On Wednesday, the Ohio Senate passed a bill that would create “intellectual diversity” centers at five Ohio universities, including Miami University, but Miami wasn’t included until hours before the vote.
On Friday, June 16, Adriene Knight’s lawyer Angela Wallace dismissed the wrongful death lawsuit against Miami University in Butler County Court.
The vote for unionization of Miami University’s librarians unanimously passed and will be recognized by the State Employment Relations Board (SERB).
Paula Gândara, a professor of Lusophone studies at Miami University and a singer/lyricist of Brazilian music, was born in Lisbon, Portugal in 1967. She spent most of her childhood reading because it helped her deal with the world around her.
Shefali Razdan Duggal was typically seen leaving her dorm room in Tappan Hall early to catch her 8:30 a.m. political science class in Harrison Hall. Yet, when sitting in the seats hundreds of students sat in before her, she had no idea where her political aspirations would take her.
The vote for Miami University’s proposed faculty union, the Faculty Alliance of Miami, has passed and will be recognized by the Ohio State Employment Relations Board.
On May 8, the League of Women Voters of Oxford hosted a virtual panel discussion with representatives from the Talawanda School District to discuss budgetary constraints and associated cuts to the district.
As threats to women’s reproductive rights mount across the U.S., some Ohioans are bypassing their legislators and trying a different solution: a citizen ballot initiative.
Miami University has filed a motion to dismiss the wrongful death lawsuit brought forth by Adriene Knight, the widow of a Miami assistant provost, claiming “there is no causal relation.”
For many students at Miami University, it’s easy to recount the trials that came with the COVID-19 pandemic: physical distancing, masks and contact tracing. Usually students just beginning their college years associate the time with freedom, new friends and social experiences they’ll always remember. Unfortunately, for many current Miami seniors, their experience was not what they expected.
With the year coming to an end, The Miami Student's editors reflect on their favorite stories from the year, in addition to the ones that were underappreciated.
The humor team put down their joke books and realized they might actually have to take finals seriously, so enjoy this headline dump.
When Mónnica Gay entered Miami University her first year, her goal was simple: be best friends with everyone.
Content warning: This story contains mentions of sexual assault.
For Aiyana White’s whole life, she knew one thing for certain: She would go to college. Throughout her academic career, she focused on getting the perfect grades, taking the hardest classes and perfecting her college application.
Mouth open, tongue out, Scarlet raced to catch the ball as it rolled in the grass. Once retrieved, she rushed back to her handler Taylor Neff who held out her hand with a smile. Neff tossed the ball again and off went Scarlet. Without a leash, she was free to run across the entire field.