz, a senior social work major, was exposed to COVID-19 and had to isolate during Passover her sophomore year, she didn’t know how she would celebrate. Lefkowitz’s mom posted a message on Miami University’s parents Facebook page asking for help so her daughter could still celebrate the Jewish holiday.
When Megan Kridli, a transgender student at Miami University, wanted her Miami account to better reflect her identity, she discovered she would have to delete her old UniqueID and create a new one, which would erase data stored on her old ID.
After starting a revolution, the Miami University Marching Band (MUMB) is on its way to New Orleans.
Mayor William Snavely began Oxford City Council’s meeting on Nov. 1 with two proclamations.
In 1972, Forest Olds, then chief of the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma, visited Miami University, laying the grounds for a relationship with the name-sharing university. This year, the tribe and university’s relationship turned 50, and the partnership has grown since Olds’ visit to include a dedicated center at the university.
At roughly 2 a.m. on Oct. 15, three Miami University students jumped Miami’s Hillel center’s fence at 11 E Walnut St and toppled a sukkah, destroying the inside. The three individuals have since come forward claiming responsibility.
Although his newest character is an anti-hero, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson might just have what it takes to save Warner Bros. (WB) with “Black Adam.”
At the beginning of the Oxford City Council meeting on Oct. 18, Mayor William Snavely began by proclaiming Oct. 25 as Caroline Scott Harrison Day for the 2022 year. Harrison was born in Oxford, and her father taught at Miami University.
On Aug. 24, President Joe Biden announced that the Department of Education would be giving up to $20,000 in student loan forgiveness to some borrowers. Applications for the relief are now open.
On March 17, almost a thousand faculty members were invited to take an anonymous survey to assess then-Provost Jason Osborne’s three-year tenure at Miami University.
This year’s general election is approaching quickly, with the polls opening Nov. 8. Here’s what’s on the ballot in Oxford.