OPD, MUPD investigating sexual assaults

Two weeks ago two cases of sexual assaults were reported to the Oxford Police Department (OPD) and the Miami University police (MUPD) by female students on Tuesday, April 17 and Wednesday, April 18.

First-year creates political platform for young people

In his first year at Miami, political science and economics double major Christian Beal has already founded an organization he hopes to see go national. Beal’s group, which he created with his best friend and future Cornell University student Alec Dinwiddie, is called Young People Have a Voice Too (YPHAVT), and was intended to provide a platform for high school students to discuss political issues and formulate solutions to their communities’ specific socioeconomic problems.

Miami takes time to analyze campus climate survey

Miami University welcomed the staff of Rankin and Associates Consulting to campus on Thursday, May 4 and Friday, May 5 to analyze the results of the campus climate survey, a project designed to evaluate the experience of the current climate from all members of Miami’s community.

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.


Behind the scenes of MU’s favorite dean

Mike Curme never imagined he would be the dean of students of a university when he was in college, but at the end of this semester, he will step down from that very role at Miami University after six and a half years in the position.

Dean of students steps down

Miami’s Dean of Students and Associate Vice President of Student Affairs, Mike Curme, will be stepping down from his position at the end of this semester.

Oxford hosts pride parade

Over 70 students and Oxford community members marched from the Seal to Uptown Park on Saturday in Oxford’s first Pride Parade in over ten years.

AAUP actions prompt Senate agenda change

In an unprecedented series of coordinated maneuvers, Miami’s American Association of University Professors (AAUP) garnered a two-thirds majority in University Senate to alter the agenda of the April 30 session.


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