Miami University will host the inaugural Freedom Summer Film Festival in Leonard Theatre, Peabody Hall from Nov. 8-12.
Miami University hosted a premiere screening of Amazon Prime’s “The College Tour: Miami University” in Taylor Auditorium in the Farmer School of Business on Saturday, Nov. 6.
The Myaamia Center’s Executive Director Daryl Baldwin was sworn into the National Council on the Humanities (NCH) on Oct. 21 following his nomination by President Joe Biden in April and confirmation by the U.S. Senate last month.
Miami University students shared their sidewalks and facilities with students of a shorter kind Thursday afternoon.
Work+ is a program at Miami’s regional campuses designed to help students get an affordable college degree, earn professional workplace experience and stand out to future employers. It partners with local employers to hire students for entry-level positions.
Miami University’s Associated Student Government (ASG) confirmed its new Directors of Transgender Equity & Inclusion and elected four new senators at its Nov. 2 meeting.
The exhibition, which showcases 55 artists and 64 works of art, debuted on Aug. 24 and will continue to show until Dec. 11. The exhibition routinely shows every four years and brings together pieces created by current faculty in the Department of Art, emeritus professors and alumni of the Department of Art.
In 2021, a working laptop is a student’s lifeline to all things college. Everything takes place online, from homework assignments to class registration. Lyndsey Carter, a sophomore marketing major, only realized her laptop’s importance after it stopped working.
Before March 2020, Miami University’s Crisis Call Center was a giant box of phones stored in two suitcases.
Miami University held a groundbreaking ceremony on Monday, Oct. 25, for the incoming Richard M. McVey data science building. The ceremony, originally scheduled for Sept. 22 but postponed due to inclement weather, was held to celebrate the ongoing construction of the McVey building.
In June 2019, the Board of Trustees approved the Strategic Plan, a list of 30 recommendations for Miami to prepare for the volatile future of higher education. Points 19 and 20 called for curriculum reviews of all undergraduate and graduate programs, laying the groundwork for APEIP.
Miami University faculty and even President Greg Crawford have made themselves available as writers and sources for national media and city newspapers across the country in a formal effort to position faculty as nationally recognized experts in their fields.
Miami University’s Department of Media, Journalism and Film (MJF) joined with the Department of History for a special screening of “Storm Lake” on Tuesday, Oct. 19.
Miami University’s Associated Student Government (ASG) held a brief panel discussion for faith-based student organizations at its Oct. 19 meeting.
As a sophomore at Miami University, Emil Barr already wears quite a few hats. Barr is a double major in business economics and international studies and is the Business Manager of The Miami Student.
The Center for Student Diversity (CSDI) celebrated the opening of its Open Door Clothes Closet on Wednesday, Oct. 13. The clothes closet will serve as a place for transgender and gender diverse students to get clothing that affirms their gender.