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HUMOR

Eruption Imminent

Just a few miles from our lovely campus, a dangerous landfill continues to grow in both size and in its potential to cause  disaster.




CULTURE

Rational fear: Miami’s sexual assault issue

Still, some first-year women drew the conclusion that the administration could always do more. Women on campus offered suggestions including taking accountability for students’ actions, hammering home the definition of consent in the modules more and punishing perpetrators more harshly.





 The Butler County Board of Elections has averaged 2,000 early voters every day so far as election day approaches.
NEWS

Early voting is under way in Butler County

 It is misting and gray at the Oxford Senior Center. A sign on the front door of the building reads ‘locked because of COVID-19.’ Shanna Cianchetti, the driver of the senior center’s early voting shuttle bus, leads passengers through the parking lot — braving the faint drizzle — to one of the shuttles.  




HUMOR

Greatest Sibling Alive

When it comes to being the Greatest Sibling Ever, Patrick Sullivan takes the award. Not only did he drive his sister home after she had a wild night, he also let her throw up in his car.


OPINION

Don’t mess up when you dress up

None of this information is meant to scare you into being too afraid to experience or celebrate other cultures. But buying a $50 Native American polyester costume off spirithalloween.com is not the way to accomplish that.


HUMOR

Lost and Found

 It has come to the attention of The Miami Student that many students have lost items on Miami’s campus in the past few weeks. We, therefore, take it upon ourselves to publish a list of these items in hopes that someone locates them. 


Miami football players are just like everyone else- they need to wear masks, too.
MEN'S SPORTS

Face masks are necessary sacrifice for Miami football

Every single player and coach for the Miami RedHawks will wear masks on the field this season.  “(Wearing a mask) isn’t fun, but it keeps us safe, and it’s gonna help keep me from getting (COVID) if one of my teammates gets it,” redshirt junior safety Sterling Weatherford said. “And I want to play football, so I’ll do what it takes.” 




NEWS

Miami slow to isolate sick students

 One month after Miami students moved onto campus in September, the process of dealing with COVID-19 remains uncomfortable and unfamiliar, and for many, it hasn’t gotten any easier. 


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