Singing spirituals while mobs shouted racial epithets and threw rocks, Terri Jackson Embry ’60 later said joining Dr. King’s march to Montgomery changed her life.
In honor of National Bagel Day, we take you into one of Uptown Oxford's most popular restaurants among Miamians.
A retired teacher and school administrator, Miamian Sue Jones rallies Oxford, Ohio, volunteers to produce nearly 1,000 backpacks full of school supplies for children and toiletries for adults.
Psychologist Jeffrey Hunger dispels five myths about a weight-centered approach to good health. By Donna Boen ’83 MTSC ’96 What you weigh is not a great indicator of how healthy you are. That’s according to Jeffrey Hunger, an assistant professor in Miami University’s Psychology Department who, as a social and health psychologist, has spent the … Continue reading Weight! You Don’t Say
From last-minute shopping for your child’s must-have toy to finding that one special ingredient for your family’s holiday recipe, your shopping, and overall consumer experience, may not be what you had anticipated this year due to supply chain issues. If you’re off to a bumpy start, you’re not alone. We recently talked with with Miami … Continue reading Should you worry? Miami alumnus says ‘don’t panic’