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Miami University hired a law firm to help address faculty unionization.

Miami hires law firm to address union

Miami University has hired the law offices of Porter Wright to assist the university in navigating law surrounding unionization, wrote Jessica Rivinus, senior director of News and Communication, in an email sent to The Miami Student. 

The Nike Missile Base was built in Oxford in response to the Cold War between the U.S. and the Soviet Union.

Missiles at Miami: Oxford’s Cold War history

But even Oxford wasn’t free from fears of nuclear warfare at the height of the Cold War. In fact, the conflict’s memory lives on in a scattered collection of structures off Taylor Road and Todd Road, where the U.S. military planted a missile base to defend Cincinnati from Soviet attacks.

Sophomore Preston Anderson's painting, "Tunnel Vision," was selected to go to the moon.

That art is out of this world … literally

 When Preston Anderson submitted his painting to an online art show, he didn’t expect for it to be shown in a Chicago contemporary art gallery.  When he found out his painting would be one of a few hung in the gallery, he was overjoyed.


Miami students discuss Ohio’s introduced abortion ban

Roe v. Wade, the landmark decision federally legalizing abortion made almost 50 years ago, has been drawing national attention as discussions swirl about a potential overturning. Many in Ohio are watching their own state legislature as it considers a comprehensive abortion ban. 

Two of McCullough-Hyde's ICU beds are currently occupied.

McCullough-Hyde’s ICU beds at 50% capacity

McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital’s intensive care unit (ICU), which contains 4 beds, is working at 50% capacity, as of Jan. 26, said Michael Everett, president and chief operating officer of TriHealth. That number has dropped from its previous 100% capacity rate last week. 

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