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‘The most terrific school’
From Toasted Rolls to a Hall of Fame ceremony, Chub ’48 and Marty Russell ’48 share 70 years of Red and White memories
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As another Valentine’s Day approaches, Miami University celebrates a unique tradition that is still going strong. Miami Mergers account for nearly 14 percent of all alumni.
Love (& Honor) is in the air at Miami! Take a look at our Be Mine Miami tumblr with all new pictures, stories, videos and more.
There are times in love and life when chance encounters become more than simple coincidences.
When Lyndsey Ruhe McMillan ’07 introduced two of her closest friends, she had no idea she would one day be marrying them.
For a university that’s said to have one of the largest percentages of married alumni, Valentine’s Day is a special day at Miami.
The Upham Arch holds a special place in many Miami Mergers’ hearts—but not all...
Cincinnati Miami Mergers united together on February 14, 2015 for a party to celebrate Valentine’s day at Stir, located in Olde Montgomery.
Until the fall of 1999, nearly 1,000 miles separated Jeff M.S. ’00, Ed.S. ’02 and Gloria Oliver Carpenter M.A. ’02, Ph.D. ’05.
Florida couple ranks among Miami’s “most experienced” Mergers
A first impression, when done right, can leave a powerful and enduring impact.
One of Miami's oldest traditions is kissing your loved one under the Upham Arch at midnight. Miami Mergers tell their stories in this video.
Miami University gathered more than 1,000 couples for event
Guinness World Records announced today that Miami University officially broke the world record for the most couples renewing their wedding vows. The event took place during Alumni Weekend on June 20, 2009.