Miami University senior goaltender Cody Reichard will leave Miami with a remarkable career. As a sophomore in 2010 he was named CCHA player of the year. He had 53 career wins, 12 of which were shutouts, tying for second in number of shutouts in school history. But the legacy he leaves at Miami goes beyond school records.
Miami University's IT services seeks public comment on a proposed switch to Google Apps for Education, which would provide email and calendaring service to employees.
Campus Activities Council (CAC) invites Miami faculty and staff to bring children, grandchildren, nieces or nephews to its annual KidsFest weekend Friday, April 20, and Saturday, April 21. All children ages 14 and under are invited to the "Go for the Gold!" themed event featuring games, food, inflatables, prizes and crafts. There is no cost to participate.
Bill Zehler, Miami University's horticulturist, strategically plans the planting of seasonal flowers and bulbs all over campus. While nurturing thousands of seed varieties over the last 15 years into beautiful flowers, Zehler also grew another passion of his - volleyball. What started with coaching the Miami Women's Club team has flourished into directing a regional program that serves almost 15,000 children.
The Miami University Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Ricardo Averbach, will perform at 8 p.m. Tuesday, April 24, in Hall Auditorium. The concert will showcase the winners of the department of music's annual Concerto Competition: Ray Jacinto, master's student in music performance, bassoon; and David Locke, junior music performance major, horn.
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Miami University is one of the first Ohio schools to offer gender-neutral housing for students.
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Events: Oxford and Regionals
Celebrate Earth Day at Earth Fest, 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. Saturday, April 21, at Oxford Uptown Parks. Sponsored by the Institute for the Environment and Sustainability, the event features live music, activities for children, local environmental organizations and businesses and raffle prizes.
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