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Miami Scripps report: Is Ohio ready for its aging population?

While Ohio has improved its long-term care options for the state's aging population by increasing in-home services versus nursing homes, it still lags behind most other states regarding the balance of those services.


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1809 room to become One Eight 09

Miami University's 1809 dining room gets a makeover this summer complete with renovations and changes to the dining experience in what will become the new One Eight 09.


Professor Emeritus David Perry Stewart dies

Miami University Professor Emeritus David Perry Stewart, 93, of Urbana, died Wednesday, May 27, in his residence following several years of failing health.


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Inside Higher Education, Tuesday, May 26

Laura Mandell (English), incoming chair of the Modern Language Association's Information Technology Committee, is quoted in a story about the challenges of tenure review in a digital era.


Atlanta Journal Constitution, Monday, May 18

Guest column by Robert Thurston (history) about the misuse of torture throughout history.


Vindy.com, Thursday, May 28; Cincinnati Enquirer and Daily Herald (Chicago), Friday, May 29

Stories about area high school students who are being awarded National Merit Scholarships mention their intended schools, including Miami.


CityBeat, Tuesday, May 26

Preview of the 60-minute "Secrets Project" says it was group-written by several Miami University students and then nailed down into a performance script that "explores our humanity through secrets."


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  • Fisher Drive to close
    Due to the East Quad Roads and Walks Project and the Marcum Steam Line Project, Fisher Drive will be closed between High Street and Symmes Drive beginning Monday, June 1, until Friday, Aug. 14. Traffic to and from Marcum Conference Center and the Miami Inn will be detoured down Withrow Lane and Shadowy Hills Drive.

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