Sports Leadership & Management (SLAM) will now have students choose from sport management, sport coaching, or sport communication & media as their area of study, effective beginning the fall 2022 semester.
Despite the uncertainty surrounding the quarterback position for Miami, the team has rallied behind its new signal caller Aveon Smith.
Fifty years ago, the infamous then-President Richard Nixon signed into law what is today known as Title IX, leading to a 545% increase in women’s collegiate sports participation since its inception. The only problem? Hardly any of us have noticed.
Out with the new, in with the old. Leather jackets, plaid, and combat boots are making a comeback as Tiktok revives the “Messy Girl” aesthetic.
Nearly every seat was filled in Oxford’s Court House during city council’s meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 20.
Yes, Maya Hawke sings. Although she’s best known for her role as Robin Buckley on Netflix’s “Stranger Things,” Hawke has been making music since 2019.
We all know and love Steve Harrington from Netflix’s “Stranger Things,” but few fans are aware of actor Joe Keery’s musical pursuits under the stage name Djo (pronounced Joe).
More than 250 people, Miami University students and faculty alike, piled into the Heritage Room in Shriver Center Wednesday, Sept. 21 to hear Daniel Ziblatt go through the history of American democracy. He examined the causes and effects of its downfall.
This year’s Emmys saw returners like “Ted Lasso” win major awards, while newcomers “Squid Game” and “The White Lotus” took multiple awards.
“The Forever Story” is JID’s strongest artistic statement to date.
Keyon Mozee led the offense as the defense and special teams stepped up to earn the RedHawks an upset victory over Northwestern, 17-14.
Miami University students were alerted at around noon today of a suspicious package at Middletown High School, but shortly afterward the package was cleared by the Middletown Police Department.
Iranian students at Miami University held a memorial service Friday, Sept. 23 for Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Iranian woman who died in police custody.
As soon as McCurdy entered the room, the audience burst into thunderous applause. She and Large shared a hug once McCurdy walked onstage. Large informed the audience that Miami is the first university McCurdy would be speaking at as part of her tour.
Everyone has that one album that got them through their first year of college. For me, it was “Jagged Little Pill,” Alanis Morissette’s hit album from 1995.