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Therapy Dog Day at Finals
The 2021 finals week event, Therapy Dog Day at Finals, will be held in the Shriver Center Dolibois Rooms A and B on Monday, December 6, from 1 to 4 p.m.
Student Leadership Positions Recruiting
As fall semester nears a close, another season is just beginning: leadership recruitment season. It’s the time of year when many of Miami University’s most well-known and high-impact positions are open to applications.
Miami Honored with 8 GLACUHO Awards
Miami University's office of residence life (ORL) sent a large delegation of professional staff to the great lakes association of college and university housing officers (GLACUHO) conference in late October. During the conference, Miami professionals received several awards and recognitions.
Miami educates; raises awareness during Suicide Prevention Week
Student Counseling Service (SCS) and the Suicide Prevention Team hosted Miami University’s annual Suicide Prevention Week from October 11-17.
One Thousand Bees in Hahne Hall
On September 14, 2021, there was a buzz of excitement in Hahne Hall’s recreation area on north quad.
Open door clothes closet aims to serve transgender and gender diverse students
Transgender and gender diverse individuals can face unique challenges and barriers when shopping for clothes. Miami University’s new gender-inclusive clothing space, located in the Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion (CSDI), aims to eliminate these barriers for students.
Love & Honor Story Project Honors Kaila Fennell
Kaila Fennell is the September recipient of the Love & Honor Story Project recipient. Fennell is a senior Biochemistry major who is deeply invested in the Miami community.
Your Shot to Win in-state tuition prize goes to Miami senior
Miami University senior Wilson Maier was in class when he opened the email. Then he almost fell out of his chair as he realized he had just been awarded a semester of in-state tuition for uploading his vaccine records. 
Family of Miami student who suffered a stroke credits doctors and quick actions of housemates for speedy recovery
Will Olson, right foreground, sits on the porch of his South Campus Avenue house with his housemates.Miami University junior Will Olson suffered a stroke the night of Tuesday, Sept. 7, while relaxing with friends at their South Campus Avenue house. Thanks to his housemates’ quick actions, Olson was back at school less than a week later with no sign of mental or physical deficit.