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Miami Media Highlights July 3-9

Miami Media Highlights July 3-9

Fortune, July 8: How a 24-year-old saved enough money to buy a $250,000 house by living in a tiny home her parents built for her in their backyard
This article on ADU’s (Accessory Dwelling Units) cites two Miami Architecture professors as advocates. This was pulled from an article written by Jeff Kruth and Murali  Paranandi published in The Conversation. This also appeared in: 

Northern Kentucky Tribune, July 8: Main Street Ventures to hold second entrepreneur showcase July 25, includes NKY businesses
This article highlights the upcoming Main Street Ventures entrepreneur showcase event, Adventure Through Greater Cincinnati, from 4-8 p.m. on July 25. Recent Miami graduate VaLanDria Smith Lash is quoted and will be part of the vendor showcase.

Oxford Observer, July 6: Officials say affirmative action decision should not impact Miami scholarship programs
This article highlights the recent decision of the Supreme Court in regards to affirmative action and how it might impact college admissions. Bethany Perkins, assistant vice president/director of admissions; Kara Strauss, director of Miami Tribe Relations; and Rodney Coates, professor of Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, are quoted., July 6: How Ohio colleges aim to foster diversity, in wake of U.S. Supreme Court’s end to affirmative action
This article highlights the recent decision of the Supreme Court in reference to diversity in college admission practices. The article includes a joint statement issued by Miami University President Gregory Crawford; Liz Mullenix, provost and executive vice president; and Brent Shock, vice president of enrollment management and student success., June 28, Behind the Grind Episode 3 takes fans inside McVay’s statue unveiling at Miami (Ohio), Rams rookie arrivals, OTAs

This episode of the Los Angeles Rams’ Behind the Grind looks at Miami’s unveiling of the Cradle of Coaches statue of Sean McVay ’08, head coach of the Rams.