Jeffery Jones, a full-time student at Miami University, died unexpectedly on Friday, Jan. 13.
Hugh Joseph Morgan, an esteemed professor emeritus of English and journalism who spent 23 years teaching at Miami University, died on Dec. 6, 2022, in Cincinnati. He is remembered fondly by students, colleagues and family.
Miami University student Anish Rajan Rajaram and his parents were found dead by police in their home in Dublin, Ohio.
Jeanette Altarriba, one of the finalists for Miami University’s provost search, participated in an open forum on Dec. 2.
Miami University and Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS) announced the expansion of their partnership within the Transformative Educators Advocating Change (TEACh) Cincinnati program this fall. The program addresses the teacher shortage within CPS and nationwide, while also contributing to the growth and development of student education.
If you ask any of Kimberly Hamlin’s students, current or former, what impact she has made on their time at Miami University, the response will be nothing short of life-changing.
With the increase of electric bikes and scooters on campus, most Miami University students know to lock up their vehicle, or it will be stolen.
Lynn Okagaki, a finalist in the search for Miami University’s new provost, met with members of Miami’s Oxford campus in an open forum to answer questions on Friday, Nov. 18.
The shutdowns resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic put an immense strain on Miami University’s financial income, and the Farmer School of Business was no exception. To fix its vast loss of revenue, its solution was to enroll more students.
The planning commission will review feedback before meeting on Dec. 13 to begin the plan’s adoption process.
The three Miami University students who trespassed onto Miami Hillel’s property and knocked over a religious hut have accepted guilty pleas for the crime. The students will now each pay a $750 fine in addition to $1,099 owed for damages to the Sukkot which will be split between them.
On Nov. 10, Harvard professor Anette Gordon-Reed spoke to Miamians about her most recent book, “On Juneteenth.”
Three student artists were awarded cash prizes for their submissions to the 2022 Student Response Exhibition, a yearly student art showcase.
The air smells like fresh produce and delicious meats when you walk through the doors. As you move toward the vibrant and newly stocked shelves in front of you, you overhear friendly laughter coming from the checkout counter. Welcome to MOON Co-Op.
Nov. 8 is national first-generation (first-gen) celebration day, but instead of a single day, Miami University has an entire week devoted to first-gen students.
Before Caleb Wright, a mathematics and integrated math education double major, began his first year at Miami University, he knew he wanted to study abroad, but as his senior year began, he had to prepare for student teaching.
From the moment Zoe Mervis stepped on Miami University’s campus, she made it her goal to get involved in extracurriculars.
After more than two years of closure, the Starbucks in Miami University’s Withrow Hall is back and growing in popularity among North Quad students.