Seniors Keresa Murray and Tre King were elected this year’s Love and Honor Cup winners, making history as Miami University’s first ever Black duo to win the award — exactly 50 years after Miami’s first Black homecoming queen was crowned.
Nearly three weeks after the incident was initially reported to the Oxford Police Department (OPD), four men have been charged in relation to the fight outside the Theta Chi fraternity house that resulted in multiple injuries, according to a Facebook post from OPD.
Miami University’s Associated Student Government (ASG) passed a resolution to require more student organizations to complete inclusive leadership training in order to receive funding at its Oct. 20 meeting.
When Miami University President Greg Crawford announced the return of residential students and face-to-face classes in a Sept. 9 email, he started a trend of conflicting messages about the state of the COVID-19 pandemic on Miami’s Oxford campus.
On Wednesday, Oct. 21, Sophia Blatnik and other sophomore architecture majors met virtually with Gretchen Radler, the assistant dean and divisional advisor of the College of Creative Arts, to discuss scheduling for the spring semester.
Miami University will not charge employees for parking permits for this academic year, according to the university’s news website.
I received the all-too-familiar email on a Monday evening.
It is unclear whether the student contracted the virus at the university or after returning home for remote learning in mid-September.
Brian Stelter still views the media as an essential part of the American democracy.
Despite Miami University’s ever-changing fall semester plans, students still went on to study abroad in three different countries.
In a normal year, Miami University welcomes 50,000 prospective students and family members to the Oxford campus for tours and admissions events. This semester, Andrew Boehm, associate director of admissions, said they might not top 2,000.
Miami University’s COVID-19 Oxford campus dashboard has been active for nearly two months. But some students have raised concerns about the information provided by Miami.
As COVID-19 cases spiked once again among Miami University students last week, fingers are being pointed at who is and isn’t following the rules.
Every year around Halloween, a similar conversation takes place across all social media platforms: what costumes are and aren’t considered “cultural appropriation?”