Group presents cultural performance, dinner

The Asian-American Association will be hosting its annual performance and dinner, Fusion, Saturday, Jan. 23 at Hall Auditorium.

The show will feature presentations and dances from different parts of Asian and Asian-American cultures. The dinner will also put an Asian twist on food.

The performance starts at 2 p.m. in Hall Auditorium and will be immediately followed by a dinner at the Shriver Heritage Room.

Tickets are on sale at the Shriver Box Office and Shriver Food Court and are open to all Miami University students. Performance tickets are $5 and dinner tickets are $8.

Wind ensemble prepares for concert, conference

Miami University’s Wind Ensemble, which is conducted by Gary A. Speck, will present a preview concert at 8 p.m. Jan. 26 in Hall Auditorium. The preview concert will help prepare the wind ensemble for the Ohio Music Educators Association (OMEA) Professional Development Conference.

The wind ensemble will be attending the OMEA conference Jan. 28 to 30 at the Duke Energy Center in Cincinnati. This is the seventh time in 20 years that Miami’s Wind Ensemble has been invited to perform at the OMEA conference.

The group will perform “Aurora Awakes” by John Mackey; “Angels in the Architecture” by Frank Ticheli; “Lauds” by Ron Nelson; and “Bells for Stokowski” by Michael Daugherty.

For more information, call the department of music at (513) 529-3014. Admission to the preview concert is free.

Miami Metro bus stop to relocate Monday

The Miami Metro Green Route bus stop currently located at College Avenue and Sycamore Street will be relocated to Sycamore Street and Lincoln Avenue beginning at 7:04 a.m. Monday, Jan. 25. The last time the Green Route will stop at College and Sycamore will be at 9:34 p.m. Friday, Jan. 22.

The new stop is closer to Hawk’s Landing where many passengers live. The move means these passengers will now not have to cross Sycamore to use the Green Route. The location of the new stop is also now on a level sidewalk with an accessible curb cut.

Questions can be directed to any Green Route driver or by calling (513) 529-2224 or (513) 529-8375, or by visiting