Beginning in the fall semester of 2019-2020, Miami University is changing the Miami Pathways program for students who were not originally offered admission to the Oxford campus. In the past, the Miami Pathway Program was only offered to students from nearby towns, who would be required to commute to the regional campuses for their first semester.
In an unexpected move, Miami University's Associated Student Government (ASG) elected a first-year to its leadership, confirming political science major Benjamin Mitsch as Speaker Pro Tempore at its meeting Tuesday, Feb. 12. Senators also rejected ASG's Red Brick Rewards funding system at the meeting.
Miami University's Associated Student Government (ASG) filled eight of its 11 open seats, swearing in seven new senators and a new Secretary for On-Campus Affairs, at its meeting Tuesday, Feb. 5.
Miami University's chapter of fraternity Theta Chi was temporarily suspended by Dean of Students Kimberly Moore on Thursday, Jan. 31 following a general conduct report received by Moore and the Office of Community Standards (formerly known as OESCR).