By Nora Molinaro, For The Miami Student It’s 9:39 a.m. on a Monday morning. You just failed your linguistics exam and all you want is to crawl back into your warm bed that you had to rudely depart from two hours ago. It’s already raining and so a detour into Armstrong is necessary. You hide your face and hope you don’t see anyone you know. All of a sudden, the obscene audio for “Turn Down For What” by DJ Snake and Lil John jolts you out of your daydream and back to the present. You can’t help but do...Read More
By Grace Moody, For The Miami Student Nearly $2 million was returned to 16 Butler County school districts because of a high surplus from the County Auditor’s real estate fund. In addition to refunds for schools, funding was also given to libraries, parks, cities, townships and other Butler County government expenses. As of Sept. 2, $6.02 million in total has been refunded among not only school districts, but also other local government facilities and operations. In Butler County Auditor Roger Reynolds’ Sept. 2 News Release, “Unprecedented: Auditor Has Now Returned $6 Million,” Reynolds explained that more efficiency among the...Read More
Social workers demand more support from community in ongoing strike by Grace Moody, For The Miami Student 48 social workers in Butler County have been participating in a strike outside the Government Services Center in downtown Hamilton. Workers are angry about the lack of support they receive from the community. While negotiation about the issue has been going on for more than a year, the strike began Aug. 18. Retired Miami University English professor Don Daiker supports the workers and has participated in rallying. Daiker said he believes social workers perform important, dangerous work and does not think the...Read More
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