Rediscovering Dirk DeJongBy Emily Williams | May 2, 2018
Four Miami students were arrested for dealing prescription drugs and cocaine. The arrests, which all occurred last week, were the result of a six-month investigation by the Butler County Undercover Regional Narcotics (BURN) taskforce.
A female student was sexually assaulted by an unknown male after an off-campus house party between the late hours of Friday, April 28 and Saturday, April 29. This assault marks the eighth reported this semester.
Mid-way through the spring semester, student organizations always receive visits from aspiring student body presidents and vice presidents. The candidates' messages are often similar: Let's improve parking, dining services, rec center facilities or funding for organizations. But how do those promises move from campaign platforms to policy changes?
A fire destroyed a home in Oxford last week on Wednesday, March 22. Since the fire occurred over spring break, the residents -- all Miami students who were renting the property -- were not home at the time and no one was injured, but the fire left the home a total loss, officials said.
I remember the moment I decided to become a journalist. It was in December of my senior year of high school, and I was driving to the library. Or maybe the bank. Wherever it was it was somewhere close, but my 10 minute drive turned into a meandering 30. It was raining, as it does on most of my favorite days.
From the base of an Icelandic glacier to a peak in the Appalachian Mountains, writers at The Miami Student captured their spring break travel experiences, both in words and photos.
Miami rabbi responds to anti-Semitism