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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.
My mom was born in the heart of Louisiana: New Orleans.
Students may soon have a new way to get to Oxford. The City of Oxford, in partnership with Miami University, has moved forward in creating an Amtrak station in the city.
The credit/no credit deadline has been extended to April 1, but students still cannot take any required classes for their major or minor as credit/no credit.
Among the typical city purchases and development plans, Oxford City Council heard an unusual request with international ties at its last meeting. The resolution in question concerned the sovereignty of a small district in Eastern Europe.
Oxford City Council discussed a new project that would add community gardens to Merry Day Park, off College Corner Pike, during its Jan. 19 meeting. The project was proposed by Oxford’s Environmental Commission.
Behind the Oxford Community Arts Center (OCAC), there’s a transformation waiting to take place. As soon as the sun sets, what was once a quiet garden becomes illuminated with winter lights and local artwork.
Miami University officials wrote in an email to faculty that Miami’s academic community is expected to return to in-person learning no later than fall 2021. The email, sent Tuesday, Dec. 15 by Miami’s Crisis Management Team, said the return to face-to-face learning may come as early as summer 2021.
In a four to three vote, Oxford city councilors passed a resolution that would research the ways in which police respond to social and behavioral health issues. The resolution was passed despite Black Lives Matter (BLM) Oxford’s request for a task force.
Miami University came under fire late Wednesday night after its Instagram account, @miamiuniversity, liked a comment in support of the Proud Boys that also contained offensive language.