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MU AAUP chapter protests severity of professors' punishment

(07/16/19 5:29pm)

Two tenured Miami University Hamilton professors, John Cinnamon and Daniel Gladish, face termination for growing a tree that has the ability to produce a hallucinogenic substance in the Miami University Hamilton Conservatory. But, the Miami chapter of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) is protesting the severity of the professors' punishment.


Butler county prosecutor considering felony charges for Delta Tau Delta brothers

(06/18/19 11:42pm)

The Butler County Prosecutor, Mike Gmoser, confirmed to The Miami Student that his office is investigating the Delta Tau Delta (Delts) brothers who were identified by Miami University as participating in the alleged hazing of a new member on March 16. Gmoser is considering charging the students with a felony.


Delta Tau Delta faces permanent dismissal after Miami completes hazing investigation

(06/15/19 2:23am)

The student was blindfolded and thrown to the ground. He had been slapped, spit on and kicked from all sides by his fraternity brothers while doing pushups, according to interviews conducted with several new and active members of Miami University's Delta Tau Delta (Delts) fraternity by the Office of Community Standards (OCS).








New bookstore with a twist coming to former Quarter Barrel location

(03/20/19 9:15pm)

Books&Brews, a used bookstore franchise from Indianapolis, is opening a new location at the site of former Quarter Barrel Brewery on the corner of Poplar and Church Street. Books&Brews sets itself apart from other used bookstores by offering not only a light menu of appetizers, sandwiches, coffees and desserts, but also by serving a variety of draft beers.



Sustainability begins to take shape in Oxford

(03/12/19 9:00am)

Oxford City Council discussed its environmental sustainability efforts at its meeting last Tuesday. A group of graduate students from Miami University's Institute for the Environment & Sustainability (IES) gave a presentation on two greenhouse gas studies conducted in the past year and Council discussed penning an open letter to the university about mutual sustainability efforts.