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“We’re just scared that he’s going to get out and come back”: Female Miami students fearful in wake of several crimes

(04/29/21 5:10pm)

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.

Kosher meals incorrect for Jewish students celebrating Passover

(04/14/21 12:00pm)

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. 

‘You can only connect with someone so much over Zoom’: what an entirely virtual college life looks like

(02/26/21 3:00pm)

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. 

Western Program continues with community, service learning focus amid pandemic

(11/24/20 10:00am)

The Western Program’s individualized studies major is normally a hands-on, extra-interactive and personal experience. In a time of hands-off and less interpersonal interactions, the program has had to change gears to continue providing their well-known community-driven experience.