Power down 1-2 p.m. Friday, July 14
Power strip.pngMiami's physical facilities department will conduct a test Friday, July 14, to gauge preparedness in the event the university is asked to assist in a regional electrical emergency situation.
July updates to traffic and parking
In addition to a section of U.S. Route 27 already being reduced to one lane through Aug. 27, a lower section will close the road for one week.
VoIP telephone upgrades scheduled for July
phone-thumbnail.jpegIT Services will conduct a series of upgrades to Miami’s VoIP telephone system during July, including a firmware update on Saturday, July 15 that will cause a rolling reboot of each telephone.
Miami legends every student should know
Journal-News.com, July 5 (subscription may be required)
Craig Bennett on student-athletes and college preparation pressure
Cleveland Jewish News.com, July 5 (subscription may be required)
John Seibert and Cody Powell on campus intersection
Dayton Daily News.com, July 6 (subscription may be required)
Modern era designer finds her future in ancient letterpress art form
letters-blocks.jpgA letterpress — a 5 x 8 foot Kelsey tabletop to be exact — thrilled Miami University's Erin Moore Beckloff as a not-so-typical wedding gift. She could print her own thank-you notes and, yes, launch a career.
eShipGlobal is available for departmental shipping needs
eship.jpgeShipGlobal, a new shipping tool, is now available to faculty and staff for departmental package and overnight shipping services.
Five Free, Fun Things at Miami in July
5-free-wow.jpgMiami Matters brings you five free, fun things to do at or around Miami each month.