Many customers have an opinion about when, where and how much to tip. For some people, tipping their bartender is a common courtesy even if they don’t leave much. For others, the decision to leave a tip and the amount depends on the bartender’s quality of service.
After Thanksgiving break, students return to colleges across the country, disappointed by the stressful weeks coming up. At Miami University, the phenomenon remains the same. The conclusion of the semester means finals, projects and countless hours in the library.
Almost two months after the Oct. 7 attack, Miami University's Hillel hosted El-Hai to share his story.
When first-year students get their dorm room assignments, it can feel like a game of roulette. Some students get placed in newly renovated residence halls, while others are placed in less-than-ideal conditions.
November is coming to an end, which means Christmas trees are out and lights are up. While some of Oxford’s Uptown businesses are taking part in the holiday festivities, others are getting ready for a very slow few weeks.
The award honors those who excel in civil rights activism within the modern era.
RedHawk Ventures is one of the most involved clubs on Miami University’s campus, and the resources of the club have been used to help both current and former students to fund their companies and build connections.
The new Oxford Area Trails System maps, created using the pre-existing Miami University Natural Area maps and the City of Oxford’s Oxford Area Trails (OATS), won best in the reference map gallery and best of show map across all categories at the 2023 Ohio Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Conference.
Oxford Fire Department (OFD) struggles under the pressure of serving the townships of Oxford, Hanover and Riley and the more than 16,000 students enrolled at Miami University living in Oxford.
Miami University’s Associated Student Government (ASG) responded to President Greg Crawford’s statement on the Israel-Hamas war, passed legislation regarding Oxford resident and student interaction and updated Senate Standing Rules on Nov. 14 during its weekly meeting.
The event featured Kristina Johnson, former president of the Ohio State University (OSU) and now SUNY Chancellor, alongside Gov. Mitch Daniels, former president of Purdue University and the 49th governor of Indiana.
Some students chose Miami University because of its beautiful campus. Others chose it for the college town-feel of Oxford and the nightlife of Uptown.
Starting the 2024-2025 award year, the Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA) Simplification Act will be put into effect, impacting the way aid is awarded and the structure of the form itself.
Today is Election Day in Oxford, and voters are turning out across three polling locations: the Marcum Hotel and Conference Center, Talawanda High School and Kramer Elementary School. On the local ballot this year are three seats on Oxford City Council, one Oxford Township Trustee position and three seats on the Talawanda School Board as well as Issues 1 and 2.
Tucked away in the back corner of the Center for Student Engagement, Activities and Leadership in Armstrong Student Center is the Wilks Institute for Leadership and Service headquarters.
The community manager of a residence hall at Miami University,sent out an email containing provocative wording to advertise a safe sex education event.
The LGBTQ+ student organization held an event of trans joy to protest a speaker on campus promoting bans on gender-affirming care for minors.