No matter their major, no matter what clubs they devote their time to or what fraternity or...Read More
When Miami junior Raechel Root took the podium at the Oxford Community Arts Center last Friday, she immediately asked former Miami professor Hugh Morgan to stand for recognition. All eyes turned to the back of the room.Read More
This past Saturday in Hall Auditorium, Miami hosted a Chinese New Year Gala to celebrate the Year of the Rooster. The event was a collaboration between the Performing Arts Series, the Confucius Institute (CIMU) and the Chinese American Cultural Association (CACA).Read More
Feb 7, 2017 | News
A lack of activism at Miami University has been a sore spot in the school’s recent history. In light of the current rhetoric surrounding the field of science and climate change specifically, educational leadership graduate student Dustin Hornbeck decided something needed to give.Read More
M. Night Shyamalan is known for his captivating horror movies such as “The Sixth Sense,” “Signs” and “The Visit.” So, I was excited to see how his most recent addition to the world of psychological horror films, “Split,” measured up to his chilling predecessors. However, “Split” ultimately fails to deliver the suspense and thrill promised by this genre, and resorts to using a mental disorder and childhood sexual abuse as plot devices to add shock value.Read More
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