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Abby Bammerlin

Abby is a junior from West Chester, Ohio. She’s majoring in journalism and political science. While she’s in Prague this semester enjoying everything Europe has to offer, you can normally find her bylines under stories about the Oxford community, Miami’s administration or major happenings on campus. When she’s not in the newsroom, she can be found rock climbing or hiking trails on campus. Abby is a board game enthusiast and lives to host people for game nights and good times. She also is a hobby photographer who loves taking shots of wildlife and natural landscapes. She’s a member of Alpha Phi Omega and frequently volunteers in Oxford, mostly for Meals on Wheels. After graduation, Abby doesn’t have solid plans, but hopes to find a job in journalism or pursue law school. 

Scarlet and other service dogs with Paws for a Cause have a new place to play.

Park brings furry friends in service dog form

Mouth open, tongue out, Scarlet raced to catch the ball as it rolled in the grass. Once retrieved, she rushed back to her handler Taylor Neff who held out her hand with a smile. Neff tossed the ball again and off went Scarlet. Without a leash, she was free to run across the entire field.

Sean Scott, a current Campus & Community Editor, was elected the next editor-in-chief of The Miami Student.

Sean Scott elected Editor-in-Chief of The Miami Student

Sean Scott has been elected as the next Editor-in-Chief of The Miami Student. Scott has been a constant presence at The Student since he first started writing his first year at Miami University. While at the paper, he has worked as a Campus & Community Editor as well as Entertainment Editor. He’s garnered more than 130 bylines – the most of any active member on staff. 

Provost Liz Mullenix and Treasurer David Creamer present Miami with a review of its finances at the budget symposium.

Miami has a budget problem: what does that mean?

Miami University is facing a budgetary problem, and unless it’s able to fix it, Miami officials worry about the longevity of the university’s reserves. During Miami’s annual budget symposium, Mullenix said the university faces a more than $36 million budget deficit.