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The Steep Canyon Rangers push and pull the boundaries of bluegrass music. Their most recent release, Out in the Open, is the band’s sixth album to earn the...

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Need a Valentine’s Day gift for someone special? The Library TEC Lab can help. Join us in the library makerspace to try your hand at woodburning or laser...

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Enjoy traditional soul cuisine and entertainment, featuring a blend of music: R&B, Blues, Rock, Jazz and Hip Hop. Free event! Hosted by Diversity &...

Welcome Back! Spring 2020

ROSA, RA@M, DHL, and ROC&ROL are excited to welcome you back to campus. RA@M will be handing out free donuts and ROC&ROL will be printing out schedules....

Reach for the Star with Regional Involvement! (Get Involved Fair)

Reach for the stars with Regional Involvement at the Get Involved Fair! All student organizations are encouraged to participate and represent their student...

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Dr. Tammie L. Gerke, associate teaching professor in Geology at Miami University, will share the geology and other interesting information about each...

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Come out and have fun with RA@M on the third Thursday of every month on the Middletown Campus! Enjoy food, music, and more! Hosted by: Center for Social...

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Meet current students and faculty, learn about our services and student life, explore our degree programs and enjoy a tour of campus! We will also help you...

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The older we get, the more we find ourselves buried in collected items and sentimental belongings. Whether you are downsizing or planning for a simpler...

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Visiting Assistant Professor of Theater, Christiana Harkulich will present her findings on 20th century Native American activist and Anna Mae Aquash. This...