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Miami University students have been plagued over the past week with rumors of break-ins, stalkers and violence. Some women have armed themselves with pepper spray, pocket knives and other methods of staying safe.
While much of the world waited with bated breath for the verdict to be read in the trial of Derek Chauvin, Miami University Student Body President Jannie Kamara was in class presenting her capstone project on Black women activists.
Mary's daughter, Sherri Berger (above), decided to open Mary's Plant farm for one more year: the farms 45th anniversary.
The journalism program is undergoing two new changes according to an email sent to the Media, Journalism and Film (MJF) department from Senior Lecturer Patricia Gallagher Newberry, area coordinator for the journalism program.
Miami University gave eligible students up to $1,500 in federal aid beginning Monday, March 29. Funds came from the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA). Miami was allocated just less than 6.5 million dollars in total.
I first started watching “Dance Moms” when I was about 12 years old. I wasn’t much older than most of the girls featured on the show. It wasn’t long before I shared the show with my own mom.
With all that’s going on with the national political stage, it’s easy to get swept up in theoretical debates about party lines and issues of international importance. But what happens in the White House rarely affects people's day-to-day lives.
After the killing of George Floyd and the rise of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) protests over the summer, universities across the U.S. began increasing diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) efforts.
As winter begins to disappear, many find themselves with a familiar craving: Girl Scout cookies. But this year, Girl Scouts have found new challenges in trying to meet the community’s craving for cookies.
As Black History Month comes to a close, Miami University published two virtual renaming ceremonies honoring its own Black history.
Miami University’s preppy reputation is no secret to anyone, but financial and anecdotal evidence shows that sentiment has contributed to a lasting impact on the university’s socioeconomic diversity.