Kimberly Moore, Miami University’s new dean of students, worked for 14 years at Loyola University Chicago where she had a bookshelf in her office.
Two words, diversity and inclusion, guided discussion at the first-ever Inclusion Forum on Monday, September 17 in Armstrong’s Wilks Theatre. The forum was presented by 18 student organizations, including Associated Student...
Miami University issued a cease-and-desist letter to the City of Oxford on Sept. 14 regarding a tentatively-approved permit issued to Bird Rides, Inc. Bird Rides, Inc. is an electric vehicle sharing service which provides cities...
The Miami Student hosted a public safety forum, City Matters, last Wednesday, attended by Oxford and Miami officials. The event, moderated by assistant news editor Céilί Doyle and editor-in-chief Emily Williams, covered topics including the Good Samaritan policy, recent hazing allegations against Miami fraternities and town-gown relations in Oxford.
He was five years old when he knew he wanted to be a writer, maybe even earlier than that. But he didn’t want to write the kind of books about soccer games and summer camps with happy endings — he wanted to write A Series of Unfortunate Events.
Miami University’s Board of Trustees (BoT) approved $100.5 million worth of construction projects for the Oxford campus at its meeting Friday.
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