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Post grad in a pandemic: Students struggle to find a future after college

(01/28/21 3:00pm)

For most university students, the start of the spring semester signals the beginning of classes and a fresh start both academically and mentally. However, for many college seniors, it puts the end of the school year into an all-too-clear focus. The question of employment and education after college becomes more pressing every day. 






Tell the World: Freedom is a Constant Struggle event celebrates Miami’s diversity, solidarity

(10/06/20 10:00am)

Miami University’s response to the Black Lives Matter (BLM) protests and the enduring pattern of racism and police brutality in the United States has been mixed at best and, some say, deeply hypocritical at worst. However, the College of Creative Arts is taking measures to stand in solidarity with movements such as Black Lives Matter through music and education.


In person, from people: thoughts on the return to in-person learning

(10/02/20 6:00pm)

The verdant grounds and broad walkways of Miami are no longer desolate when the clock reads 11:40 a.m. or 1:15 p.m. However, the ever-present issue of COVID-19 and the fact that some students opted to stay remote for the semester have led to some interesting changes in how professors are conducting classes this fall.