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When Ande Durojaiye was promoted to Miami University’s inaugural Vice President for Miami Regionals just two months after his first day as Miami’s Regional Dean, it was just the latest in a string of new VP positions on the President’s Executive Cabinet (PEC).
I watched James Wan’s 2021 film “Malignant” on a whim with no expectations.
Editor’s Note: The following article contains spoilers for Marvel’s “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.”
When Oxford City Councilor Chantel Raghu voted in favor of reinstating a city-wide mask mandate last Monday, she had a lot on her mind.
"The box office is back: What to look forward to" is the 7th episode of The Miami Student's entertainment podcast, Pop Culture Convos
Of all the people I expected British rapper Little Simz to collaborate with on her most recent album, “Sometimes I Might Be Introvert,” Princess Diana was at the bottom of my list.
In the wake of FDA approval of the Pfizer-BioNtech COVID-19 vaccine, the delta variant sweeping across the country and Miami University mandating vaccination among students and staff, there are questions abound about vaccine efficacy and safety.
Three weeks ago, the Ohio Department of Education approved Miami University’s proposed degree in arts management and arts entrepreneurship.
Oxford City Council voted to reinstate a mask mandate at a special meeting Monday night after failing to vote on the order at its Aug. 17 meeting.
When the pandemic brought an abrupt end to my senior year of high school in March 2020, I dutifully continued working four days a week.
I didn’t intend to become a Jack Antonoff fan.
By the end of the Aug. 17, Oxford City Council meeting, an ordinance mandating masks within the city was neither passed nor denied. The meeting was standing room only as residents showed up to speak both for and against the proposed mask mandate.
After repealing Oxford’s mask mandate at its May 18 meeting, City Council is set to decide next week whether the delta variant warrants a new mask requirement.
Businessman and philanthropist Richard “Dick” Farmer, namesake of Miami University’s Farmer School of Business, died Aug. 4 at 86 years old.
Plastic barriers separated Oxford’s city councilors at their June 2 meeting, the first in person City Council meeting in 15 months. Last March, the city switched to remote meetings to follow social distancing guidelines and mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
Oxford’s City Council voted to repeal the city’s mask ordinance at its May 18 meeting.
Oxford City Council passed a resolution at its May 4 meeting encouraging the Ohio state legislature to reject a bill limiting ballot boxes to one per county and restrict early voting in elections.
Oxford City Council lifted its ban on outdoor gatherings of more than 10 people at its May 4 meeting. The ordinance was passed as an emergency measure to go into effect immediately. Indoor gatherings of more than 10 non-household guests are still prohibited.
The demographics of Miami University as an institution and its five academic colleges are not equal. Some academic colleges include more unequal gender demographics, and some include more or less students of color.