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Miami University’s Associated Student Government (ASG) passed three pieces of legislation to reform university policies involving sexual assault and one resolution to make public the data gathered by the university’s bias reporting system over its past two senate meetings, on Nov. 12 and Nov. 19.
Stage Left’s production of “Pippin!” was absolutely worth that exclamation point. Miami University's only student-run musical theatre organization brought their characteristic enthusiasm to a performance equal parts amusing and disconcerting.
Kaite Anderson first let Miami University know that Nicholas Shaw, a student who was expelled from his previous university in relation to sexual assault charges, was a student on Miami’s campus in early September.
Five candidates answered questions about the most pressing issues in Oxford at the second-ever Oxford City Council debate, hosted by The Miami Student.
Another member of Miami University’s Associated Student Government (ASG) has resigned after posting an intolerant photo in a group chat.
Eat your heart out, Eden Park. Sawyer Point is indubitably the most beautiful place to connect with nature while in Cincinnati.
A mobile home caught fire in the Miami Mobile Home Park off the 5000 block of College Corner Pike around 2:30 p.m on Saturday, Sept. 7.
The university investigation into hazing, including paddling a new member, by the fraternity Delta Tau Delta has concluded. Miami's Vice President of Student Life Jayne Brownell has decided to suspend the fraternity until 2034.
Miami University has suspended two professors at the Hamilton regional campus over an incident regarding a rare Iboga tree, the bark of which can be used to produce a psychedelic drug.
Miami University announced that Jason Osborne will fill the position of provost and executive vice president for academic affairs on Tuesday, May 28.
This semester featured a number of internal changes for Miami University's Associated Student Government (ASG). Though senators made progress on initiatives to improve the dining plan for on-campus students and access to health resources, ASG's primary focus since January has been on itself.
Although poor attendance slowed down proceedings, Associated Student Government (ASG) elected next year's senate leadership and finished executive cabinet elections at their six-hour-long meeting on Tuesday, April 23.
You may remember seeing the names of junior Shelby Frye and senior Julia Koenig on banners by the seal or on their campaign posts shared around social media. Now that the Student Body President election is over, their relationship has become less public but more meaningful.
Associated Student Government (ASG) elected seven executive cabinet members during senate session April 16.
Despite bringing articles of impeachment against Secretary for Communications and Media Relations Michael Zele, Associated Student Government (ASG) voted against censuring Zele during senate session on April 16.
Five Miami University students, one faculty member and two alumni have been offered Fulbright awards for the upcoming academic year.
As one might suspect from the Religious Society of Friends, the Oxford Quakers were incredibly friendly when I visited their Sunday worship meeting.
After a struggle over a bill with no author to present it, Associated Student Government (ASG) unanimously voted to support free student parking near the Student Health Service (SHS). Senate also approved the constitutional amendment removing student court-related language and voted to support the creation of an Oxford city ordinance that would impose a five to 25 cent fee on single-use plastic bags, a range recommended by Environmental Protection Agency.
Miami University elected Jaylen Perkins and Dante Rossi as its next student body president and vice president for the 2019-2020 academic year.