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In 2021, Miami students held a candlelight vigil after shootings across the country targeted Asian Americans. In 2023, these shootings haven't stopped.

California shootings leave students shocked yet determined

Janna Maddox is a senior at Miami majoring in human capital management & leadership and entrepreneurship as well as the president of Miami’s Asian American Association (AAA). She said she was devastated by the Monterey Park and Half Moon Bay shootings, which targeted primarily Asian Americans and happened around a time of celebration for many Asian cultures.

This image was created by an AI art generator on Night Cafe using the prompt, "Picture for a news article about AI art."

AI in the World of Art

Artificial intelligence has been making waves across the nation. With its prominence in video games, application filters and script writing, AI is now trying to replicate pieces of art.

Food editor Ames Radwan has always been a messy eater!

Eating your own way

Everyone eats differently. That’s the whole point of eating — it’s like life itself. If everyone lived life the exact same way, it would be pretty boring, wouldn’t it? 

Jason Osborne attended an information session as he tries for the position of provost at University of Baltimore.

Former Provost Osborne up for UBalt position

On Feb. 15, Miami University’s former provost Jason Osborne participated in an open forum at the University of Baltimore (UBalt) for the university’s provost position. Earlier this month on Feb. 6, Osborne briefly updated his LinkedIn to include the title “Executive Director of MU Institute for Responsible Gaming, Lotteries, and Sport.” By the end of the day, Osborne had removed the title from his page.

Provost Liz Mullenix and Treasurer David Creamer present Miami with a review of its finances at the budget symposium.

Miami has a budget problem: what does that mean?

Miami University is facing a budgetary problem, and unless it’s able to fix it, Miami officials worry about the longevity of the university’s reserves. During Miami’s annual budget symposium, Mullenix said the university faces a more than $36 million budget deficit.


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