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Despite Collin's Law requiring universities to implement hazing education in rush processes, Miami will not be changing anything about its Greek Life education.

Miami University to maintain Greek Life modules

Following the passing of Collin’s Law this summer, Ohio colleges and universities are now required to implement hazing education as well as prevent issues that allow hazing to continue. But Miami University has had a self-led Greek course since 2018, and at this time won’t be changing its requirements for Greek-affiliated students.


World language courses tackle shift to in-person

Online courses during the pandemic have caused problems for students in all majors. But for students in world language courses where there is a dependence on speech and enunciation during instruction, online learning was not ideal. 


A deep dive into the success of the class of 2025

When first-year education major Michael Sanchez heard Miami University’s class of 2025 had been named “the largest, most academically accomplished incoming class in history,” he was surprised.  “I’m a bit intimidated,” Sanchez said. “In front of other people, I don’t think I would hold up to that standard, but hopefully I do.”

Unlike last year, this year's Welcome Weekend and First 50 Days events will be in-person.

Welcome Events to be in person

In contrast to last year’s schedule of online-only welcome events, this fall, first-year, transfer and second-year Miami University students will all have the opportunity to attend in-person welcome events.

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