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Miami ranks in top 25 for campus dining offerings
dividends-salad.jpgWhere do you go for that late-night snack? How about a quick break in between classes?
Hike-A-Thon Plus Kicks Off Week of Wellness
hikathon.jpgHike anytime on Saturday, September 29th from 9am - 2pm. All Miamil faculty, staff, students, and community members of Oxford are invited. Even 4-legged friends on leashes are welcome.
Miami grad raises $25,000+ while hiking to provide mental health support to teens
preston-kahn-new-hampshire.pngWith each mile he hikes along the 2,190-mile Appalachian Trail, Preston Kahn (Miami ’18) is raising funds for a new program that provides a safety net for young people struggling with mental health issues. Kahn is passionate about the cause because he has battled anxiety and depression since he was a teen.
It's Fall Time for Fitness 4 Life
hm-badge-200x200.jpgFitness 4 Life Fall schedule begins August 27th.
Miami Employees Achieve Over 3,000 Hours of Physical Activity
tour-challenge-300x275.jpgMiami Employees Achieve Over 3,000 Hours of Physical Activity
Putting Old Ideas Out to Pasture. Dietitians Embrace Change in an Ever-evolving Industry.
southern-womens-show-nashville-3x2.jpgKarman Meyer, registered dietitian and a graduate of Miami University’s dietetics program explains some of the misunderstandings about beef.
Student-developed web app explores overdose deaths in Butler County
overdose-screenshot.jpgA new interactive web app promises to become an important component in battling the opioid crisis in Butler County by exploring the patterns of overdose deaths.
Moving out? Lighten your load and help others: Donate to ShareFest
fest-3-unique.jpgLast year ShareFest generated a record 87 tons of donations from Miami students moving out of Oxford.
Nursing is a “people profession” and more men are signing up
nursing-story-banner.jpgTwenty years ago, Mark Ball considered going into nursing but ended up changing his mind because of what he perceived as a gender stereotype. Instead, he got a job driving heavy equipment. “I was good at it, it was good money, but I hated it,” said Ball, 42, of Oxford. “There were no people interactions.” With his kids now teenagers, Ball is back in school, pursuing what he always wanted to do — become a nurse.
MOVE Outdoor Bootcamp May 12: You're invited
move-long-tees-ivy.jpgCatch your last chance this spring for fitness fun at the Lewis Place patio and yard this Saturday, May 12.
Beat stress and embrace your inner artist at the art center
glass-flame-800x400.jpgWhere creativity gets a workout
Undergraduates conduct research projects for better health choices
held-science-professors.jpgLamuel Bean wants to improve the health of communities. Katherine Rodriguez is influenced by her career goal of becoming a neonatologist. And Isabel Held’s tragic loss of a friend motivated her to research the connection between neurology and behaviors.