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Liz Mullenix was selected for Miami University's provost role. She'll be Miami's official provost effective Jan. 1.

Liz Mullenix wants to help Miami with her arts background

As part of the search for Miami University’s new provost, each of the four candidates are participating in open forums to answer questions from the Miami community. Liz Mullenix, the dean of Miami University’s College of Creative Arts and current interim provost, participated in the first open forum on Nov. 16.

Three Miami students toppled a Jewish holiday hut at roughly 2 a.m. on Oct. 15 at Hillel Miami's property. The students have plead guilty to a charge of misdemeanor vandalism.

Students plead guilty to Hillel vandalism

The three Miami University students who trespassed onto Miami Hillel’s property and knocked over a religious hut have accepted guilty pleas for the crime. The students will now each pay a $750 fine in addition to $1,099 owed for damages to the Sukkot which will be split between them.

MOON Co-Op isn't like other grocery stores in Oxford. This locally owned store aims to provide zero-waste options to its customers.

MOON Co-Op innovates Oxford’s grocery capital

The air smells like fresh produce and delicious meats when you walk through the doors. As you move toward the vibrant and newly stocked shelves in front of you, you overhear friendly laughter coming from the checkout counter. Welcome to MOON Co-Op.