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University Libraries hosts International Games Day event

Miami University Libraries will be a host site for the American Library Association's 6th Annual International Games Day event 4-8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16.

"Step Out" and learn about diabetes

November is American Diabetes Month and to promote awareness, Miami University is offering wellness programs to support the treatment and prevention of diabetes.

“Opera and Art” at the art museum Nov. 15-16

"Opera and Art," featuring a tour of the art museum followed by a concert of opera's most beloved opera scenes and arias, will be held Nov. 15 and 16.

Visual music, audience participation part of lecture-recital and concert by composer Mark Applebaum Nov. 15

Composer Mark Applebaum - the "mad scientist of music" - will present a lecture-recital, "Boredom: The Real Secret to Creativity," at noon and a concert at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15.

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James Tobin interviewed about “The Man He Became”

Interview with James Tobin (media, journalism and film) about his book “The Man He Became.” (FOX Business’ Lou Dobbs Tonight, Tuesday, Nov. 12)

Number of university botany departments declining

Article about the decreasing number of universities that have botany departments mentioned the University Senate at Miami approved a resolution to merge its botany and zoology departments in September 2012, and the two departments reopened as a new biology department this fall. (U.S. News and World Report, Tuesday, Nov. 12)

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