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ASG’s secretary for off-campus affairs resigns

 In an Oct. 25 letter addressed to the executive cabinet of Miami University’s Associated Student Government (ASG), Megan Hess, ASG’s secretary for off-campus affairs, resigned from her position. Hess’ resignation will be effective Nov. 10, provided someone is elected to replace her. 


With 40% less students on campus, dining halls are struggling with staffing.
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Dining halls face employee shortages

Miami University students are constantly rushing between classes, clubs, jobs, social events, sleeping and eating. Lunch or dinner for students often means sprinting to their dining hall of choice and grabbing a quick meal between Zoom calls. 


Provost Jason Osborne says faculty don't have to wear masks while teaching, and students have mixed opinions.
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Letting the mask of responsibility slip

Despite City Council's face covering ordinance and Miami University President Greg Crawford's presidential request, Oxford businesses are still reporting problems with customers not covering their faces indoors.  


After the annoucement of its indefinite closure, students have organized a petition to re-open the dining hall.
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Bell Tower Commons closed indefinitely

Bell Tower Commons is closed for at least the rest of the fall semester, barring a new spike in remain-in-room students (RIR). According to an email sent to the employees that work at Bell, due to the decrease in Level 4 dorm floors, the dining hall was no longer drawing enough students to remain open.  


Tre King (left) and Keresa Murray (right) are this year's Love and Honor Cup recipients.
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A royal duo 50 years in the making

Seniors Keresa Murray and Tre King were elected this year’s Love and Honor Cup winners, making history as Miami University’s first ever Black duo to win the award — exactly 50 years after Miami’s first Black homecoming queen was crowned.