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Despite Collin's Law requiring universities to implement hazing education in rush processes, Miami will not be changing anything about its Greek Life education.

Miami University to maintain Greek Life modules

Following the passing of Collin’s Law this summer, Ohio colleges and universities are now required to implement hazing education as well as prevent issues that allow hazing to continue. But Miami University has had a self-led Greek course since 2018, and at this time won’t be changing its requirements for Greek-affiliated students.

Anna Lindstrom is a college student by day and a full-time nanny on the weekends.

Childcare in a college town

In a small college town like Oxford, many parents in need of childcare find their options are limited to Miami University students and childcare centers.

After Miami announced the mandate on COVID-19 vaccines for all students, Brick Street Bar and Grill held a vaccine clinic on Sept. 7 to aid students in meeting their deadline for their first dose by Oct. 25.

Brick Street hosts vaccination clinic

Brick Street Bar and Grill’s dance floor served a new purpose Tuesday, Sept. 7 as the bar partnered with McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital to provide Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccinations to the public. 

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