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On Wednesday, Dec. 6, the Ohio House of Representatives Higher Education Committee voted to pass the Ohio Higher Education Enhancement Act, also known as Senate Bill 83 (S.B. 83) in an 8-7 vote. The bill will go to the entire state House for a vote. If it passes there, it will head to Governor Mike DeWine’s desk for final approval.
On Nov. 19, Lee Fisher woke up and enjoyed a cup of coffee on his back porch at the Knolls of Oxford retirement community. As he enjoyed the peacefulness of his Sunday morning before church, he noticed a sweat bee buzzing around his mug, attracted to the sweetener.
On Thursday, customers at Miami University’s Shriver Center Starbucks snaked around the interior of the café as they waited to get their free reusable red holiday cup.
As the sun set Thursday night, Miami University students and Oxford residents gathered outside Armstrong Student Center waving Palestinian flags. Members of the crowd held signs of support, handed out flyers with information on the attacks in Gaza and the Israel-controlled West Bank and provided information on how to call members of Congress.
On Tuesday, Oxford residents and Miami University students headed to the polls to cast their ballots on statewide issues and local races, contributing to Butler County’s nearly 46% reported voter turnout.
On Wednesday, faculty, students and staff gathered in the east wing of the Armstrong Student Center at Miami University, eager yet hesitant to learn about the current and future landscape of artificial intelligence (AI).
On Saturday, Oct. 7, the Palestinian militant group Hamas fired a series of missiles and led a ground incursion into southern Israel, killing hundreds and taking roughly 200 civilians hostage.
As a child, Michael Crowder remembers celebrating holidays in southern Virginia fondly.
On Wednesday, students silently stood outside Armstrong Student Center at Miami University, holding Palestinian flags and signs that read, “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free.”
In January 2020, Russia's President Vladimir Putin proposed an amendment that was later ratified to secure his executive power until 2036.
When Austin Pawar woke up on Monday, he thought his day would be like any other, but when he went home later that night, he returned as a registered voter.
Come Jan. 1, Oxford residents could see a significant increase in their property tax bills. The county auditor wants to ease the financial burden for residents, but not without a cost.
Some people in Oxford are born townies; others become one.
In April, Clara Conover and Annika Kuretsky stood in the rotunda of the Ohio Statehouse for more than six hours, surrounded by hundreds of university students, faculty, staff and educational stakeholders to testify on the state’s Senate Bill 83 (S.B. 83).
In 2006, David Hodge began his tenure as the 21st president of Miami University, where he worked to create the Myaamia Center, oversaw the construction of the Armstrong Student Center, led Miami’s geothermal efforts for sustainability, launched a $100 million campaign to increase student scholarships and more. Although Hodge retired in 2016, his accomplishments will now receive permanent recognition on Western Campus.
A local man filed a motion to amend the judgment after his lawsuit against the City of Oxford for COVID-19 policies was dismissed two weeks prior.
Two years ago, Spencer Mandzak attended an ice cream social for Miami University’s office of ASPIRE and shook hands with the university’s President Greg Crawford. That simple gesture confirmed to Mandzak that he was in the right place.
This story contains mentions of gun violence.
National Hispanic Heritage Month kicks off on Friday, Sept. 15, and is celebrated through Sunday, Oct. 15, honoring the contributions and influences of Hispanic Americans to the culture and achievements of the U.S.
Four Miami University departments under Academic Affairs will see reduced staffing at the start of the spring 2024 semester as the university navigates budgetary challenges.