Every year, a bus full of Miami students, faculty and staff make the over 600-mile trek from Miami University to Miami, Oklahoma. There, the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma welcomes the group to its annual Winter Gathering. Throughout the weekend, members of the tribe tell their aalhsoohkaana, or winter stories, and teach visitors about Myaamia traditions, culture, history and language. The gathering culminates in a stomp dance where Miami Tribe members and their visitors, as well as guests from neighboring and nearby tribes, participate in a traditional social dance. At this year’s gathering, representatives from the tribe and from the...Read More
Who: Emily Williams, Junior What: Editor-in-Chief, previously: Staff Writer, Senior Staff Writer, Asst. News Editor, News Editor, Managing Editor When: Williams has been working with The Miami Student since August 2014. Where: from Dayton, Ohio Why: A journalism and marketing double-major, Williams is passionate about telling stories and telling them well. After working with The Miami Student for three years, in both writing and editing positions, she has deepened her understanding of the publication and the Miami & Oxford communities. Williams believes it is essential to understand what really matters to the members of those communities — especially students — and she encourages anyone and everyone to reach out with story ideas, questions, comments or just a hello. You can contact Emily Williams at email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.org or you can visit her in The Miami Student office on the third floor of the Armstrong Student Center.
Jan 3, 2018 | News
Accountancy professor Marc Rubin has been named dean of Miami University’s Farmer School of Business. Rubin has served as interim dean of the Farmer School since July of last year. Rubin was appointed interim dean after former dean Matthew Myers left Miami to serve as dean of the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. A Miami graduate himself, Rubin received his bachelor of science in accounting in 1975. During his time at the university, Rubin met his Miami merger wife, served as a resident assistant in Symmes Hall and studied under the late accountancy...Read More
Oxford Business Holiday Walk Uptown Friday, Dec. 1 from 5 to 8 p.m. Uptown businesses will be bustling this Friday for the Chamber of Commerce’s annual Holiday Walk. All shoppers can snag free treats from the Tim Horton’s truck and 21+ attendees can enjoy free wine samples at participating businesses. A bonfire will warm the crowd as they compete to decorate the best holiday trees, all of which will be donated to local families in need. Oxford Holiday Festival Oxford Community Arts Center & Uptown Parks Saturday, Dec. 2 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. This all-day holiday celebration is packed with 12 hours of festivities, starting with a holiday craft market at the Oxford Community Arts Center and ending with an evening of live music, ice skating and hot chocolate in the park. Pet a live reindeer or take a carriage ride through town. Santa will arrive — by firetruck, per tradition — at 6:30 p.m. to take photos and spread cheer. Bread Not Bombs Celebratory Dinner Oxford United Methodist Church Saturday, Dec. 2 from 5 to 8 p.m. The Oxford Citizens for Peace and Justice (OCPJ) invite students and community members to celebrate and support the group’s activist efforts. Students are asked to donate just $5 to the OCPJ for an evening of home-cooked food and live music. Holiday Music & Memories Miami University Art Museum Tuesday,...Read More
Nov 14, 2017 | News
Ohio Attorney General and gubernatorial candidate Mike DeWine is visiting Oxford to meet with voters and discuss his plan to address the opioid crisis. The campaign stop will be held from 7 to 8 p.m. today at the Oxford Community Arts Center. At today’s appearance, DeWine, a 1969 Miami graduate, will discuss his 12-point plan to fight the opioid crisis, “Recovery Ohio,” as well as plans for education and economic improvements, according to a release from the DeWine campaign. Students and community members will also have the opportunity to ask DeWine questions during the hour-long appearance. The opioid crisis has been central to DeWine’s campaign platform since he declared his candidacy in June. Days before announcing that he would be running for governor, DeWine announced his decision to sue five major drug manufacturers for their role in the opioid epidemic. According to the lawsuit, the companies “helped unleash a health care crisis that has had far-reaching financial, social, and deadly consequences in the State of Ohio.” The lawsuit also accuses the companies of engaging in “fraudulent marketing” related to the risks and benefits of prescription opioids. With Gov. Kasich’s second term set to expire at the beginning of 2019, this upcoming race has attracted an especially large pool of candidates — four Republicans and five Democrats. DeWine will face Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted, Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor...Read More
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