Portugal: Where the old world meets the new

When I was a kid, I read a book in which one of the characters had the ability to see into the past. If she concentrated, she could watch everything that had ever happened in a certain place. I’ve often wished I could have that power, but never more so than when strolling the steep narrow streets of Portugal.

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Federal grant to further language revitalization

The National Endowment for the Humanities, a federal agency that funds projects and programs in the humanities across the country, awarded Daryl Baldwin, director of Miami University’s Myaamia Center, a grant to fund a project on indigenous language revitalization on Aug. 8.

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Oxford rallies against child separation

Oxford families gathered in the shade beneath the stage and trees in Uptown Park on Saturday morning, weathering the heat to attend a rally against child separation and detainment at the border.

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Bias incident reporting made easier

One of activist group Black Action Movement 2.0’s (BAM 2.0) initial demands has been met with a new tool on the myMiami homepage that allows students to easily report bias and discrimination incidents.

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