As of Monday, Feb. 3, Miami University's Oxford campus received nearly 24,250 first-year applications for the fall 2014 semester, a number that continues to grow as the university finishes processing applications submitted for the Feb. 1 final application deadline. This number exceeds Miami's fall 2013 record-breaking count of 22,520.
With an "eye for art," the legacy left by Miami University alumnus Walter Farmer began while serving in World War II when he was one of America's Monuments Men saving priceless artwork.
A newly published For Love and Honor hardcover photo book, created and edited by Miami University's communications and marketing team, preserves countless cherished Miami moments and is now available at several retail outlets including the Miami University Bookstore.
The Calder Quartet will perform at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 10, at the Oxford Community Arts Center, 10 S. College Ave.
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Miami will hold a dedication ceremony and open house Friday, Feb. 7 for its new Armstrong Student Center. (Dayton Daily News, Sunday, Feb. 2; The Independent, Monday, Feb. 3)
Mike Goldman (career services) and student Samantha Luebbers are quoted in an article about colleges tracking graduates and their jobs and mentions what Miami did to track those numbers. (Dayton Daily News, Monday, Feb. 3; JournalNews, Tuesday, Feb. 4)
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