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On this episode of Behind the Brick (BTB), host Skyler Perry sits down with Isabelle Aerni to discuss some of her current passions like hockey and dog training. The Miami University junior also shares details about her major and how she has learned to handle its lack of women.
On this episode of Behind the Brick (BTB), host Skyler Perry sat down with the marketing coordinator for the Farmer School of Business at Miami University, Jay Murdock. Learn more about Murdock as he discusses his love for photography, his career in journalism, and his passion for storm chasing.
On this episode of Behind the Brick (BTB), host Skyler Perry sits down with Michael Molchan to talk about how he decided to come to Miami, learn about his Juvenile Macular Degeneration diagnosis, and discuss his feelings about the future.
On this episode of Behind the Brick (BTB), host Skyler Perry sits down with the co-owner of Oxford’s Bagel and Deli Shop, Gary Franks. Franks has been a co-owner of the shop for 25 years, but there is more to him than just the bagel.
Behind the Brick (BTB) is back with a new angle and a new host, sophomore journalism and professional writing major, Skyler Perry. In this episode Skyler talks about her hopes for the podcast and how going forward, it will feature profiles of Oxford and Miami University community members.
In addition to requiring both on- and off-campus students to be tested for COVID-19 before they attend in-person class, Miami University has made several other changes to its virus testing protocols.
Despite the many changes Miami University students and professors have made inside the classroom because of COVID-19, group work has remained. Both students and faculty have faced hurdles when it comes to working collaboratively, but there may be benefits as well.
Miami University will not charge employees for parking permits for this academic year, according to the university’s news website.
"A mini break from coronavirus" is the 21st episode of The Miami Student's news podcast, This Week @ TMS.
Since the return of many off-campus students in August, cases of COVID-19 have been growing. As on-campus students begin returning to campus, there are concerns over members of the Miami community properly following guidelines.
Students who were accepted into Miami University’s Scholar Leader Community are being forced to withdraw their acceptance unless they commit to living in the program’s designated dorms come September, according to the director of the Harry T. Wilks Center for Leadership and Service, Eric Buller, and several students involved in the program.
Miami University became a cashless campus this summer in an attempt to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
With the return of upperclassmen students to Oxford in mid-August and first- and second-year students coming to campus in September, Miami University facilities are implementing extra safety precautions to protect the community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here is how the pandemic is impacting Miami’s campus hotspots:
Students can now sign up for a scheduled move-out time to retrieve items left in their dorms. The Campus Services Center and the Office of Residence Life made this announcement via email last week that students could return to campus to gather their belongings as early as March 12.
The Interfaith Center of Oxford is holding free Mindful Moment Sessions via Zoom every Friday from 11:45 a.m to 12:00 p.m.
Hands-on learning plays a large role in many laboratory courses across campus. Since Miami University announced it would no longer be holding face-to-face classes, lab students and faculty have been adjusting to losing that experience.
With face-to-face instruction suspended for the rest of the semester due to concerns surrounding the novel coronavirus, the majority of Miami University students are no longer living in their residence halls.
Miami University’s Department of Chemistry contributed 125,000 masks and 750 pairs of safety goggles to be donated to the Cincinnati Children's Hospital and Butler County Health Commission as cases of the novel coronavirus continue to grow in Southwest Ohio.
“Bad Romance” by Lady Gaga, “A Spoonful of Sugar” from Mary Poppins and “Here Comes the Sun” by The Beatles: these are the kinds of tunes Miami University students listen to as they travel around campus.
If you have a bunch of old books just sitting around in your room, International English Honor Society Sigma Tau Delta has a solution.