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Colleges in Ohio's Miami Valley say they’re working to support international students affected by the Trump administration travel ban, advising them to evaluate their study plans before the fall semester begins.

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Miami University fraternities have until Feb. 23 to initiate new members, then their governing body is shutting things down.

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Miami University graduate student Maria Sanchez has been following the debate over the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, but she says she tries not to let news and social media distract her from her studies.

Ultraviolet light is nature's way of purifying lakes, rivers and coastal waterways. Researchers led by a Miami University professor are quantifying how climate change is negatively affecting nature's ability to do its job.

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The longstanding battle over funding nursing homes in Ohio is now in the Senate, after the House dramatically changed Gov. John Kasich’s proposal. And a new report has helped reignite the fight.

The number of women who edit the popular open-source website Wikipedia is much lower than you might think. A Miami University edit-a-thon seeks to change that by teaching female students and staff how to contribute to the site.

Organizers of the Buckeye Boys State program are weighing whether to move the annual summertime gathering to a new home.

Long before texting, Twitter, and Instagram, the best way to get a short message to a friend or loved one was to send a postcard. They could be found almost everywhere and people delighted in mailing pictures from their travels, or simply collecting them for fun. Miami University has hundreds of thousands of postcards and is now giving them a new life.

New Research Warns 'Dramatic' Shift In Aging Ohio Population

Jul 6, 2015

A new report warns of a "dramatic" shift in Ohio's population during the next 20 years. 

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As the number of graduating high school students shrinks and state funding becomes shaky, Ohio public colleges and universities seem to be turning to out-of-state students to help fill the gaps. The percentage of non-Ohio students attending public schools is rising. 

Who Should Stand for Ohio?

Mar 31, 2010

Since 1864, each state has chosen two deceased residents to be represented in the National Statuary Hall of the U.S. Capitol. Now, Ohio residents can vote for a new representative to replace former Ohio Governor William Allen. The Ohioan that would best represent the state based on historic renown and distinguished civic or military service, with Ohio Historical Society Government Relations director Todd Kleismit, Miami University distinguished history professor Andrew Cayton and Kent State University associate provost Stephane Booth.