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Of the nine different vocal performance groups registered for undergraduate students at Miami University, four define themselves as specific to one gender or vocal type. But members of those groups have begun to advocate for change within their organizations.
If there is a skater culture at Miami, sophomore computer science major Erik Johnson doesn’t consider himself a part of it. Sure, he rides his electric skateboard to class everyday, but that doesn’t make him a “skater.”
Editor's note: This story has been updated to include clarifying information from public health program director and Contact Tracing Team member Kendall Leser.
Miami in 2013 looked a lot different than it does now; you’d see a lot more chevron, and hear a lot more of Lorde’s “Royals.” Not to pull comparisons, but seriously, Oxford – you’re lacking hard.
It’s late August in Oxford, which can only mean one thing: students are back in town, and they’re here to have a good time.
Miami University will require face coverings indoors for the fall semester regardless of vaccination status. Students have expressed both opposition to and support for the decision.
Miami University Provost Jason Osborne announced that Amy Bergerson will serve as the university’s first associate provost and dean for Undergraduate Education.
Miami University alumni Laverne ‘Bernie’ Merritt-Gordon and Beau Grosscup recently published the biography “Tell Them What You Want.” The book depicts Meritt-Gordon’s coming-of-age story in Oxford from the 1950s to the 1980s.
As spring comes into full bloom, plants and flowers around Oxford have exploded into color. For students with allergies, it’s a nightmare. For everyone else, it’s a welcome reprieve from the harrowing ordeal that is an Ohio winter.
Miami University dining officials confirmed that Bell Tower Commons will be reopening for the fall semester.
Scheduling for the fall semester opened to some students on Wednesday, April 7, and professors and students alike have begun planning for the switch to mostly in-person classes.
Seven women received recognition at Miami University’s Women of Excellence Virtual Celebration on Wednesday, March 31 for their leadership and dedication to the Miami community. The recipients, including three faculty members and four undergraduate students, were nominated for recognition by their classmates and colleagues.
It was 8 a.m. on March 19, when junior computer science and games and simulation double major J Scherrer and his friends called the Darke County General Health District, almost an hour away, hoping to schedule a COVID-19 vaccination from one of the county's leftover doses.
Miami University sent out its final admission decisions on March 15, and the class of 2025 has begun to fill up as students accept their offers of admission. Due to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, for many, their arrival to campus this fall will be the first time they set foot in Oxford.
When first-year Taylor Shockley found herself trapped at home for the foreseeable future, she, like many Miami University students, quickly began to fall back on projects that might have otherwise been put on the back burner.
When I woke up to a phone call at 8:00 a.m. on a Friday, the one day of the week I have no morning classes, I was a little pissed. If anyone had something they needed to tell me, it could wait until at least 10:00 a.m.
As professors and students alike prepared for classes to begin on Jan. 25, courses across Miami University continued to change their format only days before the start of the spring semester.
For many college students across the country, COVID-19 has meant a drastic decline in mental health. The uncertainty of the future, coupled with restrictions on social gatherings, have left many students feeling more isolated than ever.
As the final stretch of the 2020 election season comes to a close, Democratic and Republican students alike are facing the same question: Who will be president after Nov. 3?
As COVID-19 cases spiked once again among Miami University students last week, fingers are being pointed at who is and isn’t following the rules.