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In an email to the Miami University community on Oct. 21, the Miami COVID Response Team announced that beginning Oct. 21, provisional holds on student accounts will appear if the required COVID-19 vaccine documentation or filed exemption is not uploaded to MedProctor.
In Room 002 in Upham Hall, you wouldn’t normally expect to find some of Miami University’s biggest sustainability projects and project leaders.
Miami University received 10,000 additional at-home COVID-19 antigen testing kits as of Sept. 8 as tests have been in-demand the first three weeks of classes.
Miami University announced yesterday that all students, faculty and staff are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Nov. 22, in an email from President Greg Crawford. The announcement was met with a variety of reactions.
On Sunday at 11 a.m., up to 400 tables will be lining the sidewalks from Upham Hall to King Library, filling the spaces through Academic Quad, around the Seal and down Irvin Drive as student leaders set up camp for the fall Mega Fair.
In contrast to last year’s schedule of online-only welcome events, this fall, first-year, transfer and second-year Miami University students will all have the opportunity to attend in-person welcome events.
Miami University’s COVID-19 restrictions and guidelines are still a work in progress as thousands of students move back into residence halls, apartments and houses this fall.
As students prepare to move back to Oxford and begin a new school year still impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, The Miami Student has compiled a Q & A to provide the Miami community with information about what to expect during the fall 2021 semester.
Miami University’s Climate Action Task Force has gotten to work, launching several initiatives that begin the progress of reducing greenhouse gas emissions and achieving carbon neutrality.
More than a week after rumors of a male stalker following women home on campus began circulating through group chats and on social media, two reported incidents have validated the recent increase in safety concerns among female students.
After two and a half semesters of college via computer screen, some students are feeling the weight of the last year in the final stretch of this spring semester.
The Business Student Advisory Council hosted the 2021 annual Farmer Week, celebrating the Farmer School of Business (FSB) from April 5-8. This year, the event focused on community, identity, relationships and mental wellness.
From March 24 to April 4, Miami University’s dining services provided kosher meals for Passover at select locations for Jewish students observing the holiday. Due to a mistake from the vendor that provided the meals, Miami’s Commons locations (dining halls) were not able to serve kosher for Passover meals.
In an email sent to the Miami University community on Monday, April 5, Miami announced the distribution of 3,500 Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines to students starting April 10.
For Miami University photographers Jeffrey Sabo and Scott Kissell, typically their job is to document Miami’s year-to-year history. But this past year, the abnormally empty spaces that filled their pictures emulated the experience of living through a once-in-a-lifetime event.
During a time when nearly one in five Americans and three in 10 Black or Hispanic Americans report knowing a close friend or relative that has died from COVID-19, it’s safe to say there’s been some trauma acquired over the course of the pandemic.
On March 13, 2020, exactly a year ago this past Saturday, Miami University President Greg Crawford sent an email to the student body notifying them that classes would be delivered remotely for the remainder of the spring 2020 semester.
Only about 7.5% of the U.S. population has been fully vaccinated as of March 1, according to NPR’s COVID-19 Vaccine Tracker. Under the CDC’s three-phase distribution plan, college students are not scheduled to get their doses until phase three. Ohio has not released estimated dates for phase three of distribution.
Imagine every aspect of your college experience thus far taking place within a screen. For upperclassmen, this is an especially hard concept to think about, but for some first-year students, like Cameron Tiefenthaler, that is reality.
Gov. Mike DeWine announced Thursday, Feb. 11 that the mandatory statewide curfew has been lifted.