The H.O.M.E. office has a new home
home-office-1.jpgMiami University's office of housing options, meals & events (H.O.M.E.) has moved into a new space in the Campus Avenue Building (CAB).
Join the fun: Row with the Confucius Institute for the 2017 Dragon Boat Festival
dragon-logo.jpgMiami University's Confucius Institute is looking for anyone aged 12 or older who is willing to be on a team of rowers for the second annual Hamilton Dragon Boat Festival and Asian Culture Celebration Saturday, Sept. 9, on the Great Miami River.
Miami Mail and Package Center gets new home in Shriver Center
hope-dan-mail1.jpgMiami University's Mail & Package Center moves to its new home in Shriver Center, Wednesday, Aug. 2, and will be open for business, Thursday, Aug. 3, for internal mail receiving and delivery.
Most of Maple Street closed three weeks, July 31-Aug. 18
To complete several significant construction and paving jobs, Miami University will close Maple Street on the Oxford campus from Center Drive to E. Spring St. from July 31-Aug. 18.
Media and culture students receive prestigious NATAS award
limbo.pngSeven recent Miami University graduates have won Ohio Valley Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences regional student production award for best long form fiction production.
Wil Haygood to curate "Harlem Renaissance" exhibition
Wil Haygood, Boadway Distinguished Scholar-in-Residence in Miami University’s department of media, journalism and film, has been named guest curator for the Columbus Museum of Art's upcoming exhibit, "I, Too, Sing America: The Harlem Renaissance at 100."
Andy and Mara Gloor (Miami '93) gift names auditorium in Athletic Performance Center
A major gift from Andy and Mara Gloor (Miami ’93) has named the Andy and Mara Gloor Auditorium in Miami University’s Athletic Performance Center, a multipurpose facility that has become a centerpiece for Miami football.
Gaming at the symphony scores sound win for student
arcade-5-themes.jpgThe centennial season of the Miami University Symphony Orchestra was crowned by the world premiere of "Arcade Variations," a new composition by Per Bloland, assistant professor of music.
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.