Miami University’s chapter of Kappa Delta (KD) held several events in recognition of National Suicide Awareness Month and in remembrance of sophomore member Daniela DiSanto, who died this August.
After living through a pandemic, many students have found it more complicated to navigate the throws of common sicknesses, like colds and strep throat.
At its Sept. 28 meeting, Miami University’s Associated Student Government (ASG) elected senators to its steering committee and the Student Life Council.
A University Senate subcommittee recommended Miami University not renew its contract with Proctorio for next year due to concerns voiced by students and faculty.
Miami University’s Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion (CSDI) is hosting events in celebration of national Bisexual Awareness Week Sept. 16-23.
Miami University’s 18th annual Latin American and Caribbean Unidiversity Festival made its 2021 debut on Friday, Sept. 17 in Uptown Park.
Miami University faculty fear two bills being considered by The Ohio House of Representatives would alter the way they can teach race and current events in the classroom.
Jim Obergefell, plaintiff in the landmark Supreme Court case legalizing gay marriage Obergefell v. Hodges, spoke to Miami University students on Sept. 14 for the annual Lloyd and Mary O’Hara Lecture in Law and Politics.
Miami University, along with Northern Kentucky University and Cincinnati State Technical and Community College, announced an alliance to close equity gaps in higher education.
Miami University received 10,000 additional at-home COVID-19 antigen testing kits as of Sept. 8 as tests have been in-demand the first three weeks of classes.
Following the passing of Collin’s Law this summer, Ohio colleges and universities are now required to implement hazing education as well as prevent issues that allow hazing to continue. But Miami University has had a self-led Greek course since 2018, and at this time won’t be changing its requirements for Greek-affiliated students.
After a year and a half of being at home and online, Miami University students have finally returned to a schedule of mostly in-person classes.
Miami University professors have spent the past three weeks surveying the beginning of their second year with increased workloads.
In its first in-person meeting in more than 18 months, ASG allocated its first round of student organization funding and approved its internal operating budget (IOB) for the fall semester.
Wayne L. Dancie, a student at Miami University, was walking across a bridge on Western Campus when he decided “Bridges” would be the perfect name for his new program that would increase diversity at Miami. This November, Miami University’s Bridges Program is celebrating its 40th anniversary.