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Miami University’s union vote goes live

On April 18, the vote for Miami University’s collective bargaining unit to be recognized by the State Employment Relations Board (SERB) began. Tenure, tenure-track and teaching, clinical professors and lecturers are eligible to vote on the proposed union, as determined in a decision by SERB in March. Eligible voters will be sent a mail-in ballot to their home address.

Catelyn Collins studies for the LSAT in her dorm room.

Preparing for the next chapter: Balancing coursework with standardized test prep

For students with goals of attending graduate or professional school, it is often difficult to balance coursework with test preparation, as free time is consumed by studying for standardized tests, such as the LSAT, MCAT and GRE. Preparation for these tests typically begins months before they’re taken, and students are often encouraged to designate anywhere from ten to 20 hours a week studying the material.

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