During J-term, Miami University will offer its first virtual study abroad experience, MiamiConnects Virtual Global Learning. With the COVID-19 pandemic surging across the country, organizers hope the program will provide an immersive experience without the travel.
Judge Dale Crawford, approved a request made by the students’ attorneys to temporarily reinstate the students at Miami for at least 14 days.
On the evening of Nov. 16, Bishop Woods and Upham Hall were lit with the spirit of creativity — and an impressive number of lights and projectors — for a celebration of art and collaboration across a multitude of departments at Miami.
At the beginning of this semester, not many people knew what to expect. Students had come a long way from March — when many thought the coronavirus had simply just created an extended spring break — but then found themselves facing an almost entirely virtual semester.
At the beginning of the semester, during which party protocol was overshadowed by masks and social distancing, there was no clear resource that gave students a framework for establishing a middle ground between risky partying and no partying at all.
As COVID-19 numbers continue to rise across the country and hit new daily highs in Ohio, Miami University students are facing tough decisions when it comes to traveling home.
Due to COVID-19, living on campus has looked a lot different this semester than previous years. First-years entering Miami University this fall did not know what to expect and are still apprehensive about next semester.
As COVID-19 cases in Butler County continue to surge, the City of Oxford is partnering with TriHealth to offer free COVID-19 testing in an effort to help the community.
Miami’s men’s and women’s cross country teams have had a promising start to their shortened season, with both teams finishing in first place at a meet against Ball State on Oct. 30. Both teams will run in the MAC Championship on Nov. 21.
After exchanging hellos with the other cast members and student leaders, the group splits up: sopranos and altos in one breakout room, tenors and basses in another. Sokol puts her mic on mute.
Attention student musicians! Introducing High Street Records, Miami’s first student-led record label, founded by senior Michael Smith. The label, which works to provide students with exposure and publicity, came to life last year, when Smith brought up the concept to his professors and friends in the musical field.
From the countless remaining “Trump-Pence” yard signs, Joe Biden bumper stickers, Trump flags and Biden 2020 masks, the remnants of 2020’s general election are easy to spot. But many names such as Sanders, Warren and Buttigieg are distant memories.
In a critical year for head coach Jack Owens and his players, the Miami men's basketball team will look to build on its momentum from last March, when its season ended abruptly after a first-round win in the MAC tournament. Despite losing star player Nike Sibande, the team brings back experienced talent like senior forward Dalonte Brown and junior guard Isaiah Coleman-Lands. The RedHawks will open the season at home on Nov. 25 at 1pm against North Dakota.
Despite Miami University’s efforts to get students on board with their guidelines for public safety and getting them to care for the community in general, OPD continues to put the very community it’s meant to serve at risk.
In a letter dated Nov. 9, Ryan Barr, the parliamentarian for Miami University’s Associated Student Government (ASG), resigned from his position.
Miami University has reported 2,320 cases of COVID-19 since the start of classes on Aug. 17. This is the second-highest case total among universities in Ohio – about 1,500 behind Ohio State University, which enrolls about 45,000 more students.
The Mid-American Conference (MAC) announced on Sunday that the Ohio University at Miami University football game, originally scheduled to be played Tuesday, has been canceled and will be declared a “no contest.” The RedHawks’ next scheduled game is Nov. 28 at Akron.
Once, not too long ago, a walk uptown could mean running into a professor having coffee or sitting down next to a faculty member at Mac and Joe's. But the appeal of city life and gainful employment for their spouses has pulled faculty away from living in the college town.