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Each Saturday, Miami students enrolled in ART 495 become instructors for art of all kinds to people of all ages.

PHOTOS: ‘Saturday Art’ students exhibit their work

Miami students enrolled in ART 495, commonly referred to as “Saturday Art,” curated a show of their students' artwork from the past semester. ART 495 is composed of 12-15 Miami students who are divided into pairs or trios to teach a specific age group over the course of a semester. Age groups ranged from pre-K all the way to adults.

Students and staff from Miami University explore Laurel Lake in canoes during fall break.

PHOTOS: Canoeing the Au Sable River

The canoe trip was put on by Miami University’s Outdoor Pursuit Center (OPC), and it spanned from Thursday evening to Sunday afternoon the weekend of Fall Break. More than a dozen students and OPC leaders participated in the event.


PHOTOS: How The Miami Student newspaper gets made

Every other Friday, Miami students walking to class pass fresh stacks of the latest happenings. On newsstands across campus, the Student’s print edition sits at the end of a long journey, which began the previous Wednesday night.

Daffodils bloom in Oxford Memorial Park Uptown. They’re among the first spring flowers in town, partnering with intermittent thunderstorms to ring in the new season.

Spring sprang

Lightning flashed and flowers bloomed as Miamians donned shorts and umbrellas to sun and slosh their way through the first days of April. Spring semester brings warmth, rain, thoughts of graduation and different challenges for Miami University’s Physical Facilities Department.


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