Scotty's Brewhouse declared bankruptcy at a corporate level, but the Oxford location is independently owned and will remain open.
A former Miami University first-year pled guilty to child pornography charges and avoided jail time at his sentencing hearing on Thursday, July 18.
Cinnamon and Gladish suspended for hallucinogenic-producing plant
Miami University has suspended two professors at the Hamilton regional campus over an incident regarding a rare Iboga tree, the bark of which can be used to produce a psychedelic drug.
Miami University has introduced a program that creates a new path for students to earn their college degree debt-free.
The Butler County Prosecutor, Mike Gmoser, confirmed to The Miami Student that his office is investigating the Delta Tau Delta (Delts) brothers who were identified by Miami University as participating in the alleged hazing of a new member on March 16. Gmoser is considering charging the students with a felony.
The new nursing education facilities construction project in Pearson Hall is underway and on track to finish by next semester.
The student was blindfolded and thrown to the ground. He had been slapped, spit on and kicked from all sides by his fraternity brothers while doing pushups, according to interviews conducted with several new and active members of Miami University's Delta Tau Delta (Delts) fraternity by the Office of Community Standards (OCS).
Miami University student Cameron Wallace, is waiting while the Butler County grand jury decides whether they will charge him with a felony.
Two weeks ago Logan Goddard, a former Miami University student, requested money from a Miami University student for a "plane ticket to auschwitz concentration camp" and a "toasted bagel (gas chamber jews)." In response, Hillel, an organization for Jewish students, is giving students money to donate to anti-hate charities.
The College of Arts and Science will establish a new minor in the fall called medical humanities. This minor will allow students to strengthen their skills in the "human" side of medicine while also learning to communicate effectively with all types of patients.
First-year pre-med major Morgan Durant spent 10 years of her gymnastics career practicing for a coach who verbally abused her and her teammates. Because of the abuse she faced, she abandoned her goal of being recruited for a college team.
This semester featured a number of internal changes for Miami University's Associated Student Government (ASG). Though senators made progress on initiatives to improve the dining plan for on-campus students and access to health resources, ASG's primary focus since January has been on itself.