“Dancing with the Stars” had an action-packed second night in the ballroom Tuesday where dancers performed as everyone’s favorite Disney villains.
The Miami Apiculture Society (MAS) is the first student-run beekeeping organization on Miami University’s campus. The club welcomes students from all backgrounds, regardless of whether they have beekeeping experience.
This weekend, the Miami University RedHawks football team looks to bounce back with a win over the University of Akron.
The Center for Student Diversity (CSDI) celebrated the opening of its Open Door Clothes Closet on Wednesday, Oct. 13. The clothes closet will serve as a place for transgender and gender diverse students to get clothing that affirms their gender.
I’m not saying that you should drop out and backpack for three months on the Appalachian Trail or drive up to Hueston Woods every afternoon. It’s just worth a shot to check out Miami University’s 1000 acres of natural areas.
Pickle and Pig, a prohibition themed restaurant, is coming to Oxford.
The galaxy far, far away is ever-expanding, and the most recent release of “Star Wars: Visions” is a stunning addition to the franchise.
The RedHawks had just defeated Central Michigan 28-17 in their first Mid-American Conference (MAC) matchup, which was a rematch of 2019’s conference championship game. Still, the team couldn’t overcome the Eastern Michigan Eagles, losing 13-12 on the road.
Oxford Police Department (OPD) Chief John Jones took the stand at Oxford City Council’s Oct. 5 meeting to swear in the city’s newest police officer.
On June 30, 2020, fans of hip-hop trio Injury Reserve awoke to the news of group member Steppa J Groggs’ death at just 32.
"Nicki Minaj vs. The Barbs" is the 8th episode of The Miami Student's entertainment podcast, Pop Culture Convos. This week on Pop Culture Convos, our Editor-in-Chief Tim Carlin and Entertainment Editor David Kwiatkowski have a candid conversation about being devout Nicki Minaj fans while also realizing the implications of her controversies.
"Beer, Besties and Bricken" is the second episode of the semester of The Miami Student podcast, Behind the Brick, which is released bi-weekly. In this episode your host, Anna McDougall, talks about the in and outs of a Saturday in Oxford. She covers everything from darties, to fried chicken, to night time naps and just how the Miami students spend their weekends, when football is not the forefront of Saturday entertainment.
This summer marked the first time Cantwell and her husband, Seth, lived on-site with their animals – a flock of chickens, two pigs and about 60 sheep, though only the lambs born this year are currently living in the Cantwells’ new barn.
Kate recalls spending her days in the hospital, reading to her newborn daughter. Years later, Byrd said she and Addi came up with the idea to help give back to other children.
First-year psychology major Isabella Fordyce had more than a couple reasons to be crying on September 13. Her mom, Jessica Fordyce, was far more than an arm’s length away. In sunny California, 2,500 miles away, there was little she could do to comfort her eldest daughter, the first she had sent away to college.