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Though Ohioans aged 50 and older became eligible for vaccination, many still waited in line for hours in hopes of getting leftovers.

Miami community anticipates vaccination as Ohio increases eligibility

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. 


COVID-19 influenced Miami students to take a gap year

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.

Design Editor Owen Berg

COVID campuses: how different schools respond to the pandemic

  While the decision to send all Ohio students home last spring was made by Gov. Mike DeWine, it was up to individual colleges on how they wanted to proceed in the 2020-2021 school year. How do Miami University’s COVID policies and case numbers match up against other schools in Ohio, like Bowling Green State University (BGSU) and the University of Cincinnati (UC)?


Please leave COVID out of this, Hollywood

During a time when nearly one in five Americans and three in 10 Black or Hispanic Americans report knowing a close friend or relative that has died from COVID-19, it’s safe to say there’s been some trauma acquired over the course of the pandemic.  

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