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SCIENCE

Can the science be separated from the scientist?

“Can we separate the art from the artist?” This debate questions whether it is morally correct to consume an artist's work if they have been accused or found guilty of a hateful or otherwise wrong act. I am taking it in a different direction: can the science be separated from the scientist?


Bell Tower Place, one of Miami University's five dining halls, has been closed since October of 2020.
FOOD

Bring back Bell: a love letter

I promise you, Bell Tower Place needs very little overhauling. I think I speak on behalf of the student body when I say that we don’t want this campus’s favored dining hall to be changed or redone — we just want it to be open. 


OPINION

Letter to the Editor: In Standing With our LGBTQ Community, Anti-LGBTQ Legislation Has No Place Here

Earlier this month, Ohio legislators introduced HB 616, which would disallow curriculum or instruction pertaining to “diversity, equity and inclusion” (including Critical Race Theory and Intersectional Theory), and — like Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” law — would prohibit or censor curriculum or instruction about sexual orientation and gender identity, from kindergarten through high school.  


OPINION

RIP to a Miami tree-dition

You may have noticed, upon returning from spring break, that you can see all the way from Upham Hall to King Library now, without any leafy obstruction in your way. 

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