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Miami mourns the loss of John E. Dolibois

John E. Dolibois, former U.S. ambassador to Luxembourg and last survivor of a team that interrogated top-ranking Nazis for the Nuremberg Trials, died Friday, May 2, at his home in Cincinnati. He was 95.

Goldman Prize winner to live in Egypt, write book on the "Untold Narratives of Egypt's Awakening"

Miami University senior Emily Crane, recipient of the $30,000 Joanna Jackson Goldman Memorial Prize, will spend a year in Egypt writing a book: "Voices of the Revolution."

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Killian endowment to strengthen Miami's career services

Gary M. Killian (Miami' 81) and his wife, Julia, of Rye, N.Y., recently made a gift totaling more than $360,000 to create an endowment in support of Miami University's office of career services.

Miami senior touches up his psych skills with device creation

While many students spend their summer vacations playing on their various touch-screen contraptions, Miami University senior David Gorley decided to make one. For the past year, the psychology major with an entrepreneurship minor has been dedicating days and nights to the creation of his Multi-Touch Device, a kind of giant interactive track pad that serves to connect humans to a virtual world.

Symphony Orchestra, Concerto Competition winners, May 7

The Miami University Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Ricardo Averbach, will perform at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 7, in Hall Auditorium. The concert will feature the winners of the annual Concerto Competition.

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Passage of HB 484 affects Ohio universities

Sentinel Tribune, Thursday, May 01

Kelly Bennett on student selfies during graduation

Miami Herald, Friday, May 2

April Smith on facebook effecting eating disorders

Nambian Sun, Thursday, May 1

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