Upham Arch, arguably one of the most well known spots on campus, highlights more than just Miami University’s affinity for long-lasting love. The arch is a prime example of Miami’s rich architectural history.
Miami University students have been plagued over the past week with rumors of break-ins, stalkers and violence. Some women have armed themselves with pepper spray, pocket knives and other methods of staying safe.
On Saturday, Feb. 4, members of Miami College Democrats, Oxford Students for Peace and Justice, Butler County Progressives and Miami and Oxford community members gathered near the Phi Delt Gates for a peaceful "Demonstration Against the Trump Agenda"
The Miami Student's Photo Editor, Ryan Terhune, traveled to Washington, D.C. for the Women's March on Washington. Just the D.C. march, which took place the day after President Trump's inauguration, drew upwards of 500,000 people. At least 673 other "sister marches" took place the same day in cities all over the country.
"We LOVE you and we HONOR you, and we defend your right to be here. In our difference is our strength"
Hundreds of students gathered Saturday morning to kick off the celebration of spring in a colorful way. Holi, or the Festival of Colors, is an ancient Hindu religious festival that has been widely accepted by cultures all over the world because of its message, excitement and spectacle. Meant to share and spread love and peace, MU's celebration of Holi brought together students from various backgrounds to celebrate this foreign holiday.
Last week students, faculty and staff gather around the Hub to hang T-shirts for The Clothesline Project, an initiative to raise awareness for violence against women. People let emotions flow as they devote their time to this important cause.
"In Oxford, the break of day is trumpeted not by a rooster's crow, but by the roar of half a dozen Rumpke garbage and recycling trucks rumbling down the red bricks, washing away the evidence of what was yet another night of citywide partying.