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Godwin Agaba was born and raised in Uganda and had a dream of becoming a recognized journalist. After undergoing a long process of immigrating to the United States, applying to Miami University and becoming a naturalized citizen at the 42-years old, Agaba said his dream is that much closer to becoming realized.
With restrictions on bars and large group gatherings still in place in Oxford, many locals and students are resorting to throwing house parties and causing property damage as a result.
After serving 17 years and being deployed to three tours in the United States Marine Corps, 40-year old sophomore nursing major Ray Fitzpatrick traded in his military garb for nursing scrubs to help administer over 1,300 COVID-19 vaccines to the Miami University community.
Former Oxford resident Matt Johnson said he was having a mundane day looking for housing in Mount Pleasant, Mich. for his new assistant professor job at Central Michigan University (CMU). That is, until his real estate agent told him he would fit right in with the rest of the townies.
Reporters from The Miami Student took home nine first-place and five finalist awards for journalism work in the Mark of Excellence (MOE) regional competition. In total, 15 Student reporters won recognition.
As early as their senior year in high school, incoming Miami University students participating in university Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) programs have the option to compete for scholarships to help pay for university costs.
Armenian news outlets have thanked Oxford City Council for recognizing Artsakh, a small disputed region in Eastern Europe between the countries of Armenia and Azerbaijan. But there’s just one problem: City Council didn’t officially recognize the region.
With Miami University announcing a mostly in-person fall semester, some students are resorting to Facebook groups to find housing for the 2021-2022 school year.
President Joe Biden signed an executive order on March 8, ordering the Secretary of Education to review changes made to the Title IX process under the Trump administration. Miami University students and administration await this review in hope for more protection for sexual assault survivors.
Texans in need of clean water may soon be opening water bottles collected by the Oxford Baptist Church.
Some anonymous Miami University fraternity and sorority members say parties as large as 200 people have been thrown in basements of fraternity houses in an attempt to avoid mass gathering penalties.
Miami University’s Hamilton campus has the best 40-year return on investment among public schools who primarily issue bachelor’s degrees, according to a study from Georgetown University and Stacker.
Miami University plans on funding a $20,000 research analysis with the possibility of adding a solar power field to the Oxford campus in the near future.
Students wanting to take their first legal sip of alcohol for their 21st birthday in one of Oxford’s uptown bars may have to wait just a bit longer this year.
Weimiao Sun doesn't sleep at night.
Did you know that Ohio University (OU) students frequently use an explicit phrase targeted toward Miami University? Did you also know that Miami students seemingly don’t care?
Approximately 14,500 Miami University students are living in Oxford this semester, undercutting population estimates many university officials were expecting.
Since May, a team of less than 100 Miami University public health students, faculty and staff have been working as contact tracers in an effort to help inform, educate and support those who tested positive for COVID-19 across Butler County.
Miami University's residence hall occupancy isn’t expected to rise drastically this upcoming semester, and resident assistants (RAs) plan on enforcing COVID-19 policies just as they did in the fall.
As COVID-19 cases in Butler County continue to surge, the City of Oxford is partnering with TriHealth to offer free COVID-19 testing in an effort to help the community.