5 Reasons Why Thanksgiving is Special (Especially at Miami University)
n a few short weeks, many Miami students will be going home to celebrate Thanksgiving. However, those staying on campus need not miss out on the festivities. Hosted by International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) at Miami University, the 2017 Global Neighbors Friendship Program Thanksgiving Dinner will bring together Miami international students, faculty, staff, and Oxford community members for an early Thanksgiving on Wednesday, November 15, 5:30—7:00 p.m., in Miami University Armstrong Pavilion C.
William Brink on tax plan
MSN.com, Oct. 14 (subscription may be required)
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak to give Anderson Lecture
Wozniakposter.jpgSteve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, is the speaker for the 2017 Anderson Distinguished Lecture Series presented by Miami University's Farmer School of Business. He will speak at 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 30, at Millett Hall. The lecture is free and open to the public.
Janus Forum welcomes fiscal experts Alice Rivlin and David Walker to discuss the national debt
This October, two prominent experts on the topic will meet on the Janus Forum stage to address the question, "Is the National Debt the New Road to Serfdom?"
Custody battles over transgender children stress a need for more knowledge and awareness
kate180x120.jpgAs issues surrounding trans and gender non-conforming individuals gain more and more attention on a national stage, many cultural conversations are being sparked on numerous fronts. Most prominently, perhaps, has been the ongoing and divisive debate surrounding the right to use public restrooms.
The new way companies recruit on campus
Oxy.com, October 15
Geography's mapathon unites faculty and students to help provide aid to Puerto Rico
On Friday, September 29, the Department of Geography applied its expertise in mapping and resource management to host a special mapathon to help the victims of Hurricane Maria
Miami University and the Enduring Legacy of Freedom Summer
haygood.jpgAuthors and Miami alumni Wil Haygood and Jeff Pegues will hold a public conversation on race in America through the lens of Freedom Summer, a marker year in U.S. civil rights, at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 28, at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati.
Michelle Boone study on effects of atrazine on Blanchard cricket frogs
Phys.org, Oct. 13 (subscription may be required)