Spring at the art museum this year is more student-involved than ever before
For two of the three main exhibits at the Miami University Art Museum this spring, 18 Miami students either created art for display or curated the capstone exhibition, making this year the most active period for student involvement.
Miami hosts special performances: concert:nova and Shanghai Jiao Tong University Symphony March 11 and 12
The Miami University department of music will host two special performances: concert:nova + Jeffrey Ziegler at 8 p.m. March 11, and the Shanghai Jiao Tong University Symphony Orchestra at 8 p.m. March 12.
Synchronized skating team wins 11th straight national crown
On the final day of the U.S. National Championships, the Miami University collegiate synchronized skating team came away with its 11th-consecutive and 17th overall national crown.
It's On Us: Miami promotes awareness about sexual assault prevention
Miami joins the national awareness initiative, "It's On Us," to stop sexual assault and interpersonal violence on campus.
Lecture Series: Tim Gunn, "Fashioning Life's Lessons: Make it Work"
Tim Gunn, fashion and television personality, will present "Fashioning Life's Lessons: Make it Work" at 7 p.m. Monday, March 9, in Hall Auditorium. His talk is the final lecture in the Miami University 2014-2015 Lecture Series.
Jobs, summer internships and more career fairs on students' radar this spring
Miami University students are preparing for potential jobs and internships after connecting with hundreds of employers at the recent Spring Internship and Career Expo (ICE).
One of America's "most inspiring women," Bonnie St. John, to address May graduates
Bonnie St. John, best-selling author, Paralympic skiing medalist and former White House official will speak to Miami University graduates and families at commencement ceremonies, 1:30 p.m. Saturday, May 16, at Yager Stadium.
Zamboni team fills, chills, thrills at Goggin
Before sunrise, the Zambonis are already gliding around the two rinks at Goggin Ice Center "to wake up the ice," as Jon Elliott puts it.
Russian studies expert Karen Dawisha believes President Vladimir Putin using Ukraine
Karen Dawisha, a Miami University political science professor, claims Russian President Vladimir Putin is using Ukraine as a way to rally Russian citizens around him, drawing their attention away from his controversial past.