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12/14/2018
Updated fraternity standards: Focusing on the future
Starting in spring 2019, specific changes to fraternity life at Miami University will strengthen principles and limit risk among the fraternity chapters.
12/10/2018
Miami fraternity student’s friendship helps Hamilton student recover from lung transplant
Dayton Daily News.com and Springfield News Sun.com, Dec. 10 (subscription may be required)
11/26/2018
Mobile app enables text to MUPD for help
guardian-screenshotb1.jpgA new tool, Rave Guardian, is available for contacting Miami University police. The application is available for Android and iOS smartphones.
11/19/2018
Professionalism 101 - New Collaboration with Graduate School
rinella-sign-thumbnail.pngRinella Learning Center is partnering with a Graduate School initiative to provide support and build community among Miami University graduate students.
11/14/2018
Miami offers NetNutrition to help you meet nutritional goals
group-dining-hall-crop.jpgMiami University's dining services recently launched NetNutrition to help customers make educated food choices.
11/01/2018
Oxford Empty Bowls: 16th annual soup luncheon Nov. 10
image001.pngOxford Empty Bowls will host its 16th annual soup luncheon 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10, at the Oxford Community Arts Center, 10 S. College Avenue.
10/31/2018
Miami students work to engage young voters
fallstudents.jpgThey’re on opposite sides with similar goals: register people to vote and get them to the polls. Ahead of the 2018 midterm election, the Miami University College Republicans and Democrats are in high gear.
10/25/2018
Miami Tribe of Oklahoma awarded national honor for cultural and language revitalization
honors-honoring-nations.jpgThe Miami Tribe of Oklahoma has received a prestigious national award recognizing its cultural heritage and language revitalization program.
10/22/2018
Miami Pilots Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Course
diversity-module-thumbnail.jpgMiami University is piloting a new Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion course for select populations this fall.