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"Sexual assaults devastate students’ lives despite implemented training and reporting systems. My suspicion of Miami’s effort to end rape culture at the university grew to anger throughout my time at Miami. Every sexual assault report email added gas to the fire inside my chest. My eyes burned every time I heard a friend share their story..."

Butler County announced it has recorded its first case of monkeypox just hours after Miami warns students of the risk associated with the disease.

Miami warns students of monkeypox virus

Miami University’s Division of Student Life sent out an email to student warning them of the rising risk of the monkeypox virus. Just hours later, the first case of monkeypox was discovered in Butler County.


Miami administrators join forces to help struggling students

Student burnout is at an all-time high. Mixed-format classes have made it harder for students to learn material. Soaring mental health issues and poor outlooks for the future are hampering motivation and work ethic. With this in mind, Miami University has developed new methods to protect students’ GPAs and ensure academic success.

Students presented their research over Zoom in the virtual Undergraduate Research Forum.

Miami’s research forum draws audience of over 400 people

Goode was one of nearly 400 people who attended Miami University’s virtual 2022 Undergraduate Research Forum on Wednesday, April 20. The event was held over 21 Zoom sessions and coincided with the Council on Undergraduate Research’s Undergraduate Research Week.

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