A Miami University student entrepreneur proves you don't need to be a college dropout tech genius to become a successful entrepreneur.
When I came to Miami University in fall 2020, there wasn’t much to do. Most of my classes were on Zoom, so I spent a lot of time just sitting in my residence hall room. Then, I discovered Miami and Oxford’s trails.
If you’ve been to the Armstrong Student Center this semester, you may have noticed that things are a little different. Specifically, the food.
Oxford and Miami community members came together Friday night for Red Brick Friday: Streets & Eats, an evening of music, games, food and fun.
High-school seniors applying to Miami University this fall won’t need to break open their wallets to fill out their applications.
Miami University’s COVID Response Team announced an outbreak of COVID-19 cases on campus in an email to students Thursday, Sept. 1.
During the spring 2021 semester, first-year Molly Schneider and three of her friends signed a lease for their junior-year apartment that, at the time, didn’t even exist.
President Joe Biden made steps towards fulfilling one of his campaign promises when he announced current students and college graduates could receive up to $20,000 in student loan forgiveness.
Election packets and petitions for Miami University’s Associated Student Government’s (ASG) fall 2022 senate elections are live now until Friday.
The inaugural mental health fee for incoming first-year students at Miami University has created six full-time positions to support mental health on campus.
Through curiosity and passion, Martha Castañeda, professor and director of foreign language education at Miami University, has dedicated her career to furthering her field.
According to the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), 5,849 undergraduate students — about 34% of Miami’s undergraduate student population — were awarded federal student loans for the 2019-2020 school year.
Miami University is getting ready to welcome the class of 2026 after a record number of applications.
Miami University is implementing a new peer-led diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) educational program called Nellie Craig Scholars. The program, projected to start in spring 2023, is named after Nellie Craig Walker, the first black graduate of Miami in 1905.
Organizers for Miami University faculty’s efforts to unionize have been busy this summer. And their work may be paying off as the group moves on to the next step in the unionization process.
Miami University raised nearly $100 million in the 2022 fiscal year, and almost half of it will go toward student scholarships.
Although this year’s orientation was in-person, some virtual elements introduced in the past two years were included.
College is expensive, and textbooks are no exception.