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A new state-funded center focused on American constitutional ideas and traditions will soon make its appearance at Miami University as an independent academic unit in the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS).
On Aug. 22, BaShaun Smith sat in a virtually empty office in Warfield Hall at Miami University, with his new home in Oxford just as empty. He guessed he had only unpacked three boxes so far.
More than 170 seniors graduated from Jackson High School in May, but only two students decided to continue their academic journey at Miami University: longtime friends Miah King and Kylan Bowman.
Mentally and emotionally navigating college can be difficult for any student, especially if it's their first year, so geographically navigating the campus shouldn’t be hard. Luckily for Miami University students, both the university and the city of Oxford provide resources to get them where they need to go.
A judge has granted a partial motion to dismiss in the wrongful death lawsuit brought forth by Adriene Knight, the widow of a Miami University assistant provost.
About 10 years ago, in the basement of the Momany household, sat one of my most prized possessions: my Barbie Dreamhouse.
On Wednesday, the Ohio Senate passed a bill that would create “intellectual diversity” centers at five Ohio universities, including Miami University, but Miami wasn’t included until hours before the vote.
The vote for unionization of Miami University’s librarians unanimously passed and will be recognized by the State Employment Relations Board (SERB).
Shefali Razdan Duggal is very familiar with the 15-minute walk from South Quad to Academic Quad at Miami University. She was typically seen leaving her dorm room in Tappan Hall early to catch her 8:30 a.m. political science class in Harrison Hall. Yet, when sitting in the seats hundreds of students sat in before her, she had no idea where her political aspirations would take her.
After five years as associate vice president for Student Life and dean of students, Kimberly Moore is leaving Miami University. Her last day will be June 2.
The vote for Miami University’s proposed faculty union, the Faculty Alliance of Miami (FAM), has passed and will be recognized by the Ohio State Employment Relations Board (SERB).
On May 8, the League of Women Voters of Oxford (LWV) hosted a virtual panel discussion with representatives from the Talawanda School District (TSD) to discuss budgetary constraints and associated cuts to the district.
Miami University has filed a motion to dismiss the wrongful death lawsuit brought forth by Adriene Knight, the widow of a Miami assistant provost, claiming “there is no causal relation.”
Content warning: This story contains mentions of sexual assault.
For Aiyana White’s whole life, she knew one thing for certain: She would go to college. Throughout her academic career, she focused on getting the perfect grades, taking the hardest classes and perfecting her college application.
When Remy Allen was a senior in high school, they went viral, and their life changed forever.
Daria Poprotska abruptly woke up at 5 a.m. to the deafening sounds of explosions. It was February 2022, and although she wasn’t expecting the bombs, it wasn’t an unfamiliar sound.
Chants of “S.B. 83 bans my degree” echoed outside Miami University’s Armstrong Student Center on Monday as students, faculty and staff waved signs, passed out flyers and called state senators to protest Ohio’s Senate Bill 83 (S.B. 83) and House Bill 151 (H.B. 151).
Content warning: This story contains mentions of suicide and death.
At Oxford City Council’s April 18 meeting, Mayor William Snavely announced three proclamations and passed an amendment to the city’s towing ordinance. The council also honored Joe Newlin, the city’s finance director.