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In the midst of confusion surrounding the coronavirus, uncertainty remains in regards to when Miami staffers will be able to get vaccinated.

Ohio COVID vaccination program leaves some healthcare workers behind

  One thing has stayed consistent during the U.S. rollout of COVID-19 vaccines: inconsistency. While some universities are already beginning to vaccinate their faculty, others, like Miami University, haven't received a single dose. And while the former U.S. president praised the rollout of the vaccines, the new one's administration is describing the situation as "worse than we imagined."


Nikki Giovanni and Miami students discuss anti-racist activism

In honor of Black History Month, “A Conversation with Nikki Giovanni: Anti-Racism Activism Then and Now” gave Miami alumni and present students the opportunity to converse with celebrated poet and professor Nikki Giovanni on the faces of Civil Rights era and today’s activism on Monday, Jan. 18.

Oxford's lights are one of the holiday traditions we will be able to count on this season,

Uptown transformed by dazzling lights

Behind the Oxford Community Arts Center (OCAC), there’s a transformation waiting to take place. As soon as the sun sets, what was once a quiet garden becomes illuminated with winter lights and local artwork.


The Gathering at the Poet’s Shack

On the evening of Nov. 16, Bishop Woods and Upham Hall were lit with the spirit of creativity — and an impressive number of lights and projectors — for a celebration of art and collaboration across a multitude of departments at Miami.

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