Lisa Powell

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Happy 209th birthday, Miami! 9 things you didn’t know about the university’s history
 Miami University, known as the “Yale of the West,” was chartered by the State of Ohio on Feb. 17, 1809. For more than two centuries the school has established traditions and honored its past. Here are nine things to know about the university: A tribute to the Miami tribe. Miami University, established in 1809, is among the oldest...

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Miami University, known as the “Yale of the West,” was chartered by the State of Ohio on Feb. 17, 1809. For more than two centuries the school has established traditions and honored its past. Here are nine things to know about the university: A tribute to the Miami tribe. Miami University, established in 1809, is among the oldest...
SNEAK PEEK: Origami art reaches a whole new level in this Dayton exhibit
 You’ve never seen paper folded like this before.  A school of paper koi swim across a vertical pond, seemingly never-ending pages flow from a book, and creatures made from crumpled wrapping paper float just below the ceiling.  “Above the Fold: New Expressions in Origami” is a showcase for the art of paper folding...

Posted: 2 days ago

You’ve never seen paper folded like this before.  A school of paper koi swim across a vertical pond, seemingly never-ending pages flow from a book, and creatures made from crumpled wrapping paper float just below the ceiling.  “Above the Fold: New Expressions in Origami” is a showcase for the art of paper folding...
Black History Month: 5 remarkable people and places you should know in the Miami Valley
 The Miami Valley is filled with numerous people and places to honor during Black History Month. Here is a sampling of historic sites and contributions from our region:  In 1936, the Paul Laurence Dunbar House at 219 N. Summit St. in Dayton, became the first state memorial to honor an African-American.  Home to one of the...

Posted: 9 days ago

The Miami Valley is filled with numerous people and places to honor during Black History Month. Here is a sampling of historic sites and contributions from our region:  In 1936, the Paul Laurence Dunbar House at 219 N. Summit St. in Dayton, became the first state memorial to honor an African-American.  Home to one of the...