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Senior softball player Karli Spaid steps up to bat at a Miami University softball game.

Karli Spaid’s rise to the top

Karli Spaid, a current Miami University women’s softball player, has just reached No. 2 in the overall NCAA rankings for most home runs hit in a college career.

Talawanda High School busing services have been eliminated for all students as part of the single-tier busing model adopted in March 2023.

Talawanda Board of Education will host work session to discuss start times and school busing

Around 3 p.m. on most weekdays, many students in the Talawanda School District begin their walk home after the Talawanda School District Board of Education voted to reduce busing as a result of budget cuts. The district moved to a single-tier service, meaning that busing is only provided for students in kindergarten through eighth grade who live outside of a two-mile radius from the school.

The organization "Created Equal" stands outside Armstrong Student Center to advocate their pro-life stance

First Amendment continues to protect Miami students

 College students across America are protesting, rallying and supporting activism movements on their campuses with threats of arrest looming over them. To do these acts of assembly, protesters on college campuses often rely on the First Amendment to support their actions, whether that’s holding up signs or more noticeable acts like encampments or volatile language. 


Ways to stress less this exam season

For college students around the country, exam season is one of the most stressful times of year. Between studying, papers and packing for the semester, things can be tense. Luckily, Miami University offers plenty of ways students can engage in activities to help them distress. 

Students work on their individual projects at You're Fired

Behind the Building: You’re Fired

 If you’ve ever had the urge to paint pottery, there's a good chance you’ve checked out You’re Fired. This store, at the corner of West High Street and Beech Street has a long history of housing not just painters, but also various grocery stores.