Oxford is home to many movies. How many do you recognize?
The canoe trip was put on by Miami University’s Outdoor Pursuit Center (OPC), and it spanned from Thursday evening to Sunday afternoon the weekend of Fall Break. More than a dozen students and OPC leaders participated in the event.
Every other Friday, Miami students walking to class pass fresh stacks of the latest happenings. On newsstands across campus, the Student’s print edition sits at the end of a long journey, which began the previous Wednesday night.
Butterfields Farm is a fall staple of Oxford with its corn maze and pumpkins.
Another year, another #MoveinMiami. Over the weekend students made their way back to Oxford, onto campus and into residence halls and housing uptown.
While students spent their last few weeks of summer getting ready to move back to Oxford, Miami University and Oxford itself have been busy making improvements.
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.
Lightning flashed and flowers bloomed as Miamians donned shorts and umbrellas to sun and slosh their way through the first days of April. Spring semester brings warmth, rain, thoughts of graduation and different challenges for Miami University’s Physical Facilities Department.
The Asian American Association hosted their largest event of the year on Feb. 25. Hall Auditorium was filled with eager friends, family and other Miami University students there to experience one of the largest cultural events on campus.