Take a look at a photographer's view of the solar eclipse over Miami University
eclipse-slideshow.jpgMiami University photographers captured the solar eclipse over Miami.
Institute for Food accepting new CSA subscribers for Fall 2017
The Institute for Food is now accepting new subscribers for its Fall 2017 CSA, which will run from September 7 through December 14. Over the course of the season, subscribers can expect to begin with a selection of vegetables from the late summer harvest—tomatoes, carrots, green beans, peppers, watermelon. These will be followed by a fall harvest
Miami Wire, now every Tuesday: Miami Matters every Friday
A new publishing schedule for Miami Wire begins Tuesday, Aug. 29, when Miami University's e-newsletter for news continues its summer schedule by publishing every Tuesday through the fall semester.
New diversity and inclusion website to serve as virtual hub: One Miami: Many Voices
A new diversity and inclusion website showcases Miami University community members working together to create an inclusive culture.
Fall 2017 parking changes for employees and admission guests
Miami University's parking and transportation services is making several changes in fall 2017 to better allocate the parking spaces near Shriver Center.
Allergen-friendly areas and new dining options in fall 2017
Miami University’s dining services announces changes for fall 2017 that include new concepts, menu improvements and an allergen-friendly environment.
Spring Street at Maple Street to reopen
The raised table at the intersection of Spring and Maple streets has been completed and east-west traffic will resume Thursday morning, Aug. 10.
Preserving history and expanding usability, part of residence hall renovations
clawson-light-little.jpgPreserving history while expanding usability and accessibility is the goal of Miami University’s renovation projects. Opening for fall 2017 move-in are Clawson and Hamilton residence halls.
The H.O.M.E. office has a new home
home-office-1.jpgMiami University's office of housing options, meals & events (H.O.M.E.) has moved into a new space in the Campus Avenue Building (CAB).