President Joe Biden signed an executive order on March 8, ordering the Secretary of Education to review changes made to the Title IX process under the Trump administration. Miami University students and administration await this review in hope for more protection for sexual assault survivors.
Some Miami faculty use testing software when administering exams online, but a student petition alleges Proctorio, the most popular software, is ineffective, problematic and insecure with data. Miami teaching faculty and Proctorio officials weighed in on the controversy.
Oxford City Council approved a resolution during its March 16 meeting to mark a location Uptown to remember Simon Garnet and Henry Corbin, two Black men who were lynched in Oxford in the late 1800s.
Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, many Miami University students still plan to celebrate Green Beer Day (GBD).
Just weeks after a 20-year-old Bowling Green State University (BGSU) student died in an alleged hazing incident, lawmakers are reintroducing a bill that would make hazing a felony in the state of Ohio. If the state law were to change and give harsher penalties to students convicted of hazing, Miami University would follow suit.
Eligible patients can make appointments with Primary Health Solutions (PHS) to be vaccinated at the middle school, but they weren’t the ones waiting out in the fog on Wednesday. People lined up as early as 9:30 a.m. in hopes of receiving leftover doses of the vaccine when the site finished administering to people with appointments.
“It’s finally getting national attention.” This was one of the first thoughts that came to the mind of English and global and intercultural studies professor Yu-Fang Cho in the wake of the tragic shootings that happened in spas around Atlanta on Tuesday, March 16.
With the signing of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, college students are getting their own stimulus checks in the third round of pandemic-related aid. Well, almost.
Three executive members of the College Democrats at Miami University (Dems) have resigned in the wake of events involving a Black Student Action Association (BSAA) member at a Dems meeting on March 10.
Miami University’s Associated Student Government (ASG) approved its second round of student organization funding for the semester at its March 16 meeting.
When first-year Taylor Shockley found herself trapped at home for the foreseeable future, she, like many Miami University students, quickly began to fall back on projects that might have otherwise been put on the back burner.
SilverSneakers is a free program offered through qualifying Medicare Advantage plans for seniors 65 years and older. According to SilverSneakers’ official website, members receive access to online workouts, more than 17,000 gyms and community centers, fitness classes, a fitness app and discounts on health-related items.
For those taking gap years, financial strains leading to experiential learning are often the main cause, the New York Times reported. Many students across the country are struggling to pay tuition and do not want to spend such high amounts for a reduced college experience.
Whether it’s burgers or birthday cakes, the Oxford Dairy Queen is sure to provide all Oxford residents with yet another option for their late night snack, post-exam reward or just an average day’s treat.
Being a student with ADHD poses a number of hurdles, especially in the era of online learning. Female students in particular also face issues centered around diagnoses and ADHD awareness. These female Miamians discuss what it's like to juggle the duties of a college student with the challenges of living with ADHD.