This week, Sarah Grace Hays and Maggie Peña sit down with Tenudi Genana and Sinait Sarfino to discuss the Black Lives Matter protest that took place on Miami University’s campus last Friday, September 25th.
This week, Sarah Grace Hays sits down with News Editor Tim Carlin to discuss Miami's decision to return to campus and how campus will look for the last nine weeks of the semester.
This week, Sarah Grace Hays and Maggie Peña sit down with assistant culture editor, Jenna Calderon, to discuss how orientation will look for incoming freshmen this year.
This week, Sarah Grace Hays and Maggie Peña sit down with Miami Student writers across the United States to discuss how the coronavirus outbreak is affecting them.
Miami University announced the selection of Jenny Darroch as the new dean of the Farmer School of Business (FSB) on March 18. Darroch, the former dean of the graduate school of management at Claremont Graduate University, was selected from four finalists who came to campus in February to be interviewed by FSB’s search committee and meet with members of the Miami community.
This week, Sarah Grace Hays and Maggie Peña sit down with assistant new editor, Briah Lumpkins, to discuss Miami's plan for coronavirus over the next several weeks.
This week, Sarah Grace Hays and Maggie Peña sit down with staff writer, Gabbi Bright, to discuss the study abroad program cancellations due to the growing coronavirus outbreak.
In the summer of 1964, hundreds of students gathered on what is now Miami University’s Western Campus to learn how to register African American voters in the South, specifically Mississippi. Among them was retired Miami philosophy professor Rick Momeyer. Arrested three times, indicted by a grand jury and assaulted with various weapons in the South, Momeyer is an expert on Freedom Summer and its significance. “If you don’t know black history, you don’t know American history,” Momeyer said. “It’s not a separate history.”