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Hot, dry and dusty renovations to make way for green at Cook Field

Too hot and too dry describes the construction site at Cook Field as crews prepare for new synthetic turf, new irrigated natural grass and new restroom facilities.

Pigskin Preview and Cookout coming Aug. 11

Football, food and fun will be the order of the day at Yager Stadium on Saturday, Aug. 11, when Miami University's athletic department brings back the Pigskin Preview and Cookout presented by the Oxford Chamber of Commerce.

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Miami in the News

Akron Beacon Journal, Tuesday, July 17

Story about State Sen. Tom Sawyer introducing a bill to cap students' overload fees at state universities says Ohio State and Miami do not charge overload fees, so students can take an unlimited number of credits without paying extra.

ESPN, Friday, July 13, and Sports Business News, Monday, July 16

Story about many athletes trademarking phrases they use says trademark protection can be sought for almost anything and mentions that Miami University has trademarked its nickname, "The Cradle of Coaches."

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  • ALA Freedom from Smoking
    Thinking about quitting smoking? Get started with American Lung Association's Freedom from Smoking program. This class is the alternative to completing the Tobacco Free Certification for the Healthy Miami Premium Discount Program. Registration is available through your HealthyU account.

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