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Love & Honor Story Project Honors Sidra Capriolo
The Love & Honor Story Project recognizes and honors students enacting the values articulated in the Code of Love and Honor each month. Sophomore Sidra Capriolo is the November recipient of the award.
EcoReps continue reusable water bottle distribution during COVID
EcoReps are students in the residence halls who promote sustainability on campus. Over the past five years, they have secured funding for, designed, purchased and distributed high-quality, reusable water bottles to Miami students.
Miami Prepares Students for the 2020 General Election
As the November 3 election approaches, Miami students are preparing to vote in an election that already looks different from previous years.
COVID-19 Care Packages
Two Miami moms organized over 100 volunteers to create 1000 care packages for on-campus students in isolation or quarantine.
Miami University and Hoxworth Blood Center announce first convalescent plasma blood drive
Hoxworth Blood Center and Miami University have announced plans to host the first-ever convalescent plasma collection event in Ohio.
Miami's public health program engineers a new contact tracing program for Butler County to fight COVID-19
Early this summer, after the COVID-19 pandemic had already swept across the country and shut down college campuses and businesses around the world, Miami's public health program began to put together a plan to help track the virus's rampant spread throughout the local community.
Family Weekend and Homecoming 2020
The Miami Community: Forever and a Day honors tie to Miami by virtually celebrating Homecoming and Family Weekend together for 2020. This year, between October 9 and 18, all Miamians have the opportunity to connect with each other and the university through a menu of virtual options.
Miami gets back to campus, back to donating
Campus blood drives are a proud tradition at Miami University and its partnership with Community Blood Center is unparalleled. But the 42nd annual Greek Week Blood Drive Sept. 21 and Sept. 23 in the Armstrong Student Center held a special place in history.
Student Organizations Rising to the Challenge of a Hybrid Semester
When Miami began the semester remotely in August, student organizations adapted quickly to preserve the Miami experience for incoming and returning students. Student leaders continue to demonstrate their resiliency, resolve, and creativity in staying engaged and connected.