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Students returning to Miami University this year anticipated their favorite dining locations to reopen after being closed last year, but staffing shortages across the campus have started the semester off with long lines, frustrating wait times and closures.
In March 2020, Miami University’s archives launched “Documenting the COVID-19 Pandemic,” a collection focused on life during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Ohio Department of Higher Education (ODHE) awarded Miami University more than $600,000 to support minority students pursuing a major or minor in a science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) related field.
The sun is shining, the weather is warming up and Miami University student organizations are slowly beginning to meet in-person.
Grace Yoo took her first sewing class last year right as the pandemic hit. Taking the class online wasn’t easy, but inspiration struck when she was suddenly confined to her home.
Miami University’s Student Disability Services (SDS) is implementing a new program for students with learning disabilities and neurological disorders, called Fusion, at the regional campuses beginning fall 2021.
Kiae Marshall and Jada Edmonson, both junior middle childhood education majors, had never met before they had a class together last semester, but they soon discovered they had a lot in common. They bonded over their major, age, curly hair and identities.
Autism Speaks, the foremost autism related organization in the United States, has faced its fair share of controversy over the last decade. While the organization has made strides to improve its reputation, many members of the autistic community argue that Autism Speaks doesn't speak for them.
Due to necessary COVID-19 precautions, Miami closed many facilities for the fall and spring semesters. Among these closures was Café Lux, the European-style café located in Armstrong Student Center. While Café Lux will remain closed the rest of this semester, students can look forward to its reopening and updated menu next fall.
After a three-hour Zoom call, first-year Abigail Van Drunen was starving, but all the dining halls were closed. With the cold winter snow falling, she didn’t want to go uptown, so her roommate, Peyton Kirkland, made her waffles.