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To promote gender inclusion, the Choraliers are changing their dress code from dresses to any formal wear.
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Miami choirs take steps to promote gender inclusivity

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.


President Greg Crawford gave his annual State of the University address on Sept. 30 to give updates on topics spanning from COVID-19 to Sam Bachman being drafted by the Los Angeles Angels.
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Crawford delivers State of the University address

At his annual State of the University address, Miami University President Greg Crawford revealed that 82% of students have submitted proof of vaccination, international student enrollment is down 35% from last year and welcomed Christina Alcalde as the new vice president of institutional diversity and inclusion.


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Sexual assault: A continuing issue on campus

A Sept. 24 safety bulletin reporting a fondling incident marks the first of the semester related to sexual assault; a noticeable change from previous semesters when, at times, multiple sexual assault bulletins were sent out each week. 


The Asian American Association brought back its Asian Cultural Festival for the first time since 2019.
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The Asian Cultural Festival returns Uptown

Miami University’s Asian American Association (AAA) held its annual Asian Cultural Festival on Friday, Oct. 1. A night filled with dancing, food and photo booths, the event aimed to educate the community on different Asian countries and their cultures.  


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Want to do well in school? Your body needs fuel

Microwave ramen, midnight delivery pizza and dorm room cereal often come to mind when picturing a college student’s diet. Not all students eat like this, but some say it can be difficult to maintain a healthy diet while grappling with college life.


Miami's ASG and DAC jointly hosted the third annual Inclusion Forum, which featured presentations from a number of student organizations and a panel moderated by The Miami Student.
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Inclusion Forum 2021: A call to action

Miami University’s Associated Student Government (ASG) and Diversity Affairs Council (DAC) held their third annual Inclusion Forum on Wednesday, Sept. 29, themed “The Call for Advocacy, Activism and Allyship.”


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