In an email sent to the Miami University community on Monday, April 5, Miami announced the distribution of 3,500 Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines to students starting April 10.
For Miami University photographers Jeffrey Sabo and Scott Kissell, typically their job is to document Miami’s year-to-year history. But this past year, the abnormally empty spaces that filled their pictures emulated the experience of living through a once-in-a-lifetime event.
This year, Miami was named a top-producer for Fulbright, a program that sends its grant recipients to study and work abroad in foreign countries. Miami currently touts five alumni, all ETAs, abroad on Fulbright grants for the 2020-2021 academic year.
President Joe Biden’s latest stimulus package did not include forgiveness for student loans, but it did include legislation that could open doors for student loan forgiveness in the future.
The Miami University Recreational Sports Center (rec center) and its fitness centers have remained open the entire 2020-2021 school year, but the CDC recently announced some COVID-19 outbreaks can be traced back to public gyms.
Students living on campus at Miami University received an email on March 16 from the Office of Residence Life warning them that they will lose access to their residence hall and meal plan if they fail to comply with the school’s COVID testing policy.
Uptown has recently seen the return of a banner reading ‘Love not Hate’ in response to recent violence against Asian and Asian American communities.
While students have used various methods to get themselves vaccinated, a vaccination plan at the university level has yet to be seen besides a scheduled clinic for selected students, faculty and staff.
Miami University sent out its final admission decisions on March 15, and the class of 2025 has begun to fill up as students accept their offers of admission. Due to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, for many, their arrival to campus this fall will be the first time they set foot in Oxford.
"COVID-19 Vaccinations: A Rundown" is the 24th episode of The Miami Student's news podcast, This Week @ TMS. This week, Sarah Grace Hays and Maggie Pena sit down with assistant editor for The Miami Student magazine, Jake Ruffer for a brief rundown of COVID-19 vaccinations in Ohio.
Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, many Miami University students still plan to celebrate Green Beer Day (GBD).
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.