Packing for college is hard. For a lot of people, it’s the first time they’re leaving home, so it can be difficult to decide what to bring and what not to bring.
Students will not be required to wear masks on Miami University’s campus or participate in surveillance testing this upcoming fall, despite Butler County's high risk status.
The account, @dearmiamiu, serves as a platform where students, both current and former, can share stories about being marginalized on campus.
The letter, which was dated July 11, contains previous statements from Panhellenic about fostering conversations surrounding social issues and, as Chapdelaine wrote, it’s failing to meet these standards.
While Butler County is considered high risk, Miami University students, faculty and staff will be required to wear masks indoors on campus.
Professors from Miami and Wright State University (WSU) found that a change in the Facebook algorithm may have increased the visibility of posts from local Republican parties.
Miami University students, until June 24, had not known an America without the landmark ruling of Roe v. Wade. With the Supreme Court’s decision to overrule the case, students are now planning for the post-Roe future.
The end of the school year can be an emotional time for college seniors about to embark on the next chapter of their life. But another population goes through a similar experience: retiring faculty.
Student burnout is at an all-time high. Mixed-format classes have made it harder for students to learn material. Soaring mental health issues and poor outlooks for the future are hampering motivation and work ethic. With this in mind, Miami University has developed new methods to protect students’ GPAs and ensure academic success.
Carter Hamilton, an associate professor in the department of mechanical and manufacturing engineering at Miami University, received a Fulbright Scholar Award and will travel to Poland this summer and fall semester to study metals and welding.
To help mitigate the financial losses caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. Department of Education awarded Miami more than $76 million through the Education Stabilization Fund (ESF).
Upham Hall is undergoing renovations to install a system that will convert the central area of campus to hot water heating.
Unpredictable springtime weather in Oxford was exemplified by snowfall on April 18 – roughly one month into the spring season. As a result, some Miami staff and students have noticed a drop in the number of outdoor activities.
The faculty union could have a significant impact on student experience and faculty engagement outside of the classroom.
The program encourages kids from New Miami Elementary school to have the confidence to pursue higher education.
The intensity of the COVID-19 pandemic has led to burnout and caused students to lose the energy and resilience to finish the semester strong.
Provost Jason Osborne’s tenure has been one filled with challenge and conflict – perhaps more than any Miami University provost.
Students share their thoughts on the leaked Supreme Court draft which would overturn Roe v. Wade, a 49 year old decision which protects a woman's right to an abortion without excessive government restriction.