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Renovated Marcum Center provides modern feel with old-world charm

Visitors to the newly renovated Marcum Hotel & Conference Center would never guess that the extensions of the east and west wings were new. The new brick on the outside looks identical to the old. Inside however, new is everywhere. The Miami community can see the new spaces between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday, Sept. 24, during an open house.

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Annual Volunteer Fair Tuesday, Sept. 25

Miami University's office of community engagement and service hosts its annual Volunteer Fair from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 25, in the Shriver Center multipurpose rooms.

A Miami Moment with ... Kelton Kosik

Ohio native and Miami alumnus Kelton Kosik ('09) couldn't be happier with his decision to return to Oxford and share his passion for Miami as the assistant director of communications in the office of enrollment management. Kosik takes a Miami moment to remember one professor.

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New Scientist, Wednesday, Sept. 19

Article about inequalities between young Hispanics and aging whites and the need for them to work together mentions research by Deborah Fletcher (economics) and David Figlio of Northwestern University.

L'essentiel online, Wednesday, Sept. 19

Feature on Miami's Luxembourg campus quotes Thierry Leterre (dean, Dolibois European Center).

U.S. News & World Report, Wednesday, Sept. 19

Story about how to know if you should apply to college early mentions that early decision applicants can't automatically assume a lowered bar and says Miami offers them a mere 1 percent advantage.

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  • Professor recounts Eurasian experience
    Daniel Prior, history, will present "Riding Through a Kirghiz Epic Poem" at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 25, at the Miami University Museum of Art. Prior and a Kirghiz assistant traveled 1,100 kilometers on horseback in 1994 to follow the route of the hero of an epic poem, Bok Murun. The lecture is in conjunction with the museum's fall exhibition "Grass Routes: Pathways to Eurasian Culture," through Dec. 8.

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