Miami University

Ohio University is ranked 16th in this year's annual list of party schools compiled and published by The Princeton Review magazine.

A study conducted for the state by Miami University shows the increase in Ohio's senior population is outpacing overall population growth.

The U.S. Department of Justice wants to join a visually-challenged Miami University student's federal lawsuit accusing the school of using technology that is a barrier to her education. 

Dayton Daily News

Miami University police have identified those involved in Sunday's murder-suicide on campus.

The Princeton Review's annual list of party colleges ranks Miami University eleventh and Ohio University 13th.

Celebration Of "Freedom Summer" Anniversary This Week At Miami University

Jun 18, 2014

The college campus where hundreds of civil rights activists gathered in June 1964 to prepare for registering blacks to vote in racially segregated Mississippi is commemorating the 50th anniversary of that "Freedom Summer."

Butler County Sheriff's deputies say speed and alcohol were factors in the single-vehicle crash that killed the driver and a Cincinnati football player last month.

The Ohio Court of Claims has ruled Miami University is not liable for injuries to a Connecticut woman hit in the head by a stray hockey puck during pre-game warm-ups last November.

Two universities in Ohio are again ranked among the nation's top party schools .

Artifacts Stolen From Miami University Classroom

Jul 2, 2013

Miami University police are searching for those responsible for stealing 10 thousand dollars worth of historic artifacts from a classroom.

The Phi Kappa Tau fraternity has dropped its 10-million dollar lawsuit against Miami University that was filed last week after the school suspended 37 members.

The "Princeton Review" ranks Ohio University third on its list of "top party schools" for 2012.

Ryan Stumps In Oxford

Aug 16, 2012

Republican Vice Presidential candidate Paul Ryan attacked President Obama last night over Medicare during a speech at Miami University in Oxford on the same day the president defended his plans for the program.