Thank you, veterans

Alumni Veterans Tribute recognizes Miamians’ military service “That Miami has produced more than its share of military leaders over generations, from Souers to Buehl to Higgins to Arthur to Ralston, underscores its reputation as a premier institution of relatively small size. Consequently, a tribute to Miami Veterans not only honors America's fighting men and women, … Continue reading Thank you, veterans

Keeping the conversation going

Erik Jensen may not have been able to see the audience during his recent virtual presentation, “Miami Presents: The Stonewall Riots,” but that didn’t mean he couldn’t still connect with Miamians afterward. An associate professor of history at Miami, Jensen received several comments following his talk, which focused on the history of the Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village and its impact on the LGBTQ+ movement ...

Two meanings for niila myaamia

I am often asked to speak about the relationship between the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma and Miami University. As the director of Miami Tribe Relations, that is part of my job – to educate the Miami community about the Tribe and its relationship with the university. Usually, my audience is new to the topic, so I start at the beginning ...