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When he got the call, Perry Gordon was walking down Oak Street, braving the cold winter weather to write parking tickets on Miami University's campus. This wasn’t typically part of his job as the director of parking and transportation services, a position he had held since September 2007. That day, though — Thursday, Jan. 28, 2010 — was a slow one.
Students will have fewer ASG elections to worry about this year.
Miami University President Greg Crawford named Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine the Spring 2020 Commencement speaker. DeWine is a 1969 Miami graduate who was elected as Ohio’s governor in 2018.
Cold medicine, bandages and cremes line the shelves in the pharmacy section of Walmart, but one row remains empty. Where the masks usually reside sits a taped sign: “We do not have any face masks. Sorry for the inconvenience!” An identical bright orange message is posted on the pharmacy window.
Almost two weeks ago, Miami University announced the elimination of 39 staff positions across all campuses due to budget reallocations. This isn’t the first time measures like this have been taken.
Thirty-nine Miami University employees will lose their jobs by July 1, as the university expedites its previously planned budget cuts and reallocations.
Tyler Glowaski, one of the Delta Tau Delta (Delts) fraternity brothers charged with assault and hazing, was sentenced to 30 days in jail and $250 fine.
More Miami University students have reported being sexually assaulted in the last three months than in any other semester in recent history.
Armstrong Student Center and Pulley Diner will remain open for 24 hours a day during finals week.
Former Ohio Governor John Kasich may have run as a Republican, but that isn’t the main way he chooses to identify himself.
Miami University employees’ salaries range more than half a million dollars from the highest paid to the lowest.
Students circled around the seal, the candles in their hands illuminating their faces against the dark November night. The mood was somber, some people looking at the ground and others hugging their friends in acknowledgment of those they gathered to remember.
Wei Deng woke up each morning last spring to go to his 8:30 a.m. class. He sat among other Miami University students learning about international politics. After the course ended at about 10 a.m., he was done with classes, but his day was only just beginning.
A former assistant professor is suing Miami University for discrimination after she was denied tenure and access to laboratory equipment.
Fifteen former Miami University Delta Tau Delta (Delts) fraternity brothers stood before a judge for the first time Tuesday morning in relation to last semester’s hazing incident.
A thwaping sound fills the gym as racket after racket propels a small, white object over the net. On the intermediate court at the far end of the room, the players move with speed and agility, their shoes squeaking against the floor as they race to hit hard-to-reach serves.
Miami University will introduce the Menard Family Center for Democracy in spring 2020. The center is funded by the Charles Koch Foundation and the Menard Family, two conservative donors with a history of influence on college campuses across the country.
Miami University’s Associated Student Government (ASG) failed to impeach an on-campus senator at its meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 29.
At least two Associated Student Government (ASG) cabinet members received emails offering scholarships and mentorship from the Campus Leadership Project (CLP), a mentorship program for student leaders and subset of Turning Point USA, a conservative nonprofit group.
Nicholas Shaw, a first-year student who started at Miami University this fall, served a six-day jail sentence in July 2019 after he was found guilty in relation to sexually assaulting a young woman last year.