Chinese New Year’s Gala

Hosted by the Confucius Institute and the Chinese American Cultural Association, the Chinese New Year’s Gala helped students to ring in the Year of the Rooster in Hall Auditorium. The event included singers, dancers, traditional music, and even a visit from two performers from the Peking Opera Company. Photos by Renee Farrell    

Miami’s Farm Provides Local Food, Hands-On Education

Written by Abbey Gingras and Bonnie Meibers First Harvest Beyond Yager Stadium and across Four Mile Creek sits a vacant and dilapidated white farmhouse. Past that, through a scraggly line of trees, are 35 acres of farmland. This is the Miami University Institute for Food. Lauren Wulker pulled up to the farm in her aptly nicknamed… Read More Miami’s Farm Provides Local Food, Hands-On Education

Red Brick Revitalization: Bringing Back Football at Miami

By Patrick Kollmeier When I sit back and reminisce on my time spent in a picturesque, brick-cloaked college town with parties, eateries, campus traditions and lifelong friends, nostalgia quickly begins to strengthen its grip. From the hot and humid summer months to the cold, dark days of winter, Saturdays at Miami are always a weekly… Read More Red Brick Revitalization: Bringing Back Football at Miami

Prescription Drug Abuse Raises Debate Over Ethics of “Study Drugs”

Written by Devon Shuman * Indicates the name has been changed to protect source’s identity. When sophomore Jimmy Peters* makes his way to King Library next weekend in preparation for the arduous week of finals that awaits him, he’ll make sure his bag is stocked with all the studying essentials. Textbooks, spiral-bound notebooks, index cards,… Read More Prescription Drug Abuse Raises Debate Over Ethics of “Study Drugs”