Miami's hometown, Oxford, top college town in U.S.
The hometown of Miami University's main campus, Oxford, has been named as the nation's Best College Town in a study conducted by WalletHub and cited by Forbes.
Miami shines during season of giving: Service projects help people in need
The Miami University community has been taking part in several service projects to serve those in need during the holiday season.
Miami to award 1,164 diplomas during fall commencement Dec. 16
Miami University will present 1,164 diplomas during its fall commencement ceremony at 3 p.m. Friday, Dec. 16, in Millett Hall. President Gregory Crawford will preside over the ceremony.
Miami University among first institutions awarded full CAEP accreditation
Miami University is among the nation's first education preparation providers (EPP) to receive full accreditation from the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).
Creative study on beetle forewings provides first compelling evidence of centuries-old theory
yoshi-elytra-control-er.jpgWithout using modern technical laboratory methods, researchers in Yoshinori Tomoyasu’s evolutionary developmental biology lab have produced the first quantitative evidence supporting the importance of beetle forewings (elytra).
Tell your story by starting with "Dear World" on Dec. 8
If you had one story to share with the world, what would you say? That is the question posed by Dear World, an interactive, award-winning portrait project that unites people through pictures in their distinct message-on-skin style.
FanQuakes: Miami and OSU geologists collaborate to measure fan celebrations at Ohio stadium on a seismic scale
fanquake-sence-at-5-1.jpgThe FanQuakes project is a collaborative effort among Ohio State University, Miami University, and the Ohio Geological Survey to measure how much Ohio State fans are "Shaking The Shoe" during football games at Ohio Stadium.  
Only 30 percent of Ohioans volunteer, study finds
In any given year, roughly seven out of 10 Ohioans do not engage in any organized volunteer work. This, according to the 2016 Ohio Civic Health Index co-authored by Miami University's John Forren and Theresa Ervin Conover, assistant professors in justice and community studies.
King Library era began with symbolic "book brigade"
Before the new Edgar Weld King Undergraduate Library could open its doors, or even really be called a library for that matter, there was the question of how to move 35,000 books in a single weekend.