Miami University and several current and former administrators have been sued for wrongful death. Unlike speeding and littering which are household terms, a wrongful death lawsuit is more complicated than a ticket or a fine.
Students, faculty and staff at Miami University gathered in solidarity with Miami's chapter of Students Demand Action to protest gun violence in America on Wednesday, April 12.
In early August, the four-story construction project overlooking Uptown Park next to Corner Bar is scheduled to open for Miami University students to move into their new apartments and for locals to dine at the business on its ground floor.
Art students Miami University get to work with a variety of mediums and materials, like metals and oil painting. The catch? They have to pay for most of what they use-- and it's not cheap.
The Miami University Senate met in Harrison Hall April 4 to discuss tenure, different policy revisions, ASG year-in-review and Ohio Senate Bill 83.
On April 3, Abel Stose, the Chief of Police for the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma, visited Miami University’s Hamilton campus and hosted a virtual lecture about the history of the Miami Tribe and problems police officers are facing today.
At Oxford City Council’s April 4 meeting, councilors focused on sustainability and housing.
This year was the first Greek Life recruitment experience with the implemented training. Despite its purpose, it had little effect on the number of investigations into hazing claims.
In honor of sexual assault awareness month (SAAM), Miami University is holding several events across campus to bring attention to sexual violence, how to prevent it and how to support those who are affected by it.
As students are meeting with advisors and looking at classes for the upcoming fall 2023 semester, The Miami Student has compiled a list of some of the most unique classes being offered.
Between high prices, a pressure to sign leases early and a fast-moving market, Miami University students struggle to navigate finding off-campus housing.
On Friday, March 17, the Faculty Alliance of Miami (FAM) announced that Miami University librarians have officially filed for recognition as a collective bargaining unit.
The March 14 meeting for Miami University’s Associated Student Government (ASG) included presentations from both Mayor William Snavely and Councilor Jason Bracken about the funding issues facing the Oxford Fire Department.
On March 3, after two days of committee meetings, Miami University’s Board of Trustees gathered in Marcum Conference Center to meet with chief administrators and receive updates on the university’s big news.
Few students at Miami University have experienced what the tradition of Green Beer Day was like before the pandemic, but that’s not stopping them from getting involved in the celebration this year.
The lecture was hosted by Miami University’s Western Center for Social Impact and Innovation in collaboration with the Myaamia Center.
The new Fisher Innovation College @ Elm Center located on 20 S. Elm St. will provide a space for small businesses to start up in Oxford.