04/07/2014
Miami Opera presents "Albert Herring" April 10-12
The comic opera "Albert Herring" by Benjamin Britten will be presented by the Miami University departments of music and theatre at 7:30 p.m. April 10-12 in Gates-Abegglen Theatre.
04/04/2014
Miami University Steel Band 20th Anniversary Celebration Concert April 9
The Miami University Steel Band, directed by Chris Tanner, will perform at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 9, in Hall Auditorium.
04/03/2014
Zombies take over Miami University campus
Zombies will be roaming the Miami University campus next week engaged in an epic battle with humans until a winner is declared on Saturday night.
04/03/2014
Elizabeth Mullenix named dean of College of Creative Arts
Elizabeth Reitz Mullenix, interim dean of Miami's College of Creative Arts, has been named dean of the College of Creative Arts. She will assume her new role July 1.
04/02/2014
Miami ranks 1st in Ohio for return on investment: Humanities majors 2nd highest nationally for ROI
Miami ranks 1st in Ohio among public universities for best return on (tuition) investment, according to PayScale.com, a global compensation data website. In addition, Miami ranked 2nd nationally (both public and private) for return on investment of graduates with humanities majors.
03/31/2014
Oxford Kinetics Festival: Celebrating all things kinetic April 6
The fifth annual Oxford Kinetics Festival will be held noon-5 p.m. Sunday, April 6, at Millett Hall. The festival — free and open to all — includes activities for all ages.
03/31/2014
Oscar winner Forest Whitaker to address Miami graduates May 17
Oscar-winning actor Forest Whitaker will be the commencement speaker at Miami University's spring ceremony, 1:30 p.m. Saturday, May 17, at Yager Stadium.
03/28/2014
Miami grad covers the bases to give Reds fans a great experience
Jansen Dell (Miami '04) has been putting in long hours at Great American Ball Park the past two months, making sure everything is ready for opening day.
03/27/2014
Performing Arts Series: ETHEL and Kaki King April 2
The post-classical string quartet ETHEL and virtuoso guitarist Kaki King will perform at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 2, in Hall Auditorium.