Hank Green visited Miami University to discuss science in the digital age, life on the internet and bridging political partisanship.
Former Provost Jason Osborne's third-year evaluation should have been published April 15. Instead, he resigned.
Miami University’s Associated Student Government (ASG) voted on a resolution presenting student restaurant preferences at its Sept. 27 meeting.
Miami University’s Associated Student Government (ASG) and Diversity Affairs Council (DAC) held their fourth annual Inclusion Forum on Wednesday, Sept. 28, themed “Essential Equity and Access.”
Thomas Garcia wants to be remembered as “a good professor, a good musician, a good colleague.”
Running a university is hard. At Miami University, 17 Trustees, a 20-member Executive Cabinet for the president, an 11-member Provost's Office, an academic dean for each college and a host of other administrators come together daily to make decisions that impact students and faculty alike.
Miami University President Greg Crawford delivered his biannual State of the University address on Wednesday, Sept. 28, at Hall Auditorium.
Six Miami University students were arrested and several others received citations for underage drinking on Sunday, Sept. 25.
This summer, Peren Tiemann spent a weekend in New York City reporting for Town and Country magazine.
Dog therapy has risen in popularity across the country and continues to grow at Miami as well. Specially trained and certified, these four-legged therapists have more to offer than being cute and good at cuddling.
Sports Leadership & Management (SLAM) will now have students choose from sport management, sport coaching, or sport communication & media as their area of study, effective beginning the fall 2022 semester.
Miami University students were alerted at around noon today of a suspicious package at Middletown High School, but shortly afterward the package was cleared by the Middletown Police Department.
Iranian students at Miami University held a memorial service Friday, Sept. 23 for Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Iranian woman who died in police custody.
As soon as McCurdy entered the room, the audience burst into thunderous applause. She and Large shared a hug once McCurdy walked onstage. Large informed the audience that Miami is the first university McCurdy would be speaking at as part of her tour.
Butler County’s risk level for COVID-19 has downgraded to low risk, according to an email from Miami University’s COVID response team on Friday, Sept. 23.
Initially opened in early 2022, Oxford Originals is a student-run business for those looking to professionally record music. Unfortunately, due to various complications, it was closed before the end of the spring semester. Now, it’s back.