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Maggie Peña

People say that some celebrities' careers will live on forever after they die, but these celebrities don't seem like they will ever meet their maker.

10 celebrities that are immortal

Over the years, I have meticulously observed and analyzed famous individuals and, in turn, have come to the conclusion that some celebrities will simply never die. Some of them are even luckier — they will never age, which means by default they will never die either. 

Actress and activist Gabrielle Union (top left) and Dr. Michael Eric Dyson (bottom) discussed several topics involving injustice for Black Americans ranging from police brutality to racism in academia.

Bring it on: BLM lecture with distinguished actress and academic

Gabrielle Union, an award-winning actress, famous for movies such as “Bring It On” and “10 Things I Hate About You,” and Michael Eric Dyson, a New York Times best-selling author and ordained minister, spoke at the lecture about the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement Monday, Oct. 5 at 7:30 p.m. on Zoom. 

Underclassmen prepare to leave campus

On Friday, March 13, Miami University President Greg Crawford sent an email to the student body informing them that a return to face-to-face instruction would not be possible this semester.  This announcement displaced many students in dorms, who were initially urged to move out by March 27. In an updated email from Dean of Students Kimberly Moore, students were informed that residence halls would close a week sooner, on March 21. Students may only stay on campus if absolutely necessary.