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The Katsura Tree: Cotton Candy Autumn

The diversity of trees on Miami University’s campus is truly showcased in the fall. Right now, each tree is growing more and more unique, with leaves turning shades of purple, red, yellow, orange. The Katsura tree’s spade-shaped leaves turn yellow before quickly dropping on the ground, and here is where the true fun begins. Unlike […]

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Glad to Know You: Green Oxford

GreenHawks Media is proud to present a series known as “Glad to Know You” featuring organizations on Miami University that are environmentally-oriented. Since it was founded in 2007, environmental organization Green Oxford has been committed to making Miami University and all of Oxford a greener place through action, education, and leadership, according to its student […]

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Off-Campus Recycling

A quick walk around Miami University’s campus will lead you by an abundance of blue bins, presenting students with an easy opportunity to recycle their waste.  But for students living off-campus, the situation is not always as simple. Senior Sammi Vaughan has had poor experiences with the recycling off-campus so far. “I haven’t been able […]

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Get Ready for the Anthropocene

The John W. Altman program under the Humanities Center will present a lecture series that includes 12 speakers over this academic year. The program is titled, “The Anthropocene: A new era in human-environment relations”. The whole series will be kicked off by the one and only Andrew Revkin. Mr. Revkin did his undergraduate studies in […]

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Red, White, Blue and Green at Miami’s Games

There is something new about the sporting events at Miami University. It is not the new football coach, or the recent addition to the Goggin Ice Arena. It is something called the Zero Waste Initiative, and it is helping students take their part in Miami’s movement towards sustainability. The Zero Waste Initiative is a new […]

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The Katsura Tree: Cotton Candy Autumn

The diversity of trees on Miami University’s campus is truly showcased in the fall. Right now, each tree is growing more and more unique, with leaves turning shades of purple, red, yellow, orange. The Katsura tree’s spade-shaped leaves turn yellow before quickly dropping on the ground, and here is where the true fun begins. Unlike […]

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Glad to Know You: Green Oxford

GreenHawks Media is proud to present a series known as "Glad to Know You" featuring organizations on Miami University that are environmentally-oriented. Since it was founded in 2007, … [Read More...]

Recycle  (San Jose, CA; Jan 2009)

Off-Campus Recycling

A quick walk around Miami University’s campus will lead you by an abundance of blue bins, presenting students with an easy opportunity to recycle their waste.  But for students living off-campus, the … [Read More...]

photo courtsey of The New York Times

Get Ready for the Anthropocene

The John W. Altman program under the Humanities Center will present a lecture series that includes 12 speakers over this academic year. The program is titled, “The Anthropocene: A new era in … [Read More...]

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