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Former co-host of the Discovery Channel television series MythBusters Unchained Reaction, Adam Savage, speaks at Wilks Theater

Adam Savage captivates with stories of his winding career

 When Adam Savage walked on stage in the Wilks Theater in Armstrong Student Center at Miami University on Tuesday, the audience would’ve been satisfied if he talked about “Mythbusters” for an hour. Instead, Savage explained his treasure map of a career path while sprinkling in advice for the students in the crowd.

Senator Matthew Lodge introduces a resolution for ASG to recognize Education and Sharing day on April 19 to honor the work of Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson.

ASG elects more cabinet members and passes three pieces of legislation

Senator Danny Martin ran uncontested and was elected secretary of on-campus affairs at the April 16 Associated Student Government (ASG) meeting. Joining via Zoom, Martin said he wants to follow the example of the current Secretary of On-Campus Affairs Grace Payne. Martin wants to work with Panhellenic more and make the recreation center hours more visible. 

Graduation is memorable time and no one wants logistics to get in the way.

Graduation is a month away: Here’s what seniors need to know

It’s that time of the school year again: Graduation. Time to say goodbye to late-night study sessions, 8 a.m. classes and walking 30 minutes to class. Despite the struggles it took to get here, there were good times too. Like meeting your first friend on campus, playing intramural sports or aceing that test you studied so hard for.  

Make it Miami tours guide admitted students through Miami's campus

Make It Miami tours bring prospective students to campus

 Spring semester at Miami University not only brings warmer weather, but also trains of bright red bags. As the university begins accepting students for the upcoming school year, Make It Miami tours swarm campus with admitted students deciding whether Miami is the college for them. 

Baernstein speaks at her open forum on Feb. 6.

Renée Baernstein is appointed new CAS dean

 For months, Miami University has been searching, interviewing and holding forums for the new College of Arts and Science (CAS) dean. On March 2, The Board of Trustees and assigned committees chose Renée Baernstein, the current senior associate dean of CAS, to hold the position. 


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