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Miami Herald publishes MU's Cuba stories

The Miami Herald packaged several of MJF students' reporting projects on its site. In its Cuba section, the Miami Herald has stories by students Elizabeth Hansen, Emily Williams, Jack Evans and Kevin Vestal, who participated in our first-ever Cuba study abroad program. Clinical faculty member Joe Sampson also has a story about a Cuban newspaper on the site. Check out the stories.

The Miami Student wins first places in SPJ contest

The Miami Student was named best non-daily newspaper in Ohio in the Best of Ohio contest sponsored by the Society of Professional Journalists. Editor Reis Thebault also won best college news writing for his coverage of the Eldemire murder/suicide. The Miami Student is an independent newspaper that covers the Miami campus and the Oxford community. It is run entirely by students. Check out its website at

Communications grad to serve as trustee

Gov. John Kasich has appointed John Christopher Pascoe (Miami ’91) of Worthington, Ohio, to Miami University’s board of trustees. Pascoe was a mass communications major at Miami who also was the head engineer for WMSR. Read more.

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October 17, 2016
Sports writer Branson Wright

Cleveland Plain Dealer sports writer Branson Wright presents his documentary about former basketball phenom Dwight Anderson in “The Blur: A Moving Sports Story.” Sponsored by MJF, as class visit for JRN318. Contact instructor Terrence Moore at to check on seating availability.

4-5:20 p.m., Williams Hall 107C

October 17, 2016
Madeline Albright

Madeleine Albright, the first female U.S. Secretary of State, presents the 2016 Anderson Distinguished Lecture Series. Sponsored by the Farmer School of Business.

7 p.m., Millett Hall

October 18, 2016
Miami's PRSSA presents Beth Whelley

Whelley is a Senior Vice President and Managing Director for Fahlgren Mortine, a PR firm in Columbus with 14 locations across the country. A Miami alum, Whelley majored in Communication.

7 p.m., Kreger Hall 319

October 20, 2016
Sports, Protest and Civil Rights

Terrence Moore presents "Sports, Protest and Civil Rights" as part of the Freedom Summer Dialogue Series called "Understanding the Past, Building the Future." Moore, a sports journalist and adjunct Journalism professor, will focus on how the activism of Colin Kaepernick, John Carlos,Tommie Smith, Muhammad Ali and other athletes have challenged perceived notions of athletes, sports, and civil rights. Sponsored by the Office of the President and the Office of Diversity Affairs.

4 p.m., Kumler Chapel

October 26, 2016
Janus Forum featuring Wendy Sherman

Wendy Sherman, former undersecretary at State Department and now global policy counselor for Albright Stonebridge Group, and James Stavritis, retired admiral and supreme commander of NATO who is now dean of The Fletcher School at Tufts University. Sponsored by the Political Science Department with more information on the event site.

6 p.m., ASC Wilks Theater

October 27, 2016
From Oxford to Washington D.C.: Miami grads make their mark on the nation's capitol

18 of the Last 9 guests Marni Goldberg and Emily Siedlak speak. Goldberg is a 2007 JRN grad who served as editor of The Miami Student and is now director of public affairs for the U.S. Department of Commerce and U.S. Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker. Siedlak, class of 2008, is a foreign service officer at the U.S. Department of State. Sponsored by MJF, Miami SPJ, Miami PRSSA and the Inside Washington Program. Free and open to all.

4 p.m., Williams Hall 107 (TV Studio)

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